January Challenge: Floors & Flowers

It’s January Challenge check in time! I’m loving this project because it started with creating a list –y’all know how much I love making lists– and then I got to buy myself/my home flowers. I have to admit that I totally cheated on the floors. You see, we had friends over on Saturday for some football viewing and while I cleaned the kitchen, finally packed up the Christmas décor, and tidied the living room, my hubby was a super hero (as per usual) and did the floors. We will call the Floors & Flowers Assignment a team effort. It feels so good to walk into the house and see clean floors and cheery flowers. Unfortunately, the market didn’t have the best selection, so I made these mini carnations in soft green and pale pink work. They look so fresh, aaaaand I had enough stems to create a little arrangement for our master as well.


Tonight I am spending a few minutes in a rarely used space in our home, and then rethinking the layout and feel. I feel another list coming on! Check out the assignment for yourself here.
Is anyone doing the January Challenge, perhaps even in a small way?

Happy Monday!

4 thoughts on “January Challenge: Floors & Flowers

  1. Sallie R. Witt says:

    Hi Sweetie,

    I like it a lot, not sure I understand if this is a permanent thing? Is it in the livingroom in front of the couch? Looks really pretty either way.

    Love ya,

  2. Maria Gisela says:

    Hey Brittney!

    Flowers are simply magical, they always fill a space with colors and beauty 🙂 Very happy to know 2014 is going so well for you, continue living intensively, you are keeping us all inspire!

    I love to be able to catch up with your blog. We are still in Malawi and have been without internet access most of the time.

    Big hugs to you and Marvin, can’t wait to skype again 😉

    • brittney says:

      Maria, you’re so right! Yes, we are trying to make each day count. I hope you are having a great time in Malawi and that you arrive safely at the next destination. xo

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