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My Top 5 Home Revivals

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The season leading us into renewal has arrived! Some of us are so happy that we want to sing and twirl and skip!

The following are the top five things I recommend to bring a spring refresh to your home.


1. Spring Clean. It’s time to shake the winter dullness out of the house. When the inspiration hits, take on a project that requires more attention.


2. Refresh Decor. The simple act of adding oyster shells and driftwood speaks hope of summer days to come.


3. Declutter. Fold up the wintertime throw blankets and allow woven seagrass baskets to house them.


4. Check out new recipes to add fresh excitement to mealtime.


5. Enjoy the beauty this season offers with others. Open windows (on days with low pollen count!) and open the door to friends to linger around the table and enjoy one of those new recipes!

A Coastal Gathering

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A Coastal Gathering

Celebrating Life’s Beautiful Moments


The first day of spring brings with it a season of joyful anticipation for summer brides. I’ve hosted a shower in recent years, and I know the desire to create a themed decor that will make the celebrated woman and her guests feel very special.

If you’ve fallen head over heels for the bohemian style, my Summer Soulstice Line is the perfect find for party accents and gifts.


I suggest starting with a Turkish Hand Towel as your oversized napkin for each guest.


Create a tablescape using collected natural elements accented by the Wood Bead Garland, Summer Soulstice Candles, and Live Mini Succulents.


Finish the look with a one-of-a-kind Summer Soulstice Wall Hanging. Let your bride carry it home along with her other gifts and always remember the day she was celebrated by her friends and family.

New Product Sneak Peek!

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Why is it about green, gold and white that make for such a compelling display? Perhaps it’s the hope of summer and the colors that accompany it!

The Summer Soulstice Line is in production and bringing the minimalistic touch to interiors where ease and simplicity are the rule. We suggest hanging the Oyster Modern Wreath on an interior door such as a barn door where she will pop!

Farmhouse Galley Kitchen

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When Jon and I help his customers prepare for the myriad of decisions they will make in designing their custom kitchen, I encourage them to tap into the wealth of inspiration on Pinterest. Someone probably combined the different elements being considered, and that takes the guesswork out of visualizing the end result. I'm pretty sure I saw this kitchen in a pin before we built it.

My recipe for our kitchen is Comfort Gray wall color by Sherwin Williams, white Shaker style cabinetry with brushed nickel drawer pulls, Kitchen Aid stainless steel appliances, Arizona White solid surface, and white subway tile backsplash.

Shop my style:

Elkay Stainless Farm Sink

Moen Align Faucet

World Market Wood & Iron Valencia Chandelier

Pottery Barn Studio Wall Shelf

Dash & Albert Gradation Ticking Woven Cotton Runner


Some Thoughts on Adding Plants to Your Decor

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For some reason, I get the Better Homes & Gardens magazine, and this month's cover highlights adding plants to home décor. All of the potted trees are in woven baskets, and various stands give some of the live decor a prominent place in the display.

I've been housing more potted trees in baskets, and I like the vibe it brings to the home. The look is finished, but still casual if that makes sense! 


“Among plants that make themselves at home indoors, the tropical fiddle-leaf fig makes one of the biggest statements.” -Joanna Gaines


The fiddle-leaf fig tree appears to be a fast grower and I'm looking forward to the day it takes center stage in our family room.