Weekly Wednesday Wishlist #143

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I think spring is the most beautiful time of year at the Tanglewood House. As I look out my windows, the trees on the golf course are tinged a rusty pink. Their branches are full of swollen buds ready to push forth a flurry of pink and white flowers. I hope where you are, signs of spring are bringing you delight.

We have lots to share today, Lory is first…

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Lory | Designthusiam

beautiful and colorful bouquet of stock in an antique white pitcher

1. The two most popular spring posts on the blog this week were Rustic Farmhouse Spring Decor Ideas and French-Inspired Decor Ideas for Spring.

2. AMAZON PICKS: here are this week’s favorites from Amazon.

3. MORE SPRING ON THE BLOG: This week I shared this Super Easy Easter Centerpiece, this Free Spring Printable to make a Paper Cone Posy, and this Sophisticated Easter Table with Soft Spring Colors.




7. Looking for a fresh look for a guest bedroom? Check out this Dramatic Grey and Lilac Bedroom.

8. FASHION PICKS: Let’s talk about comfy spring shoes. This platform wedge slide (comes in several colors), this awesome platform wedge espadrille, this low platform slide, this updated ‘dad sandal’ (I love the white!), and these cap-toe ballet flats.

9. WHAT’S INSPIRING ME AROUND THE WEB: I love these warm and inviting spaces using neutrals with brown. These absolutely stunning Euro-inspired spaces make use of stone and other natural elements. If white and blue is more your thing, you’ll love this gorgeous home.

10. UP NEXT: A small bathroom remodel on a budget…

Ann | On Sutton Place

neutral living room with yellow accents

1.) Do you wish you could add a little sunshine to your decor for spring? All you have to do is bring in some yellow, and your space will feel bright and fresh!

2.) If you missed my favorite picks from Amazon, you can catch up HERE.

3.) FAVORITE QUOTE: “Life is like a book. Some chapters are sad, some are happy and some are exciting, but if you never turn the page, you will never know what the next chapter has in store for you.” The Comfort Zone

4.) Have you heart of the Preppy Aesthetic? I’m so intrigued! It’s a classic decor style that features a lived-in look. It focuses on mix and match items from estate sales and flea markets, and encourages you to stay away from big box stores. Learn more HERE.

5.) FUN THINGS: this so simple but beautiful way to garnish a plain white cake, this Italian grinder salad that looks amazingly fresh, and if you’ve wondered exactly what Grandmillennial style is, take a look here.


7.) If you love fresh flowers, but sometimes aren’t sure exactly how to use them in your decor, take a look at this! I made a simple list of different kinds of flowers, arranging tips, and which vessels work the best. So add a bouquet of flowers to your grocery list, and get inspired HERE.

8.) MORE SPRING INSPIRATION: the most gorgeous images of crabapple blooms I’ve ever seen, this pretty and colorful spring charcuterie board, and these amazing ideas for spring simmering potpourri.

9.) THINKING AHEAD: if you need inspiration for your Easter dinner, just pick up a spiral sliced ham. Then make these Delmonico Potatoes, and maybe this old-fashioned Jello salad, appropriately called Orange Fluff. You could also make this Jiffy Corn Casserole which is so easy and good. For dessert, whip up this Angel Food Bundt Cake, or make these Sour Cream Shortcake Biscuits to serve with fresh strawberries. Everything can be made the day before…that way you can enjoy yourself on Easter Sunday.

10.) Coming soon: blue and white table setting ideas. Enjoy the rest of the week! XO

Yvonne | StoneGable

a white console decorated for spring

1). ON THE BLOG: This week, the blog has two very interesting posts about trends. The first post is 12 Home Decor Trends That Are Out Of Style. What the experts have to say is so interesting. See if you agree. The second post is 9 Classic Home Decor Trends That Are Always In Style. It’s all about choosing classic decor that will stay fresh and up-to-date for a long time.

2. AMAZON FINDS: See all the new things I’m finding on Amazon HERE.

3. EASTER EGGS: Easter is approaching. Time to make Easter eggs. Why not naturally dye eggs like our family’s traditional Onion Skin-Dyed Eggs or Beautiful Blue Eggs. And try your hand at Decoupaging Chinoiserie Eggs, Flower Egg Cups, and Torn Tissue Eggs.

4. RELAXED CAPSULE WARDROBE: Easy, comfortable early spring clothing.

5. Home And More Small Homes With Big Style: This small, chic beach home, this beach home that is a favorite, and this NYC apartment full of surprises.

6. Favorite Home Decor Finds: Items to create a beautiful home…

Under $100:

Over $100:

7. Rabbit Facts: How long do average rabbits live? What are baby rabbits also called?

8. Air Fryer Crispy Skinned Salmon: Make a marinade by putting 4 TBS honey, 4 TBS teriyaki sauce, 1 tsp Dijon mustard, and 2 smashed garlic cloves in a zip-type gallon bag. Smoosh to combine. Add 2-4 salmon portions. Marinade for 30 minutes to 3 hours. Heat an air fryer to 400°. When the air fryer is ready, add the salmon, skin side down, and fry for 8 minutes. While the salmon is in the air fryer, put the marinade in a small saucepan and simmer to thicken. To serve, drizzle the sauce over the salmon.

9. Easter Table Ideas: Get ideas to set a spring-inspired and memorable Easter Table. From the perfect color palette to centerpiece ideas. This post has easy and pretty ideas. It’s The Ultimate Guide For Easter Table Decor.

10. In Case You Missed It: Make sure you see my 2024 Spring Home Tour that features using organic to decorate for spring.

Answer to #7: Rabbits live an average of 8-12 years. Baby rabbits are called kittens, and they are also unofficially called bunnies.

Happy Wednesday, Friends

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  1. Ann,
    When I click on your recipe for Delmonico Potatoes the recipe for Jiffy Corn Casserole shows up.

  2. I always enjoy your posts, Yvonne. Your recipes are delicious and my preferences align quite well with your taste!😊