Good morning! We’re cooking up a delicious color palette this morning, all inspired from this beautiful (and oh-so-tasty) tablescape from Euna Mae’s Heirloom Kitchen & Home Goods in Springdale. As seen in our all-new September “Kitchen & Bath” issue, this pretty breakfast table is made up of lots of goodies from Bonnie’s Jams small-batch preserves and Callie’s Charleston Biscuits to the American-made reproduction jadeite salt-and-pepper shakers, which we are swooning over. The colors run the gamut, but we’re picking out our favorites. And, there’s more vintage-inspired finds to keep you at the breakfast table a little longer in our September “Style” section. Click here to read the full story or find a copy of the new September issue on newsstands. Want even more? Scroll down to find our inspiration board below, which includes a mix of images and paint colors we gathered from around the web, all inspired by our sweet and savory breakfast at Euna Mae’s.
We are so excited to welcome our new managing editor, Tiffany Burgess, to the At Home in Arkansas team! Tiffany has been an editorial contributor to At Home since 2010, writing feature stories and Collections. We’re happy to have her as our newest addition and thought we’d get to know her a little better this Monday by finding out what five things she can’t live without.
1. Bracelets & Monograms
Iâm a big fan of arm candy! I often wear a single cuff or a collection of bangles. My love for bracelets is equally matched by my fondness for monograms (Iâm a Southern girl!). Whatâs better than pairing the two? I love this version for fall.
2. May Books
Their motto says it all â âLifeâs too short for ugly notebooks!âÂ I couldnât agree more. From planners to notepads, these colorful books could brighten any desk.
I love, love, love jadeite. I started a true collection about four years ago and continue to add to it. The plates, platters and bowls make great dÃ©cor, while the teacups are just the right size for sipping morning coffee.
4. Peacock Blue
This is my go-to color for the moment. I would love to paint a flea-market chest in this Benjamin Moore version of the shade.
While Iâm enjoying the cooler days of fall, Iâm a warm-weather girl at heart. This light fragrance reminds me of the sweetness of spring and summer.