Part of our "job" (if you can call it that!) at Big White Farmhouse is searching the web for new inspiration. We see awesome things on a daily basis and want to share some of our discoveries with you. So every Monday morning, we hope you'll meet us here on the blog as we bring you a mix of what we found the week before: delicious recipes, gorgeous home interiors, inspiring Instagram accounts and more!
Hey friends! Hope you had a wonderful and relaxing Labor Day! This week, we're posting our Monday Morning Coffee Chat on a Tuesday, as we get back into the swing of things after the long weekend. Volume 05 is dedicated to all those students headed back to school. Hope you enjoy.
DIY SUCCULENT PLANTER
why we love it: What a sweet gift to give your child's teacher at the beginning of the year! We think our "Thankful for You" garden marker would work perfectly with this too.
BACK TO SCHOOL MANTLE DECORATIONS
why we love it: Looking for decor ideas for this weird time in between summer and fall? We like using school-related vintage items this time of year: chalkboards, maps, and old books are perfect!
CARAMEL APPLE CIDER COOKIES
why we love it: With cooler weather comes apple cider! These cookies sound delicious and the perfect after-school treat for those hungry students. Be sure to follow her tip: after they've cooled, pop one in the microwave for 5 seconds so the caramel gets warm and gooey again.
FAUX APPLE WREATH
why we love it: How great is that pop of color from the faux apples? We love it paired with the burlap ribbon.
OUR FAVORITE INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT OF THE WEEK
why we love it: Lauren has started decorating for fall while staying true to her neutral roots. We love how she uses pops of color throughout her home. Be sure to check out her sweet little ballerina's room too - what a dream!
What are you up to this week? What IG accounts have you been loving lately? What pins have caught your eye? Let's chat in the comments!
Ashley + Andrea
Cousins and best friends since birth... Check back often for updates about the store and to follow along with our lives in Maine, Massachusetts, and Virginia