Peonies, A Lake Home, A Summer Table, & More

Home Style Saturdays 195: the art of arranging peonies, a lake home tour, choosing the perfect accent chair, a favorite decorating book, a French Country home transformation, and summer table setting ideas. 

Home Style Saturdays 2019

In five short weeks, Home Style Saturdays will be celebrating their 200th consecutive post. We’re already planning a lovely giveaway, and we’re re-branding with a fresh new logo and title. I continue to be very grateful for the way you, my readers, have embraced and supported this series. I love bringing you a fresh mix of inspiration each week, and we plan to continue for as long as we are able. Our 200th edition will be on July 18th, so stay tuned for more details.

Now let’s see what my friends are sharing…

Shabbyfufu | The Art of Arranging Peonies

art of arranging peonies Shabbyfufu

Southern Hospitality | Craftsman Style Lake Home Tour

Craftsman Lake House Tour

StoneGable | How to Choose the Perfect Accent Chair

HSS 6-13-20 ACCENT CHAIR StoneGable

The Inspired Room | My All Time Favorite Decorating Book + Other Sources

Inspired Room

Designthusiasm | Transforming a Modern Townhouse into a French Country Home

exterior of a modern townhouse

On Sutton Place | Easy Summer Table Setting Ideas

Easy Summer Tablescape from On Sutton Place

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  1. Caroline O'Hara says:

    I’m wondering what happened to Kim of Savvy Southern Style?

    1. Hi Caroline…Kim is fine! She left Home Style Saturdays more than a year ago. She wanted to slow down. She recently lost her mother, and has not posted on her blog for a while. She’s still very active on Instagram if you want to follow her there. Her IG handle is @savvysouthernstyle.

  2. Laurie Van Roekel says:

    Ann, your dinning room photo is one of the prettiest table settings I have ever seen! I just want to sit down and have a meal here! Sadly, my peonies are all done now; such a brief time of enjoying one of my favorite flowers! But now the Annabelle hydrangeas are blooming, so I look forward to a few pitchers of them soon!