So…remember the other day I shared a photo of our disaster of a patio? In case you don’t, here are some more photos of it to jog your memory.
Well, the good news is that it got that way mostly due to laziness. So it really was nothing a little elbow grease couldn’t fix.
But sometimes, elbow grease alone isn’t enough. The dead plants in all our pots screamed neglect. My husband, our resident green thumb (because I am not at all horticulturally inclined) decided we had to remedy that. :: READ THE FULL POST
Yeah…so you may have noticed that Green Your Decor hasn’t exactly been active lately. I have no excuse. Life just happened. On any given day, I’m working on half a dozen different things, and it doesn’t leave as much time for blogging as I would like. I wish I were writing this to say that I’ll be going back to a daily posting schedule. But the truth is, after about 2 years of infrequent posting, I’ve admitted to myself that’s not going to happen. :: READ THE FULL POST
I have a habit of savings thing I “can eventually use.” Wine bottles, corks, cookie tins, strips of ribbon, plastic packaging components — you name it, and I have saved it, promising myself that I’d one day make use of it in some as yet unknown project. Well in honor of Earth Day (yesterday) and my 4-year blogiversary (yes, it crept up on me this year, because it was last week), I decided to finally do something with all that…well…stuff. Or at least some of it. :: READ THE FULL POST
Happy Halloween from me and Ja’Naya the peacock! We hope you/your kids got all the candy you/they can eat On a side note…
WE NEED YOUR VOTES!
I entered Ja’Naya in 2 costume contests on Facebook, and we’d love to get your votes. If you like her costume, please VOTE HERE (Juan of Words) and VOTE HERE (Children’s Place)! Thanks in advance!
A Michelle Kaufmann-designed Breezehouse, by Blu Homes. Do I really need to explain this one? OK. Simply put, it’s green, and it’s freaking gorgeous! Oh yeah. And it’s a house. That we would own. Sure beats an apartment…
EKLA Home Kristina sectional sofa: In the gray fabric shown, NOT bright green, of course. It is made of natural rubber, 100% organic U.S.-grown and -milled wool dyed with fiber reactive low-impact, non-toxic dye, 100% organic cotton barrier cloth, FSC-certified alder frame and legs, recycled steel springs and Safecoat no VOC stain. About as green as it gets. :: READ THE FULL POST