Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Whites, Woods and Greenery...

I hope your week is going well...

Even though it's a rainy, gray Seattle day, spring is in the air! I've made just a few little changes around our farmhouse that I thought I'd share. It's only natural to nest in Spring - don't you think? 

Our family room rug had seen better days, and so our dogs are now enjoying it on the back covered porch. I'm liking the bare wood floors for a change, or until I find the perfect rug for this room. ;) I'm still loving our grain sack pillows. They add texture and character to any space, in my humble opinion. If you are in the market for some grain sacks or grain sack pillows, I posted on the best sources I've found here.

I picked up a couple of potted herbs from Trader Joe's. The plants looked especially healthy (it must be spring!), and the prices are always good. I found the vintage crate at HomeGoods. I was surprised to find that they carry a few vintage pieces - love that!

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Since we use the antique French drying rack for our glasses (mason jars), I thought it would be fun to store some small flower pots on this white drying rack...

You may have seen our entryway on the Spring at the Farmhouse Tour. I had originally used living tulip plants in the basket. They lasted a couple of weeks before one of my boys and I planted them in the front yard to be enjoyed next spring. In their place, I found these faux tulip plants at Michaels...

Have you caught spring fever? Are you cleaning out closets, planning your garden or home projects, or maybe even planning a trip? I'd love to hear!

Thank you so much for stopping by today!



  1. Beautiful post. Thank you, Julie.

    1. Thank you so much Pamela! Did your faux eggs arrive yet, and does your Dad think you've lost it?! :)

  2. So beautiful. Your touches of spring are all so wonderful and make your already fabulous home seem fresh and ready to take on spring.

  3. Love that wooden box with those sweet jars. Your home is lovely as always.


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