Weekend Reading

November 15, 2013

Hello friends, what are your weekend plans? I’m staring at a calendar that has absolutely nothing on it (unheard of this time of year) and I intend to take advantage of that emptiness by filling it with something relaxing and fun especially since we’re still enjoying nice weather (no rain yet, it’s bizarre!). How lovely is this outdoor tablescape? Get inspired by several other autumn tablescapes in this gallery

outdoor table setting

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A few articles I enjoyed reading this week…

The novice’s guide to a flawless Thanksgiving.

10 essential Thanksgiving techniques.

Should you go to design school?

A great roundup of midcentury modern sofa retailers.

Wow, I want his lettering skills.

Entertaining apps for long flights.

George Clooney’s rules for living.

Two months sailing through Antarctic waters.

Career advice from comedians.

Honest slogans (made me laugh).

 

My articles around the web:

spaces for reading chairs

all natural autumn centerpieces

Spaces for Reading Chairs

All Natural Autumn Centerpieces

painting a front door

small space decorating

Tips for Painting a Front Door

Shopping Guide: Small Space Decorating

Enjoy the links and have a great weekend!

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6 Responses to “Weekend Reading”

  1. Jennifer says:

    Thank you for the articles to read. They look very helpful. I’m excited to read them this weekend.

  2. Tim Hazlett says:

    I really like the different tables and how they are set up. All seem rustic and elegant at the same time. Enjoy your weekend off.

  3. Heidi says:

    What is the source for the third picture (gray bedroom) in the spaces for reading chairs article? I’d like to know where the window coverings are from. Thanks!

  4. debtgirl says:

    I love weekends when nothing is penciled in. But I usually have an hour or so that something needs to be done for my daughter. I really want to go and see the Book Thief this weekend.
    Enjoy your space!

  5. CentsationalGirl says:

    That’s a BH&G Image – I’ve seen similar curtains at Overstock Heidi.
    Kate

  6. Kathryn says:

    I am having a wonderful time making the wrapping paper wreath to hang on the door of her apartment in Assisted Living. I like to do something different for her for each holiday, and this wreath is going to be great! I am using Christmasy scrapbook paper I had on hand, and each piece is four inches long instead of the gradation. So much fun! Thank you for the tutorial.

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