Fall Home Tour: Tablescape

You know I love a good tablescape! I love the creativity involved and also how having a lovely set table brings a sense of love and togetherness. It reminds me of holidays growing up and the anticipation I felt as a child for an important meal & time with my family. This year, I put together a little fall inspiration for you. I worked in some of my favorite navy blue accents along with lots of neutrals, greens and little pops of orange. This country farmhouse style is a look I love for the holiday season because it has a simple feel and also a very “at home” look as well. I also love to bring in pattern with the plaid chargers (product list at bottom of post) and the striped bowls. The centerpiece is one I made from 2 bunches of Costco flowers. I purchased the garden bunch and some white hydrangeas. I wanted a look that was neutral and fresh with a twist of fall. Hope you enjoy this Autumn tablescape inspiration! Photos by the amazing Jessie Alexis Photography.

Plaid Chargers: Michaels Craft Store

Striped Bowls: Gordmans

Burlap Leaves: Hobby Lobby

Acorn Decor: Michaels Craft Store

Floral Centerpiece: Costco


ChloeSeptember 20, 2015 - 11:02 pm

I LOVE the colors you used here, they are unique and original, which is a breath of fresh air. Beautifully done!

Carrie @ Curly Crafty MomSeptember 21, 2015 - 12:00 pm

This dining area space is SO beautiful with all the pumpkins, the oranges and the blue. All of your different pumpkins are so fun, too! I would love if you could share this at our Fall Craftacular Holiday party that is going on this week- curlycraftymom.com!!


adminSeptember 23, 2015 - 3:24 pm

Thanks so much, Chloe!

adminSeptember 23, 2015 - 3:25 pm

Thanks Carrie! Will do :)

Bethany at The Southern CoutureSeptember 24, 2015 - 10:22 am

What a beautiful home tour! I love how simple but beautiful everything looks. It gives me so much inspiration for my house too.

Thank you for sharing at The Creative Corner. I can’t wait to see what you share this week too.

NitaSeptember 24, 2015 - 11:10 am

I can’t get over how pretty this is! Just keep on stating at my screen. You’re so amazing at design. Do you do holiday home styling?

Antonella | White House CraftsSeptember 27, 2015 - 2:54 pm

Wow, so beautiful! I found you on Chic on a Shoestring. Visiting from White House Crafts!

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Fall Recipe: Zuchinni Bundt Cake

Best Fall Recipes! This Zuchinni Bundt Cake is #1!! Super easy and delicious,

Love, love, love this simple & delicious recipe that I got from my sister! It is a zuchinni bread recipe, but I always do it in a bundt cake pan so it looks pretty & can be displayed on my cake stand. The perfect Fall treat that’s made with ingredients you most likely already have on hand.


  • 1 Cup Oil (I use Extra Virgin Olive Oil)
  • 2 Cups Sugar
  • 3 Eggs
  • 3 tsp. Vanilla
  • 2 Cups Shredded Zuchinni
  • 3 Cups Flour
  • 1 tsp. Baking Soda
  • 1 tsp. Salt
  • 3 tsp. Cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp. Baking Powder
  1. Combine oil, sugar & eggs in large mixing bowl. Beat Well. (I just throw them into my KitchenAid Mixer).
  2. Blend in Vanilla & Zuchinni.
  3. In a separate bowl combine all dry ingredients.
  4. Add dry ingredients to oil mixture and blend well.
  5. Pour into bundt cake pan or 2 loaf pans.
  6. Bake @ 350 degrees for 45 min- 1 hour depending on your oven.
  7. Sprinkle the top with cinnamon sugar.

Note: You can also add 1/2 cup chopped nuts if you’d like. These should be added after all ingredients are mixed and before the batter is poured into the pans.

Enjoy & Happy Beginning of Fall!


Kelsie AdamsSeptember 20, 2015 - 3:56 pm

I love this recipe! Just tried it out & it was so easy and delicious. Thank you for sharing!

Mollie’s Home Tour: Master Bathroom

To kick off the week, we finally have a tour of the master bathroom for you! I wanted this room to have an antique feel with modern elements and luxuries + a slight farmhouse & coastal vibe of course… because that’s my language. I also wanted to do a different color scheme in this space. A deeper, tone on tone feel with pops of white. A lot of master bathrooms these days are done in white marble and while I think that’s super pretty, it just felt too formal for my taste. I wanted a spa-like retreat with a “worn-in” feel that was comfortable and a little casual. The color palette is greys, blacks, spa green and white. I like the pops of green & black with the otherwise neutral tones. I also went with antique brass fixtures in a vintage style to achieve a more authentic antique feel. I was inspired by the bathrooms at the mansions in Newport Rhode Island built in the early 1900’s.

We used grey-wash wood looking tile for the wall behind the tub. It is both practical & interesting. I wanted this space to have a lot of character and I think this wood-looking wall behind the tub adds a lot. For the shower we used a more modern tile with similar tones. The small hexagons make a great accent for the backs of the shelves and the shower floor. And because these tiles accents in the shower and tub areas do provide quite a bit of texture & appeal, I went with a more subtle floor tile that has a slate look, but in shades of cream and grey. Neutral limestone countertops add some contrast against the black stained cabinetry. Sleek European style sinks add some modern flair and the pedestal tub which I had painted on the exterior adds a fun splash of color. This same Spa Green was brought in on the round mirrors as well. A couple other fun modern additions are the hexagon towel holders and the Euro glass shower enclosure. We have loved this space! Enjoy these lovely images captured by Jessie Alexis Photography…

Light Fixtures above mirrors (I painted mine gold)

PatsySeptember 20, 2015 - 3:57 pm

This is such a unique bathroom. I love it. And those sinks are incredible!!!

