Summertime Decorating Ideas to Wow!
Hip Hip Hooray! At long last it looks like summer is finally upon us. Let the festivities begin! Well, not quite yet. First, we need to get our spaces looking tip top summer fresh. That means time for summertime decorating: we need to get to work inside and out. If you’re anything like Jodie and me you’ve had your spring decor out since early February. It’s time for a change. No more bunnies, no more eggs. It’s time to pull out your summer pillows, your summer plants, maybe even your summer rugs.
Of course it’s also definitely time to get your front porch and other outdoor spaces looking their best. Work at my house always begins with some serious outdoor cleaning, i.e. powerwashing and general maintenance. I look to see the condition of everything. Do I need a new rug, new pillows? How are my planters doing? I assess everything that is there and take stock. Next, I create a plan for what to replace and what to add. In this stage I usually choose a color scheme. Then I browse online and/or head to the store for inspiration and to purchase.
My favorite part is the final step: arranging. I love the creative process of setting it all up. Seeing it all come together for a fresh new look makes it all worthwhile. Summertime decorating doesn’t have to be pricey or complicated. Focus on the many months of enjoyment you’ll have. With a little bit of effort and the right inspiration you’ll soon be ready to greet visitors and simply enjoy.
Friday Friends Parade Linky Party
Welcome to another week of Friday Friends Parade! Every week we love this more! Why? Because we absolutely love seeing your posts and also the chance to SHOWCASE your talents!!
Join us each week Friday am – Wednesday pm to explore new talent and if you’re a blogger, share your own favorite projects by linking up at the bottom. Each week we feature our favorites from last week’s parade! Be sure to check out Last Week’s Friday Friends Parade Linky Party for wonderful decor, garden, craft & recipe inspiration.
Friday Friends Parade is a forum for encouragement and sharing. It’s a place to be inspired, meet new friends, and show off your projects and posts! We are so excited to see what you’ve got for us this week! ENJOY!
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Jodie & Julie’s Summertime Decorating Feature
Summertime Front Door Refresh
This week we chose Jenna from Lantern Lane Designs for our feature! Her beautiful Front Door Refresh is so fresh and beautiful we know you will be inspired! And what about that gorgeous color for her door? We’re obsessed!
Since we are just getting to work on our summertime transformations here is our Summer Home Tour from last year. We think you’ll find lots of ideas to inspire some easy breezy summer updates for your home.
As summer nears, I revamp my summer beauty and skincare routine. This week, I shared all my favorite products and my beauty routine. Come take a peek, click HERE.
Deb’s (DebbeesBuzz.com) sailing theme is a fantastic summer wreath that even has a miniature sailboat attached. I’m confident you’ll love it if you are looking for some fun summer outdoor wreaths.
This summer wreath project is such a fun one. I created the flowers out of felt, so the cost of this wreath is super cheap. It only has a small investment of time but well worth the effort.
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