Farmhouse Friday: decorating with salvaged doors

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         Headboard from old door
And an old screen door for our pantry.

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I thought today I could show you some of my favorite old door ideas from around the web.

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And what about this photo display?

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I need this bookcase in my life.

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I love this garden arbor made from salvaged doors.

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And as a shower door in this bathroom? I want it!

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I hope you have enjoyed looking at these ideas as much as I have! Now, I’m gonna go cruise Craigslist and find some doors! 

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Some of you know we are in the midst of re-landscaping our front yard/the front of our house. When we moved in three years ago, our front yard looked like this:

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We bought our home from a retired couple who were avid gardeners. We both work full time jobs and are NOT avid gardeners. What existed in these foundation gardens only looked good two months out of the year, when I had the time to make it look like something.

The rest of the year? Not so much.

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We made the decision to tear out everything in favor of something far less demanding, maintenance wise.

Here is what we’re currently rocking. A blank slate.

 

This weekend, we visited a nursery that we’d noticed and driven by many times but had never visited. They were super helpful, and using only some pictures and a description of our yard, they sent us on our way with a bouquet of plants, and even a rough sketch of what they’d recommend for our yard.

We’re thinking of using tea olives,

Cryptomeria,

And dark fire. 

There also (hopefully) will be a new sidewalk and a lamp post.  

Stay tuned!!

 

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Creative Christmas Wrapping Ideas

The Boone family has gone viral. Literally. All three of us has come down with some sort of respiratory virus, which includes a high fever, a bad cough, and a head that feels like it’s stuffed with cotton.

In fact, we were supposed to be headed to a birthday party today and to my grandmother’s house to celebrate my dad and uncle’s birthdays. Instead, we are at home trying to recover. Blessedly, the fevers are gone, but the cotton-head feeling remains.

Since we’re a little puny, the house projects are currently at a stand-still until we are feeling better. That didn’t stop me from planning for Christmas. What better to do when you’re stuck in the house, with no energy and need to rest?

One thing I really want to do differently this year is put a little more creativity into my Christmas gift wrapping. Usually, I just buy whatever wrapping paper looks the best with my tree and go from there. I have found some very cute ideas on Pinterest this year and I can’t wait to try them out 🙂

1. Four Corners Design: Really unique and interesting ideas for wrapping gifts. She actually even uses an old map and some old fabric for a bow!

2. Dishfunctional Designs: She has some great ideas, including using old sheet music, using photographs, floral sprigs and chalkboard paper. Lots of great ideas here!!

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This lady uses vintage buttons and boxwood to decorate her Christmas packages. Plus, her home looks like something out of a magazine. 
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4. Vitamin-Ha: 14 DIY Gift Wrap Ideas 
Lots of goodies here, including DIY tags made from old photos, and a tutorial for making your own polka-dot wrapping paper. 
I can’t wait to show you which idea I come up with- but I can promise, it’s going to be fun! 
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Creative Christmas Wrapping Ideas

The Boone family has gone viral. Literally. All three of us has come down with some sort of respiratory virus, which includes a high fever, a bad cough, and a head that feels like it’s stuffed with cotton.

In fact, we were supposed to be headed to a birthday party today and to my grandmother’s house to celebrate my dad and uncle’s birthdays. Instead, we are at home trying to recover. Blessedly, the fevers are gone, but the cotton-head feeling remains.

Since we’re a little puny, the house projects are currently at a stand-still until we are feeling better. That didn’t stop me from planning for Christmas. What better to do when you’re stuck in the house, with no energy and need to rest?

One thing I really want to do differently this year is put a little more creativity into my Christmas gift wrapping. Usually, I just buy whatever wrapping paper looks the best with my tree and go from there. I have found some very cute ideas on Pinterest this year and I can’t wait to try them out 🙂

1. Four Corners Design: Really unique and interesting ideas for wrapping gifts. She actually even uses an old map and some old fabric for a bow!

