Welcome to Share Your Style! I hope the new year is off to a great start for you. One of my goals for 2018 is to take a better care of my health and one new habit I am enjoying is drinking tea every day. I set up a tea beverage station in our kitchen and I selected some teas that will not only warm up my colds hands but also raise my internal heat and support my immune system this winter. You can find all of the details of my winter beverage station here.
And now, onto the party…
Hello everyone and welcome to Share Your Style #152. I am Lisa from Feathering My Empty Nest, and I’m so happy to be your host this evening.
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Recently on Feathering My Empty Nest, I shared:
As I said at the beginning of my recent Fireside Supper post, the holidays are over and “baby, it’s cold outside!” However, looking over last week’s link-ups, I am warmed by all of the great ideas posted by so many talented bloggers. As usual, it was hard to narrow down my favorites, but since New Years’ resolutions are often about transformations, I’ve chosen some links that inspire me to look at things with a fresh eye and make changes for the better in the upcoming year.
This Week’s Featured Links:
Liz from That Skinny Chick Can Bake shared a recipe for Spinach Feta Pinwheels in which she transformed Greek spanakopita or spinach pie into appealing party-ready spirals using puff pastry instead of the traditional filo dough.
Lindsey from Repurpose and Upcycle’stransformation of her beach condo from, as she says, a dated “Margaritaville” into a modern farmhouse style is nothing short of amazing. The new gray and white color palette and rustic furnishings make it a truly serene and relaxing sanctuary to get away from it all.
Since one of my New Year’s resolutions is to remodel my own closet, another transformation that caught my eye was the beautiful master bedroom closet that Colleen from Life On Kaydeross Creek built on a budget. Seeing her before and after photos gives me hope for the future of the jumbled mess I currently call my closet.
My final feature this week is from Susan of the blog, Homeroad. She found the window of an old hutch by the roadside, brought it home, and transformed it into a stunning architectural display piece.
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