It’s no secret that I’m in love with rustic decor. But, I have a confession: I’m a little bit more in love with amazing do-it-yourself projects! Over the last year, I have really set my mind to making my home feel more “homey” and that means that I have done a LOT of DIY projects.
Horses are a big part of life in the mountain west. There is a strong sense of pride for our hard-working cowboys. Some of my best childhood memories were at the stables with my grandpa. We kids did our chores with the animals while grandpa broke the horses and then we would saddle up and
Don’t throw out those cool old wood crates you have been storing in the basement or garage. You can bring life back into these vintage beauties with a little creativity, fabric, paint and some dirt and plants.
Just because the warmer months are gone, you don’t have to give up the idea of color in your yard. Decorate your window boxes, planters, and containers, with gorgeous fall flowers, squash, gourds, pumpkins, and grasses. Bright displays of color and texture can keep the mood bright and cheery even if there is a crisp
Pumpkins just feel like the perfect accent to your home (inside or out) during the months of October and November. Check out these adorable pumpkins made from scrap wood or an upcycled cutting board. Easy to make, so fun to enjoy. Who doesn’t love fall?
With the trend of using reclaimed wood being so big, one of the easiest and cheapest type of reclaimed wood is pallet wood. The worn look is warm, rustic, industrial, and or country. Whatever style you choose, pallet wood can add a unique look to any room, piece of furniture or exterior. The hardwood provides
Thanksgiving starts off the holiday season with the right type of mood. Family and friends gather to show their thanks for one another and all that they have. Nothing is nicer than a beautiful rustic table set for the turkey feast. These beautiful tablescapes pop with color and a mixed use of textures. I love