Home Style Saturday #332 features 5 Things To Do For Spring Now, Timeless Decor Styles You Need To Know, How To Tile A Backsplash, Staging Tips That Update Any Home, and a Chicken Rice Soup recipe.
Welcome to Home Style #332 your weekend mini decorating and lifestyle magazine. We are so happy you stopped by! Janet’s first today…
In this informative post, Janet breaks down 10 different time-honored decorating styles. She tells you what they are, what colors are a natural fit for the style, and ways you can implement these timeless styles into your own home.
Creating a beautiful home first begins with knowing your decorating style.
Janet’s post is very thorough and will give you lots of decorating ideas.
Take a DIY journey with Rhoda as she and her husband learn the ups and downs and surprises of tiling their own kitchen backsplash.
Go from messy demo day/ weekend, removing the old drywall and installing new, and carefully installing the subway tile.
Rhoda’s post is picture dense and she weaves her southern storytelling with her wit and honesty. It’s a wonderful how-to post!
When February rolls around many of us start yearning for spring! Even though spring may weeks away, we can enjoy some of its beauty by bringing a little fall into our homes.
Here are 6 easy, fun, and spring-inspired things you can do for spring right now.
From forcing spring branches to making a super easy spring pillow all the projects are fun and will make it a bit easier to wait for spring to come.
You don’t have to be selling your house to stage it. Lory is sharing ways you can update your home with simple staging tricks!
Lory has 20 easy ways to make your home look and feel like it had a bit of a lift! These tips are all simple and most of them you can do yourself.
Take a page from home stagers and try a few of these easy tips and see how much better your home will look.
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How many of you love soup? Me too! And Ann’s recipes are just the best!
This soup is hearty and will make a wonderful weeknight dinner or Sunday supper. Not only is this soup delicious it is easy to make and you can cook it in about an hour on the stovetop.
Serve it with bread to complete the meal. In this post, Ann has lots of recipes for breads that would be perfect with her Chicken And Rice Soup.
We hope you find lots of inspiration today. Happy weekend, friend!