Homestyle Gathering is your homekeeping destination for all things home.
I’m so excited to share with you that Paula from Virginia Sweet Pea is your host this week! And she has picked out some lovely features for you to enjoy! Be sure and check out her blog. You will love all the inspiration she shares there!
Welcome to Homestyle Gathering!
Hi! I’m Paula, and I’m delighted to be a guest host for this week’s Homestyle Gathering party. I blog at Sweet Pea where I share DIY projects, decorating with vintage, recipes, fashion, and occasionally a post about gardening or travel. I’m a homebody and I’m happiest when I’m home with my husband and dog working on a project.
A fun fact for you is that Kim and I live in the same general area of Virginia. We haven’t yet met in person, but we hope to do so soon. Julie and I chat with each other on Facebook and also Instagram and I hope to one day meet her in person as well.
Homestyle Gathering is open Tuesday through Saturday.
Bloggers, link-up your posts for a chance to be one of the five features for next week. You may also be chosen as a guest host, normally every 4th party.
Meet Your Hosts:
Here’s what we’ve been up to lately:
And now for this week’s features:
Lacey and Kim, a mother daughter duo from Styled with Lace, shared Kim’s Elegant Farmhouse Spring to Summer Kitchen. Kim’s kitchen is so beautiful and she also shares the decor in her sunroom.
Judith from Botanic Bleu shared a tea party in her garden showcasing her Texas Bluebonnets in full bloom. I’ve heard of Texas Bluebonnets my entire life and I enjoyed seeing Judith’s in bloom and I also enjoyed her tea party table.
Kippi from Kippi at Home shared a beautiful garden screen trellis that she DIY’d for her yard. She added lanterns and hanging baskets to her trellis and the end result is amazing.
Benita from Chasing Quaintness shared her master bedroom makeover reveal. I love the color pallete that she used, the board and batten that she added, and the creative way that she added art over her bed.
Pam from Busy Lifestyle Gal shared the secret to planting a great hanging basket. I’m itching to change out all of my planters from pansies to summer annual plants and when I do, Pam’s tips will be helpful to remember to make my containers look their best.
Many thanks to Kim and Julie for inviting me to be a guest host for this week’s Homestyle Gathering party. I enjoyed picking this week’s features and found some new-to-me blogs to start following.
Let’s Party! Link Away!
Since this is a party we encourage all who link up to visit several other links and spread some love – comments and pins are always welcome. Thank you for joining us this week! Before getting started, please review our rules:
- This party is for home decor and related homekeeping posts only. Link up to 3 related posts. Please do not link up informational posts that do not relate to the topic.
- Please do NOT link up shops, advertising, round-ups, other link parties, or any posts promoting sales.
- DO NOT PIN FROM IMAGES ON THIS PAGE – pin from the source of the photo
- By linking to the party, you give us permission to share your projects on our blogs and social media with proper credit always given.
Now It’s Your Turn
Bloggers, link up! And everyone, take a look at all the inspiration the links have to offer!