2. Dishfunctional Designs: She has some great ideas, including using old sheet music, using photographs, floral sprigs and chalkboard paper. Lots of great ideas here!!

photos instead of gift tags / Disfunctional Design
This lady uses vintage buttons and boxwood to decorate her Christmas packages. Plus, her home looks like something out of a magazine. 
RedandGreenGiftWrap thumb Gift Wrap Ideas: Buttons & Boxwood
4. Vitamin-Ha: 14 DIY Gift Wrap Ideas 
Lots of goodies here, including DIY tags made from old photos, and a tutorial for making your own polka-dot wrapping paper. 
I can’t wait to show you which idea I come up with- but I can promise, it’s going to be fun! 
Continue Reading

Creative Christmas Wrapping Ideas

The Boone family has gone viral. Literally. All three of us has come down with some sort of respiratory virus, which includes a high fever, a bad cough, and a head that feels like it’s stuffed with cotton.

In fact, we were supposed to be headed to a birthday party today and to my grandmother’s house to celebrate my dad and uncle’s birthdays. Instead, we are at home trying to recover. Blessedly, the fevers are gone, but the cotton-head feeling remains.

Since we’re a little puny, the house projects are currently at a stand-still until we are feeling better. That didn’t stop me from planning for Christmas. What better to do when you’re stuck in the house, with no energy and need to rest?

One thing I really want to do differently this year is put a little more creativity into my Christmas gift wrapping. Usually, I just buy whatever wrapping paper looks the best with my tree and go from there. I have found some very cute ideas on Pinterest this year and I can’t wait to try them out 🙂

1. Four Corners Design: Really unique and interesting ideas for wrapping gifts. She actually even uses an old map and some old fabric for a bow!

2. Dishfunctional Designs: She has some great ideas, including using old sheet music, using photographs, floral sprigs and chalkboard paper. Lots of great ideas here!!

photos instead of gift tags / Disfunctional Design
This lady uses vintage buttons and boxwood to decorate her Christmas packages. Plus, her home looks like something out of a magazine. 
RedandGreenGiftWrap thumb Gift Wrap Ideas: Buttons & Boxwood
4. Vitamin-Ha: 14 DIY Gift Wrap Ideas 
Lots of goodies here, including DIY tags made from old photos, and a tutorial for making your own polka-dot wrapping paper. 
I can’t wait to show you which idea I come up with- but I can promise, it’s going to be fun! 
Continue Reading

Creative Christmas Wrapping Ideas

The Boone family has gone viral. Literally. All three of us has come down with some sort of respiratory virus, which includes a high fever, a bad cough, and a head that feels like it’s stuffed with cotton.

In fact, we were supposed to be headed to a birthday party today and to my grandmother’s house to celebrate my dad and uncle’s birthdays. Instead, we are at home trying to recover. Blessedly, the fevers are gone, but the cotton-head feeling remains.

Since we’re a little puny, the house projects are currently at a stand-still until we are feeling better. That didn’t stop me from planning for Christmas. What better to do when you’re stuck in the house, with no energy and need to rest?

One thing I really want to do differently this year is put a little more creativity into my Christmas gift wrapping. Usually, I just buy whatever wrapping paper looks the best with my tree and go from there. I have found some very cute ideas on Pinterest this year and I can’t wait to try them out 🙂

1. Four Corners Design: Really unique and interesting ideas for wrapping gifts. She actually even uses an old map and some old fabric for a bow!

2. Dishfunctional Designs: She has some great ideas, including using old sheet music, using photographs, floral sprigs and chalkboard paper. Lots of great ideas here!!

photos instead of gift tags / Disfunctional Design
This lady uses vintage buttons and boxwood to decorate her Christmas packages. Plus, her home looks like something out of a magazine. 
RedandGreenGiftWrap thumb Gift Wrap Ideas: Buttons & Boxwood
4. Vitamin-Ha: 14 DIY Gift Wrap Ideas 
Lots of goodies here, including DIY tags made from old photos, and a tutorial for making your own polka-dot wrapping paper. 
I can’t wait to show you which idea I come up with- but I can promise, it’s going to be fun! 
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Falling for fall

I really love fall. It’s my absolute favorite time of year. Since school has started back, I’m struggling to fall back into my routine, so I’m embarrassed to admit my normally well-kept home has been a bit neglected. I’m working on  it. So, today on this rainy Saturday, this girl is not only doing some much needed cleaning, but also getting my fall on. I will be posting my home tour very soon.

