JULIE WARNOCK INTERIORS ARCHIVES
Hey hey friends! Today is your lucky day, because I am sharing not one, but FOUR, super cute printables for Fall and Halloween. The best part? They are FREE and you can download them and print on a standard sheet of paper.
Whoa. That’s a mouthful. But I wasn’t sure what else to call this little creation of mine I’m sharing with you today. If you need a quick farmhouse style centerpiece you can pull together in minutes, I’ve got you covered! (I feel like I say that about everything I post here, but can I help it if I like simplicity? No, I cannot.) You can create this centerpiece with faux (or fresh!) greenery and candles for fall—plus I’m giving you ideas on how to decorate this for every season, too! And if you don’t have a vintage toolbox—I’ve got ideas for that, too!
Hey friends! Today, I'm sharing simple easy ways to add subtle hints of fall touches to your kitchen, using simple items you probably already have on hand: seasonal produce, greenery, and faux pumpkins. Come on in and take a peek!
It's officially September, and Starbucks has released the pumpkin spice lattes, so I guess it's time to start talking about all things Fall! Actually, I know it's still summer, and here in Texas, it's still 647 degrees, but I'm just going to give the people what they want! Fall, Fall, and more Fall! Ok, ok, ok, the people may not actually want it--YET, but by the time you DO get around to decorating for Fall, I will have you covered with all this neutral fall farmhouse style decor!
For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to add woven shades in my home. I finally pulled the trigger, and can’t wait to show you what a difference it makes!
Fall is quickly approaching, but before summer slips away from us, I thought I’d share a quick tour of the living room all dolled up for summer. Come take a look!
I recently splurged on some new farmhouse style dining chairs for the breakfast nook, and I can’t wait to share them with you! Come take a peek!
I'm excited to share with you my first DIY project of the year: How to Frame a Kitchen Window. We actually completed this project last year, but with the hustle and bustle of the holidays, I'm just now getting around to blogging about it, because, you know, life. Framing out your kitchen window (or any window) is a super easy DIY to tackle, even for beginners. We had all supplies we needed on hand except for the poplar boards, so we were able to complete this project for only around $15! Come see how we did it!
With Christmas behind us and the new year upon us, it's time to start thinking about goals for 2018. I'm personally kind of a goal lover. Like a true goal freak. If anything ever consistently makes me cry--it's seeing someone meet her goals. I'm always working on at least a few goals at any one time. But, at this time of year, more than any, I love to set a few goals.
So, I thought I'd take a minute and write down my House Goals for 2018. Come see what I'm going to attempt to accomplish this year!
If you've been around here for long, you know I'm allergic to color. Just kidding. Sorta. But I do love neutral colors, and Christmas time is no exception. I love silvers, golds, and whites at Christmas. And although I haven't heavily decorated our kitchen for Christmas, I thought I'd add some subtle Christmas cheer in the form of a super simple DIY.