Despite the roller coaster of temps and even snow for some of y’all, Spring has sprung which means it is time for Spring Cleaning. Real talk, if you are like me, you have been indoors, binging on Netflix and chillaxing, well our homes could probably use some attention. I put together a handy dandy checklist of a few activities to get your house spiffy for Spring, take a peek……
It’s Monday! Hope your Father’s Day was a celebration of the special men in your life! Yesterday was also the first day of Summer! It is time to get out and do some fun stuff. I hope to cross all these things off my list before the end of this season. Now some of these are local and easy to access but there’s a road trip in there too!
1 – I’m a real sci-fi fan, so Dragoncon is a must do. This is closer to the end of summer so I have time to plan my costume – Star Trek, SG-13, or Transformers, not sure yet
2 – In the making for years, the Atlanta Beltline is now a popular spot for Atliens for shopping, dining, and fitness with 22 miles of trails
3 – I haven’t been to the “Curb Market” for years, but I’m hearing so many good things about the new Auburn Sweet Market, especially the Sweet Auburn Bakery
4 – What better way to tour The A than the new Atlanta Streetcar and guess what, it is free for the rest of 2015
5 – Summer means vacation and vacation means summer hair. Love the braided top bun – appointment made
6 – Road trip! To the world’s largest yard sale – oh the bargains to be found, maybe even a million dollar painting
7 – Outdoor movie watching is too much fun and Atlantic Station has a great lineup including two of my faves – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Independence Day
8 – This project is probably not going to happen but this makes me want to get it done, perfect use of the space – clean the garage
9 – Another good time outside is an outdoor concert, and there is no shortage of wonderful venues in Atlanta, perhaps Chastain Park or Wolfcreek, wearing this
10 – This project I will get done, a new gallery wall for the living room
What are you doing this summer?
The Good Wife teamed up with Horchow to bring their beautiful set decor to you. The collection includes decorative accessories, furniture and lighting, with price points from $100 to $1000. I really love this collection and it is the first time consumers can purchase the same furniture and accessories featured on a major television show. Here are my favs:
Clockwise from the top:
Bayswater-Floor Lamp – $1110
Riverine-Lamp – $425
Vesali-Horse-Figure – $195
Trefoil-Knot-Sculpture – $520
Falconi-Rectangular-Tray – $275
Luka-Tea-Light-Holders-Tray – $375
INTERLUDE-Chinese-Zodiac-Figures – $265
Be sure to view the entire collection at Horchow.
What tv show inspires your home decorating?
Keep it Pretty,