Most of my fall decor has stemmed from magazine spreads and of course, Pinterest. I’ll share some of my favorite links, since I am still prepping my house.

I love subway art. I have found two very pretty, very versatile fall subway art prints on Pinterest.

I love this one, because it contains all of my favorite things about fall 🙂
I always appreciate a great fall tablescape. 
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I want to do this so bad I can’t stand it! I think you could build that box and then use it for a variety of seasons and holidays! You could do evergreens or poinsettias for Christmas, boxwoods for spring…. I would choose a burlap runner for the table, though. 
Build a long wood box, stain, and add spanish moss, pumpkins, pinecones, candles, etc. This is beautiful
I don’t have a mantle yet, but maybe we will install that gas log fireplace next year, and I can do this:
Orchard Girls: Top 12 Fall Decorating Ideas  definitely will have a fireplace in the house we buy. :)
These fall candle holders are effortless and inexpensive to make. I love them! 
Did these myself...  I absolutely LOVE them!!!  Add rustic beauty to your mantle with twig candle holders. This DIY project is simple and natural, using just a flat candle holder (check thrift stores!), garden pruners, craft adhesive and dry tree or shrub branches of your choosing. The same concept could be used on vases or other decorative items.    you could make sparkly ones too.
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I have some of these lanterns hanging around, left over from our wedding 5 1/2 years ago. I could do this! 
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And, of course, a front porch to die for. My own front porch leaves a lot to be desired right now, so this picture causes me to have some serious envy. 
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I will see you soon for my very own fall home tour! I can’t wait to finish it. 
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Falling for fall

I really love fall. It’s my absolute favorite time of year. Since school has started back, I’m struggling to fall back into my routine, so I’m embarrassed to admit my normally well-kept home has been a bit neglected. I’m working on  it. So, today on this rainy Saturday, this girl is not only doing some much needed cleaning, but also getting my fall on. I will be posting my home tour very soon.

Most of my fall decor has stemmed from magazine spreads and of course, Pinterest. I’ll share some of my favorite links, since I am still prepping my house.

I love subway art. I have found two very pretty, very versatile fall subway art prints on Pinterest.

I love this one, because it contains all of my favorite things about fall 🙂
I always appreciate a great fall tablescape. 
Fun Halloween & Fall Decorating Ideas_04
I want to do this so bad I can’t stand it! I think you could build that box and then use it for a variety of seasons and holidays! You could do evergreens or poinsettias for Christmas, boxwoods for spring…. I would choose a burlap runner for the table, though. 
Build a long wood box, stain, and add spanish moss, pumpkins, pinecones, candles, etc. This is beautiful
I don’t have a mantle yet, but maybe we will install that gas log fireplace next year, and I can do this:
Orchard Girls: Top 12 Fall Decorating Ideas  definitely will have a fireplace in the house we buy. :)
These fall candle holders are effortless and inexpensive to make. I love them! 
Did these myself...  I absolutely LOVE them!!!  Add rustic beauty to your mantle with twig candle holders. This DIY project is simple and natural, using just a flat candle holder (check thrift stores!), garden pruners, craft adhesive and dry tree or shrub branches of your choosing. The same concept could be used on vases or other decorative items.    you could make sparkly ones too.
Fall Centerpeice
I have some of these lanterns hanging around, left over from our wedding 5 1/2 years ago. I could do this! 
homemade halloween decorations and thanksgiving centerpiece ideas
And, of course, a front porch to die for. My own front porch leaves a lot to be desired right now, so this picture causes me to have some serious envy. 
Autumn Decor Ideas #crafts #DIY #fall #autumn #holidays
I will see you soon for my very own fall home tour! I can’t wait to finish it. 
Continue Reading

Falling for fall

I really love fall. It’s my absolute favorite time of year. Since school has started back, I’m struggling to fall back into my routine, so I’m embarrassed to admit my normally well-kept home has been a bit neglected. I’m working on  it. So, today on this rainy Saturday, this girl is not only doing some much needed cleaning, but also getting my fall on. I will be posting my home tour very soon.

