Thursday, February 19, 2015

A Few of My Favorite Things

Hi there! I wanted to share with you a few of my favorite things…

an olive tree, French harvest basket and Anthropologie tassel throw.

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I’ve always wanted an olive tree. And I thought it would look nice in this French harvest basket. Of course, anything looks great in a harvest basket :) Our walls are painted Cotton Fluff by BEHR. And the warm white makes the tree “pop”, don’t you think?

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With some extra Christmas money, I purchased the Anthropologie Temple Bells Throw (which happens to be ON SALE NOW). It has a wonderful texture! And when I’m not snuggled under it on the sofa, I store it on our vintage ladder. It also looks fabulous across the end of our bed. I love whites and raw wood together. Oh, and Jovi B had to jump in and photo bomb! LOL

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We sold the hemp linen patchwork pillows at our Barn Sale…I loved them so much, I got a couple for our den. I really like the mixture of different textures.

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I found the wooden vintage ladder at Canton Trade Days a few years ago…it serves as one of our most versatile pieces. I’ve moved it all around our home, and used it for so many different purposes.

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The boots, which came from DSW, were a gift for Christmas from my family. I wear them with everything. I guess the boots are one of my favorites too :)

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I’m hoping the olive tree is easy to keep alive…so far, so good. I’m wondering if after the weather warms up, should I plant it in the yard?

Do you have an olive tree? What are some of your favorite things right now?

Have a lovely weekend, friends!



Faded Charm said...

Everything looks great and I think we have a lot of the same "favorites"!


Faded Charm said...

Everything looks great and I think we have a lot of the same "favorites"!


Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

I love your favorites. Even your photo bomber!

I found this on the net on

Zones 8 (10°ree;F) and warmer can grow Olive trees outdoors. Before planting, give your plant a gradual introduction to direct sun and stiff breezes. Set the pot in a sheltered, lightly shaded spot, increasing the exposure to sun and wind each day. Check the potting mix and water thoroughly if it’s dry 1 inch below the surface. At the end of a week, your plant will be ready to go into the ground.

Olive trees may be planted outdoors in Zone 8 or warmer areas. Choose a spot for your Olive that receives full sun (at least 6 hours of direct sun each day) and is protected from drying winds. The soil should be fertile but very well drained.

Paige Rose said...

Simple & refreshing..Love it! I'm not going to lie I love the doggy picture the most hehe!!


Tante Mali said...

Love olive trees too! They are always a small piece of the south! BUT your dog is my favorite!
All my best

NanaDiana said...

How soothing and pretty. I love it, Becky. I wish I DID have an olive tree. xo Diana

Chrissy...The Apothecary Shop said...

Hey stranger...looking lovely as always! Your olive tree is perfect in that basket and love your blanket,i seem to have a real blanket fetish this winter!! Hope everyone is well and happy, xo

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