Hillary WalterOctober 2, 2015 - 1:10 pm

Hi! I LOVE your bathroom! Can you please share the paint color for the tub?

adminOctober 6, 2015 - 1:43 pm

Thanks Hillary! The tub color is Restoration Hardware’s “Light Silver Sage”.

The latest from Oakwood Homes!


Amanda and I recently attended an awesome Oakwood Homes Blogger event that was amazing. We were able to tour a few model homes and we were completely blown away! So many gorgeous features to take in. We wanted to share some of our favorite features here… First up, we LOVED the way there is a window above the range in many of the homes. Genius! And so beautiful. While you’re cooking you can look out and take in the beautiful outdoors and view. Makes the task a lot less daunting if you ask us! Next, we loved the diversity of choices in color palettes and finishes for the homes. Each home is so unique and that’s what we really appreciate. They don’t feel cookie cutter at all. Love the beautiful color selections shown below… colored cabinets and gorgeous glossy subway tile, with lovely flooring too!

Another beautiful kitchen with unique choices. How pretty is that island?! The eat-in islands, are another favorite feature of ours. The modern family often gathers around the island and having seating for so many makes Oakwood Homes kitchens very family-friendly and comfortable for everyday living. We also adore the contrast between the cabinetry and trim molding around the range. Such a standout feature!

The built-in’s around the TV are perfect for keeping things out of sight and classy looking. So much storage & function with a clean & classic feel. These kinds of features are what make Oakwood Homes custom and tailored to your lifestyle. Hope you’ve enjoyed this tour! Go see the model homes for yourself, there are so many great communities throughout Utah!



Mollie’s Home Tour: Kitchen + Dining

The saying that the kitchen is the heart of the home may be cliche, but it’s also downright true! And this space is one of my favorite places to be. For those of you who follow us on Instagram (@designlovesdetail) and have asked, I’m happy to tell you I’ve got a link list at the bottom of this post with the products I used in this space– just leave a comment on this post if you have any other questions! I wanted to create a kitchen and dining area that had a coastal + farmhouse feel, so that’s just what I did!! I went with a wide plank white oak laminate that has a weathered feel. The light & bright color palette on the cabinets & walls was aimed at achieving the airy beach vibe (paint colors listed at bottom of post). I designed the cabinetry & island and drew a bunch of pictures, which were then turned into plans & fabricated.

The antique brass fixtures and hardware add a bit of understated glamour, while the rustic farm shelf & industrial metal chairs give that farmhouse feel. A white fireclay farmhouse sink was also an essential piece– make sure to shop around & look online if you’re in the market for a new sink. We found our farmhouse sink as a closeout model for around $400.  I went with a grey & white granite for the island, rather than marble because of the better durability– marble can stain a lot easier than granite and I have 3 little kids! For the other countertops we went with a dark quartz for contrast. And then I added pops of navy blue, because… well, I’m a navy blue addict. Haha.

One of my favorite elements in this space is the table that I designed & my husband built. One day he told me he wanted to build a table and he was ready to get going on it asap, so he asked me how I wanted it to look. I scribbled a couple drawings on a scrap paper right then and that was that. He figured out how to make it and I love it so much! People often ask where we purchased it and it makes my man so proud. haha. I think I’ll let the pictures do the rest of the talking… once again beautifully captured by the lovely & talented Jessie of Jessie Alexis Photography!

Pendants Over Island:

St. Charles 3 Light Outdoor Hanging Lantern

St. Charles 3 Light Outdoor Hanging Lantern

Regular Price: From $158.65


Industrial Classics Garvin 26" Bar Stool

Industrial Classics Garvin 26 Bar Stool

Regular Price: $138.54

Kitchen Chairs:

Amara Side Chair

Amara Side Chair

Regular Price: $89.21

Kitchen Faucet (mine is “Vintage Brass” color):

Heritage 8" Spread Deck Mount Double Handle Widespread Bridge Faucet with Porcelain Cross Handles

Heritage 8 Spread Deck Mount Double Handle Widespread Bridge Faucet with Porcelain Cross Handles

Regular Price: From $188.63

Dining Room Basket Light (I painted mine): Target (they currently have 2 discounts, which save you about $65!)

Cabinet Pulls: Lowes

Glass Knobs: Hobby Lobby

Island Granite: River White

Quartz Countertop: Gunmetal

Kitchen Cabinets: Super White by Benjamin Moore

Kitchen Island: Antique Jade by Benjamin Moore

Wall Color: Stonington Gray (at 75%) by Benjamin Moore



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Rachel B.June 17, 2015 - 9:51 am

I loooove your floors!! Okay, I love the entire space and just sent the link to my hubby asking if we could recreate this in our house/kitchen! I’m looking for similar flooring right now….any details you can share would be super helpful. Brand, store you purchased from, etc. Thanks!!!

EmilyJune 30, 2015 - 10:19 pm

Honestly the most beautiful kitchen Ive ever seen! I am obsessed with your instagram feed. So glad I found you girls!

marissa m.July 9, 2015 - 10:08 pm

So crazy how beautiful this is! I just love it and will be contacting you for a consultation soon since we are building a home soon. Can’t wait!!!

BerniceAugust 6, 2015 - 1:40 pm

Love the flooring! Can you share brand/color?

adminAugust 13, 2015 - 7:35 am

Thanks! It is a laminate made by Armstrong Flooring. I can’t remember the color name, but it is made to look like white oak :)