Happy new year!! I’m usually a little sad to say that another year is in the history books, but not this year. I’ve never been so happy to start another year and leave one behind.
Today I’m looking back at the most visited posts from 2020 and sharing them here. I always love seeing what you’re reading so I can plan for the coming year. I shared my top nine instagram posts here: topnine2020
And according to my analytics, these are the new blog posts that you most liked last year.
I joined a new group of talented bloggers last year and we each share our version of a pinterest-inspired project each month. My first post with the group was my version of a fall themed cloche. There are some great ideas and you can see them all here: Fall cloche decorating ideas
Another group that I’m happy to be a part of is the Thrifty Style Team. We share projects and ideas for decorating your home without spending much.
I shared a tutorial for these fun pedestals and you can see it and all the other ideas here: How to Make Pedestal Stands from Thrift Store Candle holders
Who doesn’t love free printable art? I joined some creative blogging friends and we all offered summer printables in this post: Watercolor Lavender Free Printable Art
I’m always looking for ways to organize the kitchen clutter and came up with this little mail organizer to help with it. It was one of my Thrifty Style Team posts and you can see how I did it here: DIY Wooden Tool Box Mail Organizer
I have a serious addiction to throw blankets and love using them all year. One of my secrets to saving money is by using blanket scarves in addition to throw blankets. You can see my favorite ways to use them here: 6 Easy Ways to Use a Blanket Scarf as Fall Decor
Decorating tiered trays is one of the easiest ways to add seasonal decor. They don’t take up much space and you can have a pretty little vignette in a very short time.
See how I decorated this one for fall with some of my vintage items here: Tiered Tray Decor with Vintage Items and Soft Fall Colors
More free printable art! For fall, I shared these beautiful, soft vintage hydrangea botanicals. Hydrangeas are my favorite flowers and I love to use them all year.
You can see how I use them and grab these free printables here: Free Vintage Hydrangea Botanical Printables
This was the third year we used our artificial tree. There are things I love and things that I miss about using a real tree.
You can read all about it here: Free Vintage Hydrangea Botanical Printables
Paint colors are always a favorite topic here, and have been since I began the blog 10 years ago. As I’m typing this, I can’t believe I’ve been blogging for 10 years!
Anyway, you can see the color trends from Sherwin Williams for 2021 here: Paint Color Trends from Sherwin Williams 2021
We all want our bedroom to be a beautiful retreat and the color on the walls can help with that. You can see 14 gorgeous bedroom colors in this post: 14 Popular Bedroom Paint Colors Shown in Real Rooms
Looking forward to 2021.
My to-do list is always too long. But here some of the projects I hope to work on at some point in 2021:
- the family room bookcase makeover
- kitchen makeover with new counters, hardware, possibly flooring and painted cabinets 😃
- linen closet makeover
- hallway makeover
- and a few others that I’m considering
These are the types of posts I have planned so be sure you’re signed up for my newsletter! Go here to sign up: Newsletter Signup
- More paint color posts
- Beautiful sets of free printable botanical art
- Crafts & DIY projects
- Vintage decor ideas
- Thrifty decor ideas
- Much more!!
Thank you so much for reading my posts and supporting my blog. I cherish each and every one of you and couldn’t do this without you!
Have a wonderful 2021.