Another week, another bunch of beautiful spaces on the interwebs. Yes, it’s true. I spend way too much time looking at dreamy homes and getting inspired for our next project. But it keeps me out of the pool halls (at least that’s what my dad says). Here’s a roundup of eye candy found this week. There are design ideas, organizing tips, DIY advice and more. So grab your coffee and come see some beautiful images.
Exposed brick, wooden ceiling, grain sack table runner, and hydrangeas…does it get any better than this? The rest of this Texas cottage is just as charming and you can tour it over at Country Living.
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I’m not sure what I like best in this entry by Holly Mathis interiors. The brick floor, red door, shiplap walls, and antique grandfather clock are all so cozy. And I always have a soft spot for framed floral prints. See more of this home over at Curious Details.
Kim at Savvy Southern Style has the nicest collections and always shares the best decorating ideas. This week she’s giving ideas on how to decorate with bread boards. Guess what just got added to my wish list?? See her tips here.
Is it too early to start thinking about decorating for fall? I don’t think so and neither does Lidy at French Garden House. She’s sharing some ideas for an early fall table setting that you will love. Go here to see her lovely table.
Would you believe that Ashley and Vintage Refined got that chair for $10 on craig’s list? She gave it an amazing makeover and it looks like a million bucks now! See the before and the amazing transformation here.
We might be thinking about fall decor but there’s nothing wrong with holding on to summer for a few more weeks either. Jennifer at Town n Country Living shares the story of how she got these vintage bottles here. And don’t her zinnias look beautiful? See the story here.
And a favorite find for the week is this adorable new basket from World Market. Isn’t it great? You could hide so many things in there or just place a simple glass insde it with water and add some branches for quick decor. The possibilities are endless! Found here.
Which thing from this week inspires you the most? Do you have an inspiring project or post? Send me an email or leave a comment below and you might get featured on the next Friday favorites! My email address is Angie@postcardsfromtheridge.com. And sign up for email here so you don’t miss any favorites or other posts.
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