This year is the first year that I am posting a tour of my home for Christmas. In the past, I have avoided getting into this because it is such an exhausting time for bloggers, and probably for you, as well. But, I drug all of the camera and video equipment out of the studio and transported it all around my house to capture the big event! So, I hope you enjoy my 2018 Southern Home Christmas Tour! Welcome to my home!
Did that title grab your attention? Good. That’s just what I was going for, but don’t think this is some kind of click bait article. I really do have 6 PITA decor items to avoid or at least items that you should plan to dispose of within a short time frame.
Right now, Putka pods are one of the trendiest pieces of decor for the Fall season, and they will probably remain so for years to come. If you are asking yourself, ‘what exactly is a Putka pod?” Well, they are those adorable things that look like miniature pumpkins. You have probably seen them mixed in with your potpourri. They are cute and well-loved by most. However, there are some important details that you need to know before you start using them in your crafts and decor. So without further ado, let’s take a look at the pros and cons of decorating with Putka Pods.
Of all the rooms in a house, the most detailed and complex to design is the kitchen. It is also arguably the most important room in a house. Most of us will, at some point in our lives, want to remodel, design, or upgrade a kitchen. Sometimes, that requires the help of a trained interior designer. Other times, the homeowner is completely capable of handling that job themself. With that in mind, I thought this DIYer’s guide on how to design your own kitchen might come in handy. At the very least, it should provide a good place to start and help you to determine if you will require assistance.
Have you been wondering about how to cut the cord on your cable service? With the mad dash for everyone to dump their cable service, it really got me to thinking about how much money I waste each month on my own. I will admit that my husband and I are addicted to binging. We have Netflix and Amazon Prime to feed our habit, and we occasionally subscribe to Hulu to catch our favorites, (the Handmaid’s Tale and any Stephen King related shows). But, at least with those services, I can stop them each month and resume whenever I want. With cable, it is a completely, different story.