If you have been following along with Champagne + Macaroons, then you are no stranger to my love for Z Gallerie. When we purchased our home almost six years ago, they were my go-to for inspiration. Not only did I grow up shopping the stores while living in Texas, but I also purchased our dining room table sight unseen and have loved it since arrival on day one. You can imagine the excitement I felt when the store invited me in to experience all of their new fall additions in person!
You already know how in love I am with our new patio set up this season! After four full months of loving and living with our Yardbird Outdoor patio furniture, the love has only grown! Now that we are starting to watch the leaves slowly fall and cooler temperatures have begun to grace the weather forecast, a fire table makes our space feel complete!
The sound of fall makes me happy. So does dressing for fall, fall colored foliage, booties, fireplaces, sweaters, earth tones, layering, pumpkins, football. