I’m so honored to be guest posting over at the lovely Amelia’s blog today, from Amelia Marie Design!

The theme is bringing in spring, a few touches and color you can add to your home to welcome the season!

{sneak peek}

egg basket

oversized fork and spoon kitchen pinwheels kitchen daisies

dogwood and fern

Happy Spring Nesting!

~clarita

 

 

 

9 thoughts on “Bringing in Spring

  1. Sheila

    Hi Clarita,

    I’m one of your Mary Kay clients…love your new site as now I can post comments…for some reason Xanga wouldn’t ever let me comment.

    As always I’m inspired by your godly perspective, creativity, and design style! I’m working on a living room re-do and was wondering if you minded sharing what type of bamboo shades you have as well as what type of couch slipcovers you used? Thanks in advance for any info and I look forward to reading more posts on this site!

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    1. The Cottage at 341 South Post author

      Hi Sheila! :) Yes, I am hoping too that commenting will be easier on this blog. I don’t think it’s nearly as complicated! The bamboo shades were just from Kmart, but I know that Lowe’s and Home Depot carry similar ones and more options. Mine aren’t black-out, which I think would be nice to have. The slipcovers I ordered from uglysofa.com, which is an overstock store. It was the cheapest place I found, and they were even Pottery Barn! Good luck! :) And thanks for your kind words and encouragement!

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  2. Shannon

    I saw your post over there and loved it! We’re still patiently, or not so patiently, waiting for a lot of those Spring things to pop out up here in the frozen tundra! I am more then ready!

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  3. Laura

    Lovely post! Nice to see spring has arrived somewhere! I settled for tulips at wal-mart awhile ago…you kind of have to make do with what you have to work with! =)

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  4. Waneda

    Just stopped by after visiting My Pink Life blog. You have a Lovely blog and cute cottage. I’ll be stopping by frequently, hope you don’t mind.

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