My love for country decor has grown over the years and my decorating style has evolved to include many rustic items. I showed you a few weeks ago my collectionof blue Ball jars and for today’s Friday Favorites, I’d like to share a few more rustic decor ideas for your home.
I’ve always been a country girl. Some people find that hard to believe when they find out I was born and raised in Queens, NY. In fact when I was putting my wedding registry together so many years ago, I put down that my decorating style was country. Our house is filled with a collection of items some people would call hand-me-downs, but I love them. AND I love finding new rustic pieces to fit in our house and these are just a few of my favorites this week.
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What I love about these Glass Canisters is the chalkboard labels. So easy to change what’s inside!
These would look great on a counter filled with tea bags, K-cups and sugar packets. Or add a scoop and fill them up with different types of flour.
I love the blue on this storage cubby. This would look great hanging on the wall in your mud room
and there’s a spot to put the keys or loose change. How cute are the close pins to hang photos!
This utensil caddy is essential if you do a lot of entertaining. I love the chalkboard tags also.
Like many people, I love candles and one of my favorite brands is Yankee Candle. This color blue is pretty and would look great in my kitchen and the smell of moonlight is really nice too.
And finally, I have this bread canister. My sister-in-law, Beth, gave it to me when she updated her kitchen a few years ago.
And one last favorite this week is this book I recently downloaded onto my phone. I found this book a few weeks ago and love it. I shared it on my Facebook page and thought I would share it here with you.The Power of Praying for your Adult Children…
Originally from Queens, NY, Lois now calls northeastern PA home. You can find her blogging over at Walking on Sunshine where she shares a little of her life, but more importantly what’s for dinner at her house tonight.
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