10 Pretty Things For Spring & Summer

As some of you may already know, we are renovating the exterior of our home. I’ve been spending a lot of time on Google and Pinterest trying to find the right things for it. As well, it’s time for spring and summer fashions, so I’ve devoted this post to some of my favorite findings that I’m happy to share with my wonderful readers.

#1 Eyelet Dress from Anthropologie


#2 Sexy Heels: Biaritz Espadrille Heels, $218


#3 Copper Topiary Pedestal Birdbath – $239


#4 – Onyx Faux Stone Candle 30″ Wide Espresso Outdoor Chandelier – $499

This is the chandelier I have chosen for our front porch. I am very excited about it and think it will make a lovely entranceway.


#5 Catalina Necklace, $67.50


#6 Large Clock, Homestead Gardens, $269

This is the clock I picked up from our local shop called Homestead Gardens. It will be the statement piece on our screened-in porch. This photo is deceiving. It’s enormous!


#7 Fairylighting – String Lights for Porches, $14.47

Fairy String Lights#8 Flower boxes for your home

Flower boxes add color and charm to your home. Can’t wait to have one in front of our dining room window.FlowerBoxes#9 Colorful Dinnerwear

These beautiful plates come in pastel colors and add a touch of sweetness to your outdoor or indoor dining.


#10 Maxi Dress

All women look beautiful in a flowing maxi dress. Treat yourself to one this spring.

Maxi Dress

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4 thoughts on “10 Pretty Things For Spring & Summer

  1. I love flower boxes filled with hanging flowers. It always seems so exotic and European. Perhaps I just need to get out more.

    1. I agree…I’ve always admired British gardens. They know how to grow lovely flowers and brighten up their properties (and castles) with them. I’m trying to achieve that cottage garden look…one that looks like it’s grown with wild abandon, yet there’s a method to the madness…

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