Monday, March 20, 2017

Easter Decor Ideas

Finally the first day of Spring! There is so much adorable Spring and Easter decor out there right now and I want it all, but we are in the midst of getting the house ready to sell. So for now, it's all about packing things up and making things neutral. Cue wha wha sound. So until we move I just have to stick to daydreaming!

However, I did have to make one little exception...the plaid napkins (number 15) below! Shh. Don't tell my husband. I'm supposed to be cleaning out and getting rid of things, but I have a slight obsession with cloth napkins and knew I had to have them the moment I saw them!  They don't take up much space though, right!?

Below are some of my favorites.  You can find even more decor and DIY ideas on my Easter Pinterest board (link in sidebar).

Easter Home Decor

1. Table Runner  2. Stitched Signs  3. Bunny Dish Towels -Yellow/Pink  4. Egg Cups  5. Happy Easter Banner  6. Bunny Dish Towels  7. Everybunny Welcome Sign  8. Egg Tree  9. Bunny Cup  10. Egg Plates  11. Natural Dye Kit  12. Egg Tree Ornaments  13. Bunny Snacks Platter  14. Egg Tablecloth  15. Plaid Napkins  16. Custom Door Mat

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Have you decorated for Easter / Spring?  Would love to see if you have!

Happy Spring!  Hope you have a great week!

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Sunday, March 12, 2017

Weeks 3 & 4 Update

We've had crazy weather the past two weeks, mid 60s, snow and torrential rain, so there hasn't been a ton of progress on the house.  Below are some photos of the latest.

Week 3 they put the beams and supports in the basement and all of the pipes for plumbing (or so it appeared to my untrained eye). Our wood package also arrived.
New Ranch Home

Ryan Homes Springmanor

Monday, February 27, 2017

Weeks 1 & 2 Update

Construction started the day following our pre-construction meeting.

Below are some photo updates. We're so lucky that one of Ryan's good friends is one of our neighbors. He stops by our lot several times a week and sends us updates. We haven't been able to get out there as much as we'd like to with our new house being about 35 minutes from our current house and us trying to get work finished on our current house.

Digging the foundation.

Pouring the footers.



Saturday, February 25, 2017

Home Decor Inspired by Pantone's 2017 Color of the Year: Greenery

affordable home decor

1. Ritz Terry Dish Towels  2. Kassatex Mayfair Stripe Bath Towel in Green  3. Pilar Laundry Hamper  4. Marimekko Ruutu Unikko pillow cover  5. What Wood You Say? Sign  6. Gourmet Lettuce Windowsill Growbox  7. Calypso Stitched Greek Key Design Napkin  8. Ceramic Jar Candle Green - Water Lily  9. Myrtle Wreath with French Ribbon   10. Safavieh Jenna Stacked Ball Table Lamp Set of 2  11. Dobby Terry Kitchen Towel  12. Cotton Weave Blanket  13. Kate Spade Posy Court Green Rectangular Tray  14. Cotton Green Herringbone Throw  15. Sonoma Indoor Outdoor Short Pouf  16. Escape Stripes Indoor/Outdoor Rug - Kaleen Rugs


I don't know about you, but I am loving Pantone's 2017 color of the year: Greenery.  It's perfect for spring, which feels right around the corner with the warm weather we've been having here in Cincinnati. Here are some of my favorite simple and affordable items inspired by greenery to add a pop of green to your home and get you ready for spring!

Hope you all have a great weekend!

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Sunday, February 12, 2017

We Have a Start Date!

When we signed with Ryan Homes, we were told they would start construction on our home around March 20th, but a week and a half ago we got a call saying they would be starting early on February 15th!  Crazy! I guess with the mild winter we've had they are ahead of schedule. So we are scheduled to have our pre-constuction meeting Monday.

With it being so warm today, we went to look at the lot expecting that they should have the house staked out by now. It's amazing the progress that's been made on our street; two weeks ago there was just one house that was up, but now an additional three are up and the foundations poured on two others.





We've been trying to decide if we want to have them clear additional trees or not, so having the house staked out finally gave us a sense of how big the backyard would be. With having the side-entry three car garage, our house sits pretty far back (all the houses have a 50 foot set back from the street to the front-most part of the house).  I initially was against having them remove any more trees as once it's gone there's no putting woods back.  Yes, you can plant trees as my husband said, but it's just not the same as mature trees.