Planning out your meals and creating a shopping list requires intention, discipline, and care. That doesn't mean it is hard, though.
Today, I want to share one of my "secret weapons" for hosting guests in your home.
Every day, we are inundated with posts that tell us to buy more things so we can have pretty homes, wardrobes, photos, and lives. I want to offer a different perspective.
Here is my number one tip for small decorating budgets (we’re talking “not even a line item” here)...
My honest opinion of Annie Sloan Chalk Painted cabinets two years later.
Hello, everyone! I'm writing today to share an exciting living room update we recently completed in partnership with Comfort Works. When Ben and I were shopping for a new sofa last Spring, we looked at so many options from a lot of different companies. Our priorities were comfort, affordability, and durability. (Of course, I wanted it…
Hi, friends! I'm here today to share a very exciting living room update with you. If you've been around Holland Avenue for a while, you'll remember that our colorful kitchen rug recently made an appearance in the living room. I loved the warmth and color it added to the space, but the color was a bit overwhelming. I started looking for a more neutral rug that would allow me to keep the color in other places without feeling too crazy.
A few days ago, I was thinking about how I could incorporate Christmas decor into our home without spending money or accumulating more stuff. Then I had a million dollar idea that I knew I could execute for zero dollars.
Week Six is here and I am equal parts giddy, proud, and exhausted. This was my first experience with the One Room Challenge, and I am glad we decided to jump in and give it a shot!
This week, I'm adding character and vintage charm to the classic Ikea Tarva dresser.