For some people, the term “flea market” might conjure up some uninspiring images: a guy selling a crate of forgettable movies on VHS, or a shoebox full of Happy Meal toys.
But there are real gems waiting to be unearthed at a fall flea markets. This isn’t a “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” situation. We’re saying that you can find treasures among the things other people are ready to give away.
So we want to use this post to help you scour your local flea market to find primitive decor that can work as unique gifts for friends and family.
Fall is just around the corner. This is the time to celebrate surviving the brutal summer heat and transition into the best time of the year. September through November represents the most enjoyable three months of the calendar for an array of reasons. While many people point to the beautiful foliage as the season’s most endearing characteristic, there is so much more to love about fall. Continue Reading
Summer is fast coming to a close, and for most Americans this means the start of school, longer nights and cooler weather.
If you’re someone who values the warmer months more than the cooler seasons, this can be a bittersweet time of year.
But rather than despairing about the end of summer, celebrate the time you have left!
Here are some ideas you can use when throwing a party to say goodbye to summer. Continue Reading
A few months ago, we talked about décor decisions for parents with “boomerang kids,” or adult children who have moved back home with their parents.
Now, let’s look at what to do in the reverse situation: How to redecorate when your kids move out.
Your son or daughter may have just left for college or have found their first apartment or even their first home.
There are quite a few options for adding a touch of country decor to the room your son or daughter has just vacated. Here are a few suggestions.