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Beautiful Faux Lavender Planter

Spring is around the corner and I’m thinking about refreshing my decor. My faux lavender planter I diy-ed a few years ago is still so beautiful to me!

Do you have a favorite DIY that you just can’t let go of?

In cleaning out all my home decor, I came across this beautiful DIY Faux Lavender plants that I placed in a limewashed terracotta planter.

Limewash isn't just for bricks! Try these creative decor ideas!

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They are still one of my favorite artificial plants to bring out once the Spring temps start showing up.

The light purple flowers make me smile, so I can’t let go of them just yet.

It’s a super duper simple project that you can finish in just a few hours.

Simply grab a white ceramic pot, or whitewash some like I did, some artificial lavender plants, and wire cutters.

I did not get a green thumb, so I’m always looking for the perfect way to make silk flower arrangements look like the real thing!

I share the full tutorial on how to arrange the plant to make it look real in this post.

But if you are looking for real lavender flowers, I love these from Fast Growing Trees. They have lots of small plants to choose from. In fact, I’m looking for an outdoor tree from them for our front yard!

Happenings at Home

The Urge to Purge Project is still going strong. We took a full car load to donate and it felt so good to lighten our load.

I’ve tackled some home decor and the boys cleaned out their closets, but I’m now looking at my home office.

I’m on the hunt for beautiful home office decor to help me organize this space better. This article has some good tips!

New Projects

Did you see the behind the scenes of our kitchenette project on instagram this week?

We had a complete design plan change up that I’m super excited about.

But it left our walls in really poor shape.

Yup – those are holes and damaged drywall that we found beneath the beadboard we removed.

But the new design plan has us super excited.

Favorites from the Week

Since Spring is around the corner, I am looking for a few new quality pieces to add to my decor.

Like this hyacinth tray, these white pillows, and this jasmine wreath.

I am eyeballing this beautiful muslin blanket for our upstairs living room.

And with such a busy week juggling projects, the art of slowing down is something I need to learn.

This list of most googled interior design trends surprised me.

Speaking of faux flowers, here are some of the prettiest silk flowers I’ve seen!

After scraping ceilings this week, I wish I would have read this article first. Amanda shares a great way to decide between scraping the popcorn or planking over it.

A few months ago, we moved our dining room table into our eat-in kitchen.

Welcome Home Saturday with
Midwest Life and Style

I am so happy that Jen from Midwest Life and Style is joining us again as guest host.

You will love her seasonal stylings and projects on her website.

She just shared some beautiful home decor finds for spring.

And I love this front door basket Jen made!

And scroll down to see Jen’s tips for decorating your kitchen counters for Spring along with the other awesome posts from my friends!

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