Okay, I'm going to say something a little crazy. I don't like Valentine's Day decor. It's not the colors, or the theme, or the holiday itself. But when you walk down the Valentine Decor Aisle it all looks like you're throwing a children's party. I encourage you to think outside of the box for Valentine's … Continue reading Valentine’s Day Mantle
Recently Willa Interiors was featured on the cover of the Josephine Magazine. I arranged a Thanksgiving table-scape, mixing pine garland with my leaves to give it that cozy winter feel. Here are some photos from the photo shoot, hopefully you'll feel inspired for when you set your table next week! You can check out the … Continue reading Thanksgiving Table-scape
"And the sun took a step back, the leaves lulled themselves to sleep and Autumn was awakened." - Raquel Franco Fall is no doubt one of the most beautiful times of the year! I wanted to share my Fall table-scape with you, to inspire for the new season approaching! T H E D E T … Continue reading Dining Room | Fall Decor
Hi friends! If you've followed me for some time you know thrifting is one of my favorite activities. I have been wanting to cover more detail on this subject so I am going to do a series of things I ONLY buy at the thrift store, and things I WON'T buy at the thrift store. … Continue reading What I Will ONLY Buy At The Thrift Shop!
Alert! Alert! My new obsession, cabinet wreaths. Okay fine, wreaths in general. I could put them on every wall, in every room and probably see no problem in it. Ethan has to stop me in my madness from time to time! So I recently refinished this Hoosier Cabinet in my kitchen. (Read all about that … Continue reading My new obsession, cabinet wreaths!
Am I the only one that grew up with Hoosier Cabinets all over the house? These were a staple in the Mason household. My mother used them for kitchens, toy rooms, offices. What can I say? We love a good Hoosier in our family! Needless to say I inherited one when I got married and … Continue reading Hoosier Cabinet Makeover
Let's face it, Pinterest is addictive! It's like food for the creative soul. I am going to be transparent, sometimes it is downright discouraging. I look at my fabulous and carefully created boards, then I look around my house and think "Why doesn't it look like that?" Oh that's right, because people live in my … Continue reading What I use Pinterest For
I am constantly looking for quick, inexpensive, and healthy meals to make for dinner. The problem in those three words (quick, inexpensive, and healthy) don't typically go together! I thought I would share this meal I made that has become my favorite go to for this summer! Chicken Pesto Spaghetti: Ingredients Spaghetti Squash Jar of … Continue reading Favorite Summer Meal
Hello friends! I decorated a mantle for Memorial Day. When decorating for seasons and holidays I never want to get too cheesy and tacky. This is my take on a patriotic themed mantle. (Use it for both Memorial Day & 4th of July!) Everything you see is available at Hobby Lobby (minus the clock, which is … Continue reading Memorial Day Mantle
Mom's are all together such a special person. They deserve to be honored big time! This year my sister, husband and myself will be out of town for Mother's Day. We decided to have an early dinner to celebrate together! I called it The Celebration Of Mothers! I used heirloom dishes and decor from my … Continue reading Mother’s Day Dinner
Not all of our rooms can be a perfect square with all the windows and doors in the perfect place, and your furniture fits just where it needs to. That's just not reality. So when my friends Trevor and Amy approached me about helping with their living room I was happy to take on the … Continue reading Long John Living Rooms
I recently got into the ideology of minimalism. I have been reading articles and watching documentaries on the topic. I even started Project333. (click here if you'd like to learn what that is!) I am currently on week 4 of the project and I am loving it! I am not a minimalist by nature, and … Continue reading Becoming a Minimalist