FARMHOUSE STYLE DECOR IN A RUSTIC LOG HOME USING NEUTRAL’S WITH A POP OF GREEN. THE PLAID FABRIC FIT’S IN PERFECTLY WITH THE ROOMS SYTLE AND TO BRING IN A LITTLE SPRING I’VE ADDED PUSSY WILLOW BRANCHES TO THE OLD CHIPPY CROCK!
I have a confession to make, I fell of the pillow wagon; ugh! I was doing so good without making a new purchase for so long but just like any other addiction I hit a weak moment and broke down. I just couldn’t pass them up, they were the perfect green, the perfect fabric, and the perfect pattern for our new furniture. And it happened: I walked by theM twice, circled the store and all of a sudden they were in my arms and I was carrying them to the counter to check out.
I’ve been carrying a paint swatch around that matched the color I used on our island forever looking for fabric to make my own pillows, but when I spotted these I knew right away they were perfect green and just enough of it to give the sofa a little pop of color.
I must have had buyers guilt because I let them ride around in the back seat of my Jeep for over a week before I even brought them into the house. I don’t know why I was stressing myself so about the purchase, but I’t made me feel like I’d ate that huge piece of chocolate cake when I was supposed to be on a diet 🙁 But now that I have them in the room I love them and I’m justifying the purchase because it was from a local crafter who had such a sweet store and I like to give my money to local shop owners who are struggling to make a go of it.
Since Spring doesn’t look like it’s ever coming to Michigan I decided to add a few faux pussy willow branches to the olive branches in the crock. It’s shaping up to be a repeat of the “Year Without A Summer” if you’re not familiar with it it’s an interesting read.
So now that I have that off my chest I’m moving forward and will get back on the wagon and try again, lol.