Hello hello! I am so glad you came by today. While Atlanta isn’t really feeling very springy (ahem, we had our fireplace on yesterday) it sure does feel like spring around the house! Today I am joining so many wonderful bloggers to share our spring homes. If you are coming over from Stacy at Not Just a Housewife’s house, welcome!
Let’s have a quick look at the front porch ready for spring temps. This is our first spring in the new house and I have just loved sprucing it up with each new season. The front door got some freshly potted Rosemary along with a moss covered DIY wreath.
But my favorite part is the layered gingham rug. Howdy spring!
Well come on in before the pollen gets you and let’s have a peek inside. Our living room is pretty much “under construction” as we have finally ordered some new furniture but it has not all arrived yet. I will spare you the hodge podge look we have at this point and go straight to the freshly styled bookcases.
For months, I had stared at these shelves and they were driving me bananas. So I finally decided to tackle the pair of built ins and I am so pleased with them now. Unfortunately the flu came through the house a few weeks back and I was forced to stay home for a week straight to be the nurse. But the good news is that it forced me to do several projects like this!
OK, let’s hop on over to the kitchen.
I also set a fun spring table using some new dishes and bottles from Cracker Barrel.
Of course I can’t resist a quick snap of our Japanese Magnolia. This was a fun surprise when it bloomed!
So much more spring inspiration to be had. Next on the stop is Sincerely Sarah D. and if you have never seen her kitchen you are in for a huge treat!
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I just had to comment on your Easter dinner spread in the kitchen. So pretty and creative. I love how you used the stove as counter space. My favorite Spring Home tour so far. Thanks for sharing
Beautiful tour, Heather! I love you cheery spring front porch and your kitchen ready for spring! So glad you could be on this hop!!
What a pretty spring tour, Heather! Your home is beautiful, but I especially loved your kitchen – and your amazing spread of food made me hungry!
So fun touring with you! I have been drooling over that kitchen of yours and was happy to have a reason to connect! Thanks!
Stacy Risenmay says
I bet your front porch smells amazing with that fresh rosemary! Your kitchen is GORGEOUS. I loved seeing all the flowers everywhere 🙂
YES! I am obsessed with having Rosemary on my porch now because it truly is a delight when I walk by! Thanks for stopping in!
Christy James says
Beautiful! And can I say your tour is the only one that left me feeling hungry ha ha!! XO
Ha ha, yes I could go for a ham slider right about now myself! 🙂
Lory at Designthusiasm says
Heather, what a fabulous wreath on the door! Love your silver champagne buckets too!! Awesome!
Thanks! I apparently cannot stop buying those silver champagne buckets!! 🙂
So gorgeous, Heather! I love how you used the stove for a buffet. I always use the kitchen island but this is a fantastic idea! Every detail is perfect and I’m ready to come over for dinner now!
Gotta love a brunch that doesn’t require the oven or stove! 🙂 But yes, it is a huge space saver when I host showers or brunches and frees up the island for other stuff! xoxo-HM
Thank you for sharing your home! It is so gorgeous! Love your outdoor entry! And the nod to the masters! Your home is so classic chic.
Absolutely love the idea to put rosemary in the front porch pots!! I’ll be heading to Pike tomorrow. Thanks!
Putting Rosemary by the front door is a great idea. When you need some you can just go snip it off for great flavor!