Happy Labor Day to you all!
i am so excited to get this post up today and to finally share with you what i brought back from my Yosemite trip..
We had such a wonderful time and if you have ever been there before, then you'll understand when i say that it was just magical!
What i brought back was not something i purchased from any store but rather something i found.
With all the huge pine trees and pinecones that cover the Yosemite grounds, I was so inspired for the upcoming Fall.
i was lucky enough to come across a huge pile of old tree stumps on one of the trails behind the cabin we rented for the week.
It was instant for me, i knew they would have a new life in my home.
i sorted through the pile and picked out two of my favorites and carried them back to our cozy little cabin.
i've been on the hunt for a unique coffee table for quite some time now.
i was looking for something i could take out of it's original context and make my own or just something really special and different.
With the winter season around the corner, this coffee table couldn't be more appropriate.
Just last night we threw some logs on the fire..
we've been experiencing some cold and chilly nights here... burr!
once i got them home i made sure to check for little buggies...
and i also hosed them down.
My future plan for the winter is to change out the jute rug for a sheep skin rug
Just in case you were wondering..
My new authentic German grain sack is from Maria's wonderful shop Dreamy Whites Online..
it is the perfect accessory to drape over my couch.
The gorgeous taper holders and cute mini latte bowls are from Anthropologie
Today was official the last day of summer for us.
The girls start pre-school tomorrow.
it's going to be an emotional week for me with my babies gone at school, luckily they're only gone two days a week.
This will free up some time get some projects done and once again to come around and visit my favorite blogs and maybe even discover some new ones!
i miss talking to you!
I hope you have a wonderful week my friends!
until next time,