Found a set bar stools that look familiar in this month’s Country Living! Yes, we’re talking about the iron counter stool and it’s the perfect addition to any coastal kitchen. It offers you the perfect high seating for your island or bar and adds a great design piece that serves a purpose. Their simple, metal design also allows the piece to compliment the space without being a large or intrusive eye soar. So pick up the latest Country Living to see this beautiful kitchen they’re featured in and head over to our online store here to add this iron counter stool to your kitchen today! Happy Friday!
We found one of our all time favorite pieces in the latest issue of Country Living! This is not the first or last time you will see this bottle on our blog. Seriously, it’s been spotted before. We love it and how perfectly it works in coastal design. It’s an easy piece to decorate with because it embodies the coastal style in so many ways. Add one of our favorites to your home! Pick it up on our web store here!
Look what we spotted in this month’s Country Living magazine! While flipping through we came across the “Blue Ribbon Kitchen” featuring the metal electric arrow sign with lights! This bright and bold kitchen is decorated with all kinds of fun pieces and filled with lots of charm. Pick up this month’s Country Living to see more of the kitchen, but head over to our web store to buy the metal electric arrow sign here and add it to your kitchen today! Happy Friday!
With summer in full swing it’s time to consider setting up a fire pit if you don’t have one in your backyard. It’s a great place for the family to gather and spend the summer nights together. If you don’t have one, we’ve got three tips to help you get started. So keep reading and let’s make that fire pit happen this summer!
1. Make It Official.
First things first, find out what the rules and regulations are for a fire pit in your area. You might be in an area that has a high fire alert during the summer season which means strict laws or regulations, other areas are more relaxed. Safety first when it comes to fire and there’s no reason to risk it.
2. Built In or Portable.
After you find out what the rules are for your new fire pit it’s time to decide how you want to go about it. Do you want to build a permanent installation or do you want something you can move around and store during the off seasons? With both styles there are pros and cons. Some things to consider are price, style and size.
3. Pick Your Location.
Last, but definitely not least, you need to pick your location. This needs to be your favorite spot in your backyard. Maybe a spot with a view? Maybe a spot with lots of space? Pick your spot, set up your fire pit and then break out the marshmallows while you enjoy the summer nights around the fire.