I’m always looking for ways to make our home more beautiful and more organized. Does anyone else roam the basket and organization isles at Target and imagine how great their home could look? I like to dream about how great our home would be with everything contained, organized, and in their place. I have to admit that organizing doesn’t come easy for me – but I’m up for the challenge to change my ways!
While browsing for some farmhouse style storage solutions online, I found quite a few budget-friendly options! There are options for every room in your house – the entry way, bedroom, kitchen, pantry, linen closet, and the office. I love that there are so many stylish options to help with the functionality of your home!
Our builder-grade laundry room has some great features – a large counter top, sink, and built-in cabinets above the washer and dryer and below the counter top. It has a good amount of storage space and is fairly functional. However … it seriously lacks any character, color, or charm. I’ve been using our bland laundry room for almost 3 years – and I’m ready for a change!
Dining chairs definitely have a big impact on the look and feel of your kitchen/dining room. They are also some of the most used furniture pieces in your home – I know with my family of 5 they are practically being used 24/7! By adding some gorgeous stylish chairs to a simple table you can change the whole look of your dining set.
I’ve found some beautiful chairs that won’t break the bank and will add some farmhouse charm to your home. Affordable and gorgeous – isn’t that the best combination?
Hunting for treasures at my local thrift store is one of my favorite things to do. I love the surprise of finding something special that I can use in my home. I’ve been able to find some great used furniture, dishes & glassware, baskets, picture frames, and light fixtures. With a little hunting you can sometimes score some amazing treasures!
I have always loved decorating for holidays year-round. My mom used to have a cute little shelf in our kitchen, and with each holiday she had sweet little hand-painted wood decor pieces to display on the shelf. A little Christmas tree at Christmas time, a painted egg for Easter, a turkey for Thanksgiving, and so on. For the months of June and July I remember setting her sweet little American Flag on the shelf. It was such a nice little reminder of the upcoming holiday, and it kept my brother and I excited about each new season.