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March in Review

Happy April everyone.
Can you believe it is already the first week in April?

It seems like just the other day that I was getting ready for the Design Bloggers Conference 
the first week of March... so a little crazy to me.
March has been full of travel, work, play and some behind the scenes things
and a  busy month over here on my blog as well...
with room refreshes, 
spring decorating ideas 
and the start of that styling and photography series.

Excited to share what is coming your way in April... but today it is all about
 the month in review with some of your favorite posts-
click the titles to view each one.

I shared a peek at Balsam Hill's brand new faux floral collection

And I also shared the secret to creating a French market basket bouquet.

Always a popular topic- how to create a gorgeous bouquet without breaking the bank.

Yes, I did... and I love them.

The first post in a new series inspired by my speech at the Design Bloggers Conference.

Fresh linens, chunky knit throws, and pretty details in the bedroom.

A burst of green in this flower arrangement for spring.

A few new pieces and new look on a pea gravel patio with Birch Lane.

See you soon!


  1. I like the sweet softness of your page but I am confused by the fold of the pink napkin above. It appears to lift correctly but seems to be folded like a guest towel. I know how unimportant it might seem but this old broad wants to try and save some of the propriety that makes us a gracious people. :-)

    1. Haha. No worries! This is actually just how they are pressed and ready at Williams Sonoma- I didn't fold it any differently. I think it is a way of showing how even though this is a fancy 100% linen- it is also simple and charming enough for every day tables. :)

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  3. Love photo styling info series. Your bedroom is so awwwe. I got to pick a quilt the other day and I so love it., I also have ivory to cream colored quilt on my bed, and a blue demin duvet not sure if stays or if it goes.:)