Wednesday Weekly Wish List #155

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Your weekly dose of new ideas, helpful hints, favorite items, and tidbits of wisdomfrom a trio of lifestyle bloggers who love to share! 

Wednesday weekly wish list


jar of endless summer hydrangeas

Ann | On Sutton Place

1.) Transform even the smallest patio into a comfortable and welcoming outdoor space with these easy container garden ideas. Get tips for plant selection, container choice, and space optimization so you can have a spot the whole family will love.

2.) Shop all my Amazon favorites HERE.

3.) FAVORITE QUOTE: “Remember when you’re in a position to help someone, be glad and always do it because that’s the Universe answering someone else’s prayers through you.” Found HERE.

4.) INSPIRING THINGS: this house in Australia with vintage French charm, these easy ideas for outdoor summer entertaining, and this easy-to-follow tutorial for filling your outdoor planters with faux plants and flowers.

5.) Do you wish you had some easy recipes that are guaranteed to impress your family? Every week I send out one super simple but delicious recipe that can be FRESH BAKED in your own kitchen. Learn more HERE.


7.) HOME TOURS: tour this undeniably cute and cozy Nantucket cottage, and then wander around this interior designer’s quaint home.

8.) 2 MORE! Take a look at this Maine lakeside getaway that offers modern functionality mixed with very natural ingredients, and this charming dark green cottage nestled in Sherwood Forest.

9.) NEW INSTAGRAM FINDS: here are a few new Instagram accounts I recently started following…and I love them all. First is Victoria Henderson. Her home is darling, and she lives in South West England. Next is Beth Aspinall, and her account is called Oak Home Interiors, based in Suffolk. Last is Megan Miller, and she shares life in her childhood home, which is a reproduction saltbox built in 1995.

10.) Wishing you all a wonderful week. XO

white urn with greenery stonegable www

Yvonne | StoneGable

1. RESET YOUR MORNING: Summer is a good time to Cultivate A Healthy Morning Routine. Here are ways to get you up and running and productive for the rest of your day.

2. AMAZON FINDS: See all the new things I’m finding on Amazon HERE.


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4. ON THE BLOG: Best Things To Do In June will help you celebrate every day this month. Get 60 Smart Kitchen Organizing Ideas, and see how to make a Beautiful Hydrangea Wreath for your front door.

5. BEAUTIFUL HOMES AND MORE: You must see this transformed ranch home! I love it! Here are summer refresh ideas in the Nancy Myers style. This charming home in Tennessee is another must-see! So well appointed.


7. FUN AND INTERESTING FACTS: What is the first full moon in June called? What are June’s birthstone and flower?

8. CULINARY CORNER: Don’t throw away that leftover dill pickle juice when all the pickles are gone. There are so many ways to use it!

  • Marinade for Chicken And Pork: Use it to marinate chicken, pork, or beef for added flavor and tenderness.
  • Salad Dressing: Mix olive oil, mustard, and herbs for a tangy salad dressing.
  • Pickled Vegetables: Reuse the juice to pickle cucumbers, carrots, onions, or other veggies.
  • Potato Salad: Add it to potato salad for an extra zing. See Dill Pickle Potato Salad.
  • Bloody Mary: Use it as a secret ingredient in your Bloody Mary cocktail.
  • Bread Dough: Substitute pickle juice for water in bread dough recipes for a flavorful twist.
  • Deviled Eggs: Mix it into the filling for deviled eggs.
  • Coleslaw: Add it to coleslaw for a tangy kick.
  • Brine for Eggs: Use it to make pickled eggs.
  • Relish: Use it to flavor homemade relish.
  • Cooking Liquid: Use it in place of vinegar or other acidic liquids in recipes.
  • Tangy Dip: Add to a creamy dip for a little tang.

9. SUMMER INSPIRATION: Make sure to check out all of StoneGable’s summer posts filled with ideas and inspiration HERE.

10. MORE DECORATING IDEAS: What every southern dining room must have. Three organizing mistakes everyone makes. A look at this gorgeous Hudson Valley farm.

ANSWER TO #7: The first full moon in June is called the strawberry moon because strawberries are in season. June’s birthstone is a pearl, and roses and honeysuckle are this month’s flowers. Now you know!

summer flowers in crystal pitcher designthusiasm www

Lory | Designthusiasm

1. Who doesn’t love a house tour? And if you love one house tour, 3 are even better. Enjoy these 3 Stunning House Tours to Be Inspired By.

2. AMAZON PICKS: here are this week’s favorites from Amazon.

3. THIS WEEK ON THE BLOG I shared Updating the Patio with a Vibrant Color Palette, these Summer Kitchen Decor Ideas, this guide for How to Style Summer Flowers in All Your Rooms and these 6 Simple Steps to a Lovely Summer Table.




7. Sometimes you can achieve magic when decorating. In this post, How to Decorate a Tiny Bedroom, you can see a tiny dark apartment bedroom transformed into a light bright space. Like magic!


9. WHAT’S INSPIRING ME AROUND THE WEB: I find myself loving modern traditional design lately. Sounds like a contradiction, but instead it’s a beautiful mix. Check out this beautiful account on IG, or see a roundup of her rooms HERE.

10. UP NEXT: Patriotic decor…


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