SPRING TABLE SETTING USING BLACK AND WHITE WITH POPS OF GREEN TO GET THE PERFECT, EASY TO DO FARMHOUSE LOOK!
Out of pure boredom that I just couldn’t take any longer I decided to get off my behind one evening and take the decor off the island, give it a good dusting, and put things away. Instead of that happening…..I reused it all in a different area. The more I got working the lazier I got, I didn’t want to drag out the step stool to put things away so I decided to redecorate the dining room table using all the same piece but give it a different look. You can see how it was used before here.
I’m beginning to think winter will never end here in the north, we’re still getting snow if you can believe that. It’s been such a pretty snow too, big fluffy flakes with day’s of white out conditions. Now I love to see this in December but right now I’m anxious for Spring to arrive so I can get outside and do a few things.
The pumpkin seeds I planted inside will have pumpkins on the vine soon if this keeps up. I’m so needing a few warmer days with the sun shining. I want to do a little digging in the dirt, get my galvanized buckets out of storage and decide what to plant in them this year, and just be one with nature for a while.
I can only do so many things while stuck in the house, it’s clean, the laundry is done, meals are prepared and I’m not a big fan of tv watching. So instead of dozing off in a chair I decided to do a little rearranging in the dining room. I kept with my theme of black and white with a pop of green and added a little black to the the open farmhouse shelves.
If this weather doesn’t break soon, y’all are going to get pretty tired of seeing things on the inside of the cabin. I even called Home Depot to ask about the $5 ferns they normally have every year in their Easter ad, only to find out they’ve delayed their plants from being delivered due to the weather conditions. I was afraid I’d missed it, even though I’d been checking the ad every week. The ferns are a big part of my outdoor decorating every years. I love how much space they take up, how easy they are to care for and by spending $50 I get a lot of bang for the buck.