My niece, Autumn, is two years old and is going through a major Mickey and Minnie phase right now. All she wants to do is play with her Mickey and Minnie toys, watch them on television and sing along to their songs. So, when I heard about Gray Malin’s collaboration with Disney to celebrate Rock the Dots I knew I needed to get one of his prints for Autumn’s bedroom.
With Sunday being National Polka Dot Day I figured it’s the perfect time to give Autumn her Minnie print and celebrate in style!
Since our wedding was outdoors on a big lawn, we decided to outfit the space with a bunch of lounge areas.
It’s all about the little things, and buying fresh flowers is one of those amazing little things that keep you smiling every time you see them. Whether you’re buying those pretty blooms for yourself (which you totally deserve to do, btw!), or reminding someone just how special they are, you want to know that you’re buying fresh flowers that will last.
If you’ve been frequenting the summer Farmer’s Markets, you’ve seen the beautiful Dahlias in full bloom. These amazing flowers come in deep hues and bold textures. They look just as good on your kitchen table as they do on your desk at work. Keep these stunning blooms looking fresh with these three easy-to-do tips:
Whenever I get bored of my apartment decor, I find myself rearranging my coffee table. It’s the easiest space to update without committing to large purchases and only takes a few minutes. But since I tend to rely on the same handful of styling arrangements, I decided to team up with a couple of local interior designers from InteriorCrowd to get their point of view.
My friend, Laurenne, from Bloom2Bloom introduced me to the most amazing organization, Wish Upon a Teen. It is an organization dedicated to providing resources, time and opportunities to teenagers with severe life-limiting medical conditions.
Another week and another round of great advice from my friends at Bloom2Bloom!
If you struggle keeping plants alive, you can’t go wrong with succulents. But even though they’re loved for their relatively easy up-keep and drought resistant nature, don’t let that fool you into thinking they don’t need a little TLC of their own! This summer, follow these 3 easy tips to help make sure your succulents last even after summer is gone.