It is good to have my front porch painted and ready for some good porch sitting *big smile*
Hey, y’all! Welcome to Sweet Sorghum Living–a place to sit a spell with a good cup of coffee and enjoy good conversation about everything from home renovation to gluten-free goodies. Today on the blog, I am finally revealing the freshly painted porch. There are still some touch-ups left to do–thanks to the Robin family building a nest and raising their babies + one of the chains on my beloved swing broke (while the hubby and I were swinging–let’s just say we laughed…afterwards *wink*).
No matter how easy or not so easy the projects are I love gussying up and adding personality to my home!
I have learned a lot through this process–like how to clean old concrete and prep it for paint and how important it is to represent yourself in your decorating–like using vintage coolers for flower pots and mixing blues with rusty treasures. AND at the end of the day, it is important to sit back, relax, and enjoy the fruits of all the labor (and tears *wink*)!
I am so happy to have my rockers and flowers back on the porch!
Once the weather cools off (I am thinking late September), the hubby and I will stencil a pretty pattern on the floor. Currently, it is way too hot it Northeast Tennessee to be tackling such a project *wink*
These colorful vintage coolers are perfect containers for pretty pink geraniums.
Many years ago (like the late 90s), I was into tiles and mosaics. This table was my first major furniture redo. It has resided in Mississippi (twice), Alabama (twice), and now Tennessee!
View from my chair
I have this thing for baskets filled with Gerber Daisies–especially, pink ones!
Thanks so much for sitting a spell with me today as we took a look at my freshly painted front porch. It feels good to have everything back in its place (and out of the yard!).
I am excited to announce that I will be part of the Jonesborough’s Mary B. Martin Program for the Arts Visual & Performing Arts Classes for Fall 2016. I will have two wedding and special events workshops: Charming Chalkboard Wedding Signs (September 16) and Country Table Scape + Table Numbers (September 23). Stay tuned to the blog and my social media for more information about the workshops and registration dates. Don’t hesitate to comment on the blog with questions, message me on Facebook for more details, or stop me on the street to chat about the scoop on my special events classes!