I don't know why, but there's something about a New Year that makes me want to declutter the house. Maybe it's packing up all the Christmas decor. It was so cozy and inviting when we first put it up, but after a few weeks it always begins to feel a little heavy and I'm ready for the space to be able to breathe.
Blogstagram 01/05/21 - Favorite Homemaking Gifts & Shower Eucalyptus
Wintertime brings a longing for coziness. With the excitement of Christmas past, many of us find ourselves in the midst of endless cold, gray days. Visions of blankets, hot cups of tea, and good books might be dancing in our heads instead of those sugarplum fairies.
I love the look of farmhouse curtains that have a ruffle at the top - I just think they are so cozy and charming! To get that ruffle, though, you either have to pay a pretty penny for ruffled curtains, or you can use one of many Pinterest-inspired curtain "hacks" to achieve the look.
There's nothing quite like fresh flowers to brighten up your space! I love grabbing an inexpensive bouquet at Trader Joe's - it freshens up the whole kitchen and adds a glorious pop of color.
I had this project on my list for a few weeks and was so glad I finally got the chance to check it off during nap time one afternoon. I don't know why I had put it off so long - it really took no time at all!