Once I finished this vintage inspired apple picking sign, I knew I would use apples throughout the house as part of my fall décor. At first, I couldn’t decide where I wanted to use the sign. I tried it outside on the porches and then finally decided to try it on the mantel. It’s been there ever since. Here’s how all of the details of the Fall Inspired Mantel came together…
Today I’m collaborating with some of my favorite bloggers for a Fall Blog Hop featuring tabletops and mantels. It’s been so much fun to see all of the creative fall décor around blogland these past few weeks. Welcome to my fall inspired dining room…
Honeycrips apples are my favorite apples on the planet. They have the perfect mix of sweet and tart tanginess. With apple season underway, I’m sharing my recipe for Fall Inspired Honeycrisp Apple Paninis. They’re easy to make and picky eater approved.
Somewhere around Labor Day weekend, I start feeling antsy for fall. I’m tired of the Florida heat, humidity and daily thunderstorms. I’m ready for pumpkin everything, a chill in the air, weekend outings to the pumpkin patch and little touches of a new season scattered around the house.
Does anyone else feel like Easter snuck up on them this year? In the midst of running around to find new inventory, painting multiple pieces of furniture, restocking the booth with fresh finds and taking necessary counsel from my tax advisor, I’ve almost forgotten to prepare for one of the most important seasons of the year.
: I never thought the day I decided to take pictures of my spring inspired porch would be the same day it would turn cold again after a week of 80-degree weather. I also didn’t expect it to be raining for the third day in a row. Truth be told, I almost posted something other than my spring inspired porch. But there is something about the rain washing away the pollen and giving the earth a fresh drink that makes it feel like spring is here to stay no matter what the weather.
It’s sad to say but right before my very eyes in my own flowerbeds were flowers in bloom already that I had overlooked because they weren’t on my “dream garden list.” The tiny white flowers on this Bridal-Wreath Bush became the inspiration for my spring kitchen table.