For the last 14 years, there’s been a sliver of a room upstairs that I have used to store crafts, projects, and party supplies. Melanie G Photography This was the room at its best – for a pro photo shoot of my entire house. Believe me, most of the time the floor was barely visible. […]
It has been raining like CRAZY in the south this spring, and the results include some gorgeous lawns and blooming flowers here in Nashville! I realize that may not be the case where you are, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of one of the big design trends of 2015 – floral is […]
Everything But the House (EBTH), the revolutionary online estate sale and consignment sale company, is one of my favorite places to shop for unique vintage items, all from the comfort of home! Today I’m sharing my Top 10 Favorite Finds for January. These items are from auctions in Cincinatti, Columbus, and Lexington. EBTH recently announced that they […]
I’m in high gear getting ready for two exciting events this week in Nashville. The first is the Kings Chapel Parade of Homes tour located in Arrington, TN, which kicks off this Wednesday with a High Tea Blogger Event. Allison and I will spend Wednesday morning installing the Christmas tree I was asked to decorate […]
I have never been able to abide fluorescent light bulbs and the horrible flickery blue light they emit. I unequivocally hate them, mainly because I specify paint colors every day. Fluorescents can ruin your perfect wall color – it’s that simple. And now there’s simply no reason to settle anymore.
I have so many projects brewing this season, one of which satisfies the dream of a young, overworked school psychologist.
You know I love a good sale. I especially love estate sales where I can find unique vintage (if not antique) furniture and accessories that really give a home personality and history (even if it’s someone else’s history!). keep reading to see how you can win $100! To get the good stuff, it’s often necessary […]
There was a two-page article in Saturday’s Tennessean newspaper about the upcoming Bella Rustica Marketplace, and guess who wrote it?
You know how I like to change things up. Fairly frequently.
I recently sat down with Nashville’s Brandy Adams, to talk about her vintage decor business and personal style. Brandy lives in a 1972 home with a mock Tudor facade and a mid-century modern interior with neo-classical elements. The mash-up of nostalgic architecture suits her just fine.