Hey there my friends!! I cannot believe Spring is upon us even though south Texas never even had an acceptable winter! Our grass stayed green, for the most part, and we still haven’t had to buy a rake since moving into our house a year ago this month!
With spring comes new decor, spring cleaning, organization and all sorts of fun things that I’m going to be sharing with y’all along the way. I’m super excited to show y’all my new farmhouse shelves that I’ve been meaning to hang since last March. Sometimes life just gets way too busy, but no longer!!
Our kitchen used to anger me, I would always think to myself why in the world would someone put this kitchen in a home as “new” as ours? When builders start construction on a much-needed subdivision they clearly don’t put much effort into each individual house. That’s where I’m budding in to tell you not to pay any mind to the condition of drab cabinets anymore, after you read this post you’ll realize what an easy fix it can be.
When I think of a farmhouse unfinished is the first word that comes to mind. The ever so popular farmhouse style has completely taken over. It’s molding into so many different decor styles; modern farmhouse, mid-century farmhouse, vintage farmhouse, and even cottage chic farmhouse, to name a few. I’ve been exploring my favorite farmhouse twists over the past few months and it’s safe to say I’m a mix of all of the above.