In the old days, the milk man would deliver milk to your door in big tin cans. Today you still see the cans on porches but not for milk. They make a cute rustic display both outside and inside. Check out these cute ideas for the holiday season.
Living in the west, I am surrounded by a beautiful natural backdrop for rustic photos. All we have to do is step outside and the mountains surround us. But even if you don’t live in an area with towering mountains, it’s easy to create a rustic scene using a few props. I prefer fall and
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?
The idea of Christmas at a cabin conjures up thoughts of snow-covered pines, a roaring fire, flannel sheets, family, and food. That sense of an old-fashioned Christmas, just the way it should be. Even if you don’t spend the holiday at a cabin, with these easy ideas you can give that feeling to someone else.
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