It is the season for overnight guests. Treat your guests right by setting up a coffee nook in your home. This nook has everything they need to get the morning started no matter if you are up or not. I decided on a fall theme for my nook but you can theme it anyway you desire. Be sure to grab a few bottles of International Delight for your guests as well.
You can make a fall tray with buttons with this craft tutorial. I am in love with this tray. It is sturdy and gorgeous which is the perfect combination. Yep it is a thrift store makeover as well so it didn’t cost me much to make. Grab your button stash and lets make a great fall tray with them.
Today we are going bold with fall tablescape ideas that you will love. I am actually participating in a tablescape showdown with two other bloggers. So at the end of this post I will be begging for your vote. Get your clicking fingers ready y’all! You can win a prize when voting as well so there is definitely an incentive! First lets explore my fall tablescape ideas with tons of pictures!
I had this idea to cover barn wood with some metallic gold paint. It turned out awesome. But I just couldn’t stop there. This rustic gold centerpiece was the result. Use this for a dinner party or even for Thanksgiving. A few bottles and some barn wood can become this rustic beauty in just a few minutes. This post is a part of my design team status with DecoArt. I am compensated for my participation however all projects and opinions are my own.
I have a fun free printable for y’all today. My chalkboard kitchen art is a fun cheeky way to share what is on the menu tonight with your crew. Print this fun art that looks like a chalkboard and leave it up all year long. Anyone want to know what is for supper? Point them to this sign!
I have posted a variety of kitchen organization ideas around here over the years. I decided I would round up the top ideas that actually work in our home. These ideas are all still functioning in my home today and make our kitchen run smooth. These are all tried and tested ideas that you can easily replicate for some organization in your own home.
Is your spice drawer a mess? I have a great solution for you! Organizing spices in mason jars. However my version has a unique twist with chalkboard that makes this idea even better. This one was first posted over at the Darice blog however I wanted to share it here in case you missed it. I have been living with this mason jar spice organizer for over 3 months and it really works for us. I hope it will work for you as well.
Everyone that has kids knows that there are schedules and paper everywhere. In order to keep it all corralled and somewhat organized, I came up with this refrigerator command center. We had a big empty area on the side of our refrigerator just begging to get clean and organized. This is a project that won’t take you much time to complete but will reward you with time when you don’t have to search for those pesky doctor reminder cards or the latest sports schedule.
Are you throwing any parties this summer? Get my ideas on how to decorate a summer utensil caddy three ways. Turn a simple utensil caddy into part of the party decor with my super simple ideas. The best part? All of my ideas are not permanent so your utensil caddy can be re-used again and again.
Take a cue from the project below and paint a step stool this weekend. A fun and easy project that will look great in your bathroom, kitchen, or any other room in your home. So y’all I can’t reach the top cabinets in my kitchen. Yep I am tad short. So this step stool gives me the extra height I need without pulling up a kitchen chair. However I wanted it to be pretty and go in the kitchen as well. You will love this stencil and how easy it is to get this look for yourself. This project was originally posted over on the DecoArt blog but I am sharing here in case y’all missed it.