I’m all about making the holidays easier this year, any way that I can. And with Thanksgiving right around the corner, I wanted to share a few super simple DIY ways to upgrade your dinner table for Thanksgiving. Easy textile ideas, effortless place settings, and a simple centerpiece that guests will love.
So, if you’re hosting this year’s big turkey dinner, be sure to click through for my easy tips to make your table look extra special without spending a ton of time.
Is there anything that looks prettier for breakfast than a chia seed parfait? I mean…these smoothie bowls are pretty high on the list, but I don’t know…the chia seed might be winning out this round. What do you think?
Pretty or not, chia seed parfaits are one of my faves because they’re filling and delicious. AND it’s one of those things that you can eat over and over again and just switch out the fruits for a totally different taste. V into it. What about you? Click through for the recipe.
Hayes’ room has been one of those things that took a long time to come together. I started working on it months ago, but went back and forth on what I wanted his room to look like about 100 times. Total decision paralysis…Should I go with something neutral and calming that fit my personal style (and Jeff’s), something more colorful and quirky, or something in between?
It felt overwhelming for the longest time. But somewhere along the way, I think I figured it out and ended up with a hybrid that I really love. And hopefully, Hayes will love it too! So today I’m sharing our organic modern nursery reveal, in partnership with the awesome folks at Blinds.com. Click through for all the photos…including all the befores!
The landing area at the base of our staircase has become a catch-all for purses, jackets, hats, etc over the last few months. And in an effort to organize the clutter a little bit, Jeff and I made this DIY peg rail organizer to get all those typical entryway items off the floor and onto hooks.
And today I’m sharing the tutorial for this wooden wall hooks idea, alongside a handful of other DIY bloggers for a ‘Make It Challenge’. We challenged each other to use the same crafting item (in this case, wood) to create a fun DIY that anyone could recreate – all inspired by the NBC show ‘Making It’. Click through for my DIY and links to all the other wood ideas!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Delta®. The opinions and text are all mine.
Room reveal time! Honestly, these posts from the 12 rooms in 12 months series are probably my favorites to share because I get to play designer for a little bit and completely transform a space. And today I’m at it again, with a new room to reveal…the kitchen!
I’ve been working behind the scenes on turning all those ‘before’ photos of my kitchen into an ‘after’ in partnership with Delta® Faucet. And now that it’s done, I can finally share.
I partnered with Walmart to bring one of my all time favorite breakfast staples to life and added some seasonal grilled fruit for good measure to make it special. Because if I’m going to be eating nearly every meal at home, while trying to figure out this whole new parent thing, the least I can do is be a bit extra with the meals that I’m making. Haha.
Thanksgiving is one of those holidays that people who love entertaining (like me) tend to go a little overboard on. Especially when it comes to tablescape decor. In my book, it’s completely acceptable to be a little extra during the holidays and put in the effort for a really beautiful (but still simple) tablescape.
So, I partnered with Etsy to create a unique Thanksgiving dinner table that features handmade goods from my fave Etsy sellers and a handful of easy DIY ideas. Click through to see how it all came together.