Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Share Your Style #24 {Host: Dixie Delights}

I had another great summer week arranging my many finds from my travels out west.

This week's host: Amanda from Dixie Delights

Good evening and welcome back to our Share Your Style party!!!  Each week one of your hosts will take a turn choosing the features, and then ALL EIGHT of us will share them on our blogs for tons of exposure. 

Amanda from Dixie Delights

"I'm 'delighted' to be back as your host for the 24th Share Your Style party!!  This week at Dixie Delights I shared our summer lemonade stand, kicked off a #colormehappyparty on Instagram, and shared all sorts of details on our week in Savannah (starting here)."


The Joyful Home shared a delish sounding recipe for Mint Limeade.  I have loads of mint growing in our garden and cannot wait to try this!

Mint Limeade

Life & Style at 2012 shared the blue additions to her summer living room.  It's cheerful and classic and perfect!

Lou Lou Girls shared a fun and easy glitter backdrop DIY.  Who doesn't need more sparkle in their life?!

If one of your links was featured, be sure to grab our button before you go!!

Now, on to this week!  We hope you'll join in with your decor, vintage, DIY, tablescapes, creations and yummies… in other words, pretty much anything STYLE related.  Grab our party button and add it to the bottom of the posts you link up:

Dixie Delights

With that, it’s time to Share Your Style!!

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Acorn Dish

I am loving the Caskata dish I purchased at Watson Kennedy in Seattle. The dish features several gold-colored acorns, the French symbol for prosperity and perfect for the Uptown Acorn. 

I love small plates like this as containers for curiosities as well as a place to display candles.

The zinc letters were found in Portland at Porch Light. I am having fun displaying my travel finds.

How is your summer?

Acorn dish, y'all!

Monday, July 27, 2015

Apothecary Jars and Fresh Blooms

Apothecary jars & fresh blooms! Yes! Both make me very happy.
I recently displayed three of my brown apothecary vessels on the entrance chest and added a bouquet of my favorite white lilies and green hydrangeas. 

I cannot wait for the lilies to open up and fill the parlor with its intoxicating scent.

The newest apothecary jar is one of a pair I purchased on my recent trip to Seattle from Timothy De Clue Collection. I adore the vintage look of the jars, and each makes a great vessel for displaying seasonal blooms. The newest jars are a large 2500 mL and will make for great displays seasonally.

Jars and blooms, y'all!
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