If you feel fenced in (literally) by your bland backyard, these design principles from our resident expert Felder Rushing will guide you in making landscaping decisions that will
transform your grass patch into a garden haven. Choose a 'little bit of everything' to give your garden layers or color and texture. Use an eye-catching hard structure like a pergola or group of chairs as a central focal point. A pathway guides visitors and helps break up the area visually. Fill in the remaining gaps with flowers, shrubs, herbs or other plants of your choosing and Voila! Your garden is born.
It was so dreary yesterday. Rainy and cold and dark. I think that's what made my heart a little sad. The sun had disappeared on a Caribbean vacation behind the clouds and the day was
cloudy and gray.
And depressing. Now....there are days when I like cloudy and gray. But every now and then I need a glimpse of joy to make me smile. So I created this fun spring mantel....with a little spray paint and birds and nest and branches.
Don't you just love when your favorite people come and stay at your home?
It is different when they come to stay for the night. You can stay up late and talk into
the night, totally relax in your jammies in the morning and have real quality time together.
So that is why it was important to me to have a very welcoming guest bedroom for people to come and stay at your home. I am sharing some bedroom decorating ideas – including the gallery wall I pulled together for this room.
Commented on Jan 11, 2013
LOVE THIS!!!! Seriously! What a great post! And so many decorating ideas! I clipped it to my