Hi everyone! I am Sherry and I write the blog No Minimalist Here. It’s so exciting to be hosting this week and I truly appreciate you visiting.
My husband and I bought a house nine months ago and I have been busy trying to make it our home. Our most recent project was removing a wall and adding new wood floors. Decorating the new dining room is what we are working on now. I hope you will drop by and see our progress so far.
It’s always hard to choose just a few features each week because ya’ll are such a talented bunch. I hope you enjoy my selections from last week.
Rita at May Days shared her beautiful blue and white Spring tablescape. Did you notice the creative use of fence pickets?
Liz and her husband built this wonderful pergola and landscaped their yard beautifully. Visit Home To Cottage to see more.
I love Beignets and whenever we visit New Orleans Café de Monde is my first stop for these little pastries. The Painted Apron shared this fabulous recipe at last week’s party.
I admit I have potting shed envy every time I visit Mary at Home Is Where The Boat Is. How beautiful is this Spring vignette?
7 thoughts on “Share Your Style Party #9 – Rita at May Days”
Hi Sherry, Thanks so much for sharing my Potting Shed Seed Box! I'm honored to be included among all the inspiration here here each week!
Thanks for hosting the party!!! Off to see what everyone has been up to :o)
Love seeing your dining room…great features and thanks for hosting Sherry…have a great day!
Sherry, your kitchen is so gorgeous and springified!
Thanks to all for hosting and sending wishes for a great weekend!
Hello beautiful! Thank you for hosting such a great party! Please take a moment to stop by our party. We pin and tweet your masterpieces!
Lou Lou Girls
Love your house Sherry, I love the dining area and can't wait to see more. I have just had an interview on Houzz so sharing a little of my home in a post and a recent makeover of an old trunk which I gave a coastal look.
I love the French country look of your house, it is a style I would really like but my house is just not the right house for it. One day I hope to build something and have my dream home, it will either be French style or New England, not sure which.
Love your pretty kitchen! Thanks for hosting!