Hey my friends!
I hope you are all wonderful! We are busy about homeschooling and getting ready for my son to start back his college classes. Time flies, doesn’t it?
I have my house back in order from Christmas and New Years and am enjoying getting back into a routine. I am a routine kind of girl.
As I have been getting things put back together and have been throwing away and boxing up, I have noticed that I am not always sure what to use this time of year to fill my enamel pitchers and galvanized buckets. Spring and summer are easy with all the beautiful fresh flowers. Christmas is easy with beautiful greenery. But what about the long winter months?
I have found that I tend to start pulling out my faithful and beautiful dried hydrangeas and mixing them with pinecones.
Do I have any idea if you should use hyrdrangea’s during winter? No, but I love them and they work just great for me. And, this girl uses what works.
When putting my dining room back together, I incorporated hydrangeas, pinecones, mercury glass, galvanized buckets, wire baskets…OH well, just a little bit of everything that I love.
I am so glad that you don’t have to follow any set design rules when decorating your home. Use what you love… where and how you love it! I guess that’s my design rule.
Have a great rest of your week and be blessed.