Good morning! Yesterday, while scrolling through my Instagram feed (my favorite social media outlet), I came across a post that led me to Kaitlin Holland Creative and Simply Put Vintage. I fell in love with Kaitlin's design and style immediately and wanted to share more from her portfolio with you.
Happy Friday!!! For those of you who follow along with us, you know that I love farm house style. I began to notice after pinning some inspiration photos from Pinterest that there were some elements in each room or space that I loved. In addition to following along with some of my favorite blogs, I realized that the style that I loved would be considered farm house style.
Good evening friends. I hope everyone had a good weekend. Last Sunday, our church celebrated it's 20th anniversary. We celebrated with members new and old, a potluck dinner and some good ol' fellowship. It was a good day celebrating our church and the vision that God had placed in our Pastor's heart 20 years ago.
Happy Friday Everyone! Well, as you know the last episode of Fixer Upper aired last Thursday. I have to say that this is one of my favorite HGTV shows EVER! The homes are beautiful...when completed. Renovating a home has been a goal of ours. After building two houses, we are looking forward to purchasing something that is older and somewhat neglected to make it our own when we downsize in the next few years. Until then, we will continue to gain inspiration from Chip and Joanna for our fixer upper.
I absolutely adore Joanna's style. It is very simple, clean and fresh. Most of Joanna's designs are farmhouse inspired. However, due to the simplicity of her style and design, some of the home's elements could be classified as transitional or with a touch of modern. Either way, the homes are beautiful.
To celebrate the last episode of Fixer Upper until season 2 starts on Jan 2 (I know it seems like such a long time to wait), I have chosen this week's Friday Favorites from each episode. So sit back and enjoy all this Fixer Upper Fabulous-ness.
Hi Everyone! It is our pleasure to have Katie from Creatively
visiting with us today. I found Katie originally through Instagram.
I loved Katie's style and began to follow her through
social media and her blog.
Katie is creative,
talented, thrifty, a wife and a mom to some very cute kids.
I know you will adore Katie and her decorating style as much as I do.
Another weekend has come and gone quickly. We had a busy weekend preparing for our church's 20th anniversary celebration. During this time, Charles managed to finish up a small lighting project for his office space.
Happy Friday my friends. I chose vintage linens for this week's Friday Favorites. Recently, I have found myself picking up antique and vintage linens on some of my shopping trips. I love the details of vintage linens. They can feature embroidery, crochet, and eyelet trim.
I used vintage linens on the antique side tables in our guest room. I love how they added a little more charm to the tables and to the room. Here are a few of my favorites ways to display and repurpose linens for your home.
Happy Wednesday!!! We are enjoying all the extra time we have now that we have taken a break from refinishing furniture for a while. We had the opportunity to travel to the Holden Beach area this past weekend to spend time with Charles' family. Our first day there was spent shopping at consignment shops and thrift stores. We managed to pick up a few things for our home including a great set of men and ladies restroom doors. We can't wait to get started on that project soon.
Happy Monday! We hope that everyone had a safe and wonderful 4th of July weekend. Charles and I spent the weekend at the beach with his family. We hit some great consignment and thrift stores on Friday and spent the day on the beach on Saturday. We had a good time and needed some time away after our porch sale.
When Charles and I started The Refined Relic, we knew that we wanted it to be a ministry first and a business second. This has been our goal from day one. We have had some challenges with our business, mostly with time. However, through the countless hours we have spent working on pieces and projects, The Refined Relic has blessed us with the opportunity to meet new people. Blogging and social media has allowed us to connect with people near and far. Whether they follow us or we follow them, I look forward to each day to see an encouraging word or an inspiring post from these wonderful people who we call friends.