Holiday Gift Guide no. 2 – Gifts to Really Spoil Her

Holiday Gift Guide - Gifts to Really Spoil Her

Hi, friends! If you enjoyed the last gift guide with Gifts For Her Under $30, you are definitely going to enjoy today's post! We all need affordable gift ideas, especially when there's a lot of people to buy for on your Christmas list, but every once in awhile you want a special gift to really spoil someone! Or if you've been an extra good girl this year, you definitely deserve to be spoiled with gifts like these! I found everything from cute … [Continue reading...]


Holiday Gift Guide no. 1 – Gifts For Her Under $30

Holiday Gift Guide - Gifts For Her Under $30

Hi, sweet friends! Are you enjoying the holiday season so far? I have a good start on my holiday shopping, but as I was trying to come up with ideas for cute, affordable gifts, I decided I would share some of my favorite finds with you! Women can be hard to buy for because we either have everything or are super picky, but I found some great options that are stylish, functional, and UNDER $30! I think you guys know me pretty well by now, so it's … [Continue reading...]


A Touch of Farmhouse Charm 1st Anniversary

The release of Liz Fourez's first book, A Touch of Farmhouse Charm - available now!

One year ago today, I officially became a published author. My book that I worked on night and day for the better part of a year was released into the world, and A Touch of Farmhouse Charm started to arrive in bookstores and on doorsteps all over the country. My fears of meeting book deadlines and getting the photography just right and creating something that people would relate to and use as a resource over and over again... all those fears … [Continue reading...]


Painted Mantel Makeover

A rustic mantel is given a big makeover for the holidays! See how milk paint transformed this cozy cottage mantel.

Now that all the Christmas decorations are finished around the house, this week I was finally able to tackle some projects that have been waiting for some attention. I spotted this mantel months ago at the antique store where I have my booth, and even though it wasn't exactly what I was looking for, it had a good price and I knew I could customize it later to fit the style of our house. After some design modifications and a creamy coat of Miss … [Continue reading...]


White and Cream Christmas Bedroom

This cozy master bedroom is beautifully decorated for Christmas with soft neutrals and tons of farmhouse charm.

I've already decked the halls in my kitchen, dining room and living room, and this week I finally got to work on my master bedroom, which might be my favorite space to decorate in the whole house. There is something so cozy about this room, and I absolutely adore the soft white and cream color palette I decided to go with this Christmas. It's soothing and bright and cheerful and the perfect backdrop for a little baby Christmas tree in the corner … [Continue reading...]


Our Beautiful New Tree

A stunning simple, neutral Christmas tree and how to get this look!

I have a Christmas tree confession to make. Last year I was inspired to do a very simple, minimalist tree in our living room and only added a few white poinsettias and large snowy pinecones on the tree. In my head, it was going to look like this amazing Scandinavian beauty, but instead the tree turned out looking bare and boring and cheap. I should have known better than to try doing this look on our very old tree that has definitely seen better … [Continue reading...]


Neutral Christmas Living Room

A beautiful farmhouse living room decorated in soft neutrals for the holidays!

So far in the Seasons of Home holiday series, I've shared our winter wonderland Christmas kitchen and a very sweet holiday dessert tablescape in the dining room, but today I'm giving you a tour of probably the most exciting space to decorate for Christmas... our living room! This is the room where the big tree gets put up and we open presents on Christmas morning and curl up and watch Elf and the Grinch together, so it's safe to say that I … [Continue reading...]