A beautiful front porch

Yes it is that time of year to dust off the urns, sweep of the dirt and gussy up that front porch again. Weather  you have a short little stoop or a nice covered porch add some big urns with beautiful flowers and a nice welcome mat. This is the place you set the tone for the rest of your home so make it count!

Senoia, Ga Idea House back porch

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Weekend Thought

Have nothing in your house

that you don’t know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.

-William Morris

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Love this quote I found as the parting thought at the end of the newest Rue Mag issue

Perfect

Perfect: entirely without any flaws, defects, or shortcomings.

This room(s) are totally perfect in my book. The color scheme, the pillows, the backsplash in the kitchen. The little benches under the table behind the chair, the layered rugs and pretty french doors. This room is totally attainable too. I bet you could find every piece in this room online or from a big box store. I know you would not break the bank recreating this room.

 It’s perfect!

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