Friends! I am so thankful you’re here. As you can tell, I have been slowly trying to share more sessions with you. I love love love sharing them so it has been fun to slowly make my way back into this space!
Today, I am honored to share my home with you among many other friends! Our home maintains a simple, coastal feel throughout the year. In fact, I had to back out from sharing our mantle with you because it is so simple! We have two candle sticks and picture frame at the moment! The same goes for other surfaces. I’m trying to maintain the minimalist look simply because it is so easy to MAINTAIN. There is not a ton of clutter to pick up and move when trying to wipe down surfaces, and ESPECIALLY now with everyone home, it has been nice to be able to use our surfaces as desks, etc.
So here it is!
Simple. Simple. Simple.
Touches of blue that we love. As you can tell, I threw a quick coat of a soft blue on my dining room and moved my rug from my bedroom. I love that it calms the space and this indoor/outdoor rug also from Orian is so easy to clean. I was so excited to share this little centerpiece with you but our kitten keeps throwing the dirt out!
We still love walking by this room and seeing how neat it stays. We still love the rug. So much so that it’s all I can do not to order three more just like it for all of the rooms downstairs! The blue on this wall is similar to the blue we painted our table!
Our kitchen has not changed much either. We have kept our simple mints and whites in here to accent our blues just enough. Our kitten struck again and knocked over my favorite cake stand so now I’m using this little box/tray to contain the soap, my new favorite counter spray and a plant. Plus, my new favorite little sprayer to water my two indoor plants! Haha!
These pillows have been on the floor so many times in the short three days we have been home together but that is again, why we try to keep it so simple. EASY to maintain!
How about you? How are you holding up through this pandemic? I have seen so many memes floating around yet simultaneously so much wisdom. This is such a time to hold those close to us, enjoy a slower pace and exhale. I had to cancel dance for a few weeks and it absolutely broke my heart. Sports are canceled, birthday parties and showers are canceled but my sister-in-law shared this with me yesterday morning and that is the perspective we are trying to keep, as well.
You are a gift, friend. We are so grateful for you.
This week I’m joined by some of my talented blogging friends who are also sharing their Spring Home Tours with you. Be sure to see what they are sharing by clinking the links below the images.
Also sharing with me today, are…
Life is a Party
Town and Country Living
Finding Silver Pennies
Sharing the rest of this week…
The Happy Housie
Grace in My Space
Life is Better at Home
She Gave it a Go
Amidst the Chaos
All Things With Purpose
Tatertots & Jello
Deeply Southern Home
The DIY Mommy
Home Made Lovely
Willow Street Interiors
Sincerely, Marie Designs
Rooms FOR Rent
House by Hoff
The Tattered Pew
your home is lovely as always, and love the coastal vibe you have going on! it feels so relaxed!
Always so light, bright, and airy! Lovely home, Amber. Take care of you and yours!
The picture in your living room. What does it say & where did you get it ? Your house is awsome & such an inspiration!! Thank you!!
I always love popping by and seeing your relaxing coastal home! Loved seeing your kiddos and the cats. What a strange time. Today was the first day we got a little schedule going and it was wonderful to have some time to get blogging and work done. Thank your for the spring tour xx