Most of my fall decor has stemmed from magazine spreads and of course, Pinterest. I’ll share some of my favorite links, since I am still prepping my house.

I love subway art. I have found two very pretty, very versatile fall subway art prints on Pinterest.

I love this one, because it contains all of my favorite things about fall 🙂
I always appreciate a great fall tablescape. 
Fun Halloween & Fall Decorating Ideas_04
I want to do this so bad I can’t stand it! I think you could build that box and then use it for a variety of seasons and holidays! You could do evergreens or poinsettias for Christmas, boxwoods for spring…. I would choose a burlap runner for the table, though. 
Build a long wood box, stain, and add spanish moss, pumpkins, pinecones, candles, etc. This is beautiful
I don’t have a mantle yet, but maybe we will install that gas log fireplace next year, and I can do this:
Orchard Girls: Top 12 Fall Decorating Ideas  definitely will have a fireplace in the house we buy. :)
These fall candle holders are effortless and inexpensive to make. I love them! 
Did these myself...  I absolutely LOVE them!!!  Add rustic beauty to your mantle with twig candle holders. This DIY project is simple and natural, using just a flat candle holder (check thrift stores!), garden pruners, craft adhesive and dry tree or shrub branches of your choosing. The same concept could be used on vases or other decorative items.    you could make sparkly ones too.
Fall Centerpeice
I have some of these lanterns hanging around, left over from our wedding 5 1/2 years ago. I could do this! 
homemade halloween decorations and thanksgiving centerpiece ideas
And, of course, a front porch to die for. My own front porch leaves a lot to be desired right now, so this picture causes me to have some serious envy. 
Autumn Decor Ideas #crafts #DIY #fall #autumn #holidays
I will see you soon for my very own fall home tour! I can’t wait to finish it. 
Continue Reading

Falling for fall

I really love fall. It’s my absolute favorite time of year. Since school has started back, I’m struggling to fall back into my routine, so I’m embarrassed to admit my normally well-kept home has been a bit neglected. I’m working on  it. So, today on this rainy Saturday, this girl is not only doing some much needed cleaning, but also getting my fall on. I will be posting my home tour very soon.

Most of my fall decor has stemmed from magazine spreads and of course, Pinterest. I’ll share some of my favorite links, since I am still prepping my house.

I love subway art. I have found two very pretty, very versatile fall subway art prints on Pinterest.

I love this one, because it contains all of my favorite things about fall 🙂
I always appreciate a great fall tablescape. 
Fun Halloween & Fall Decorating Ideas_04
I want to do this so bad I can’t stand it! I think you could build that box and then use it for a variety of seasons and holidays! You could do evergreens or poinsettias for Christmas, boxwoods for spring…. I would choose a burlap runner for the table, though. 
Build a long wood box, stain, and add spanish moss, pumpkins, pinecones, candles, etc. This is beautiful
I don’t have a mantle yet, but maybe we will install that gas log fireplace next year, and I can do this:
Orchard Girls: Top 12 Fall Decorating Ideas  definitely will have a fireplace in the house we buy. :)
These fall candle holders are effortless and inexpensive to make. I love them! 
Did these myself...  I absolutely LOVE them!!!  Add rustic beauty to your mantle with twig candle holders. This DIY project is simple and natural, using just a flat candle holder (check thrift stores!), garden pruners, craft adhesive and dry tree or shrub branches of your choosing. The same concept could be used on vases or other decorative items.    you could make sparkly ones too.
Fall Centerpeice
I have some of these lanterns hanging around, left over from our wedding 5 1/2 years ago. I could do this! 
homemade halloween decorations and thanksgiving centerpiece ideas
And, of course, a front porch to die for. My own front porch leaves a lot to be desired right now, so this picture causes me to have some serious envy. 
Autumn Decor Ideas #crafts #DIY #fall #autumn #holidays
I will see you soon for my very own fall home tour! I can’t wait to finish it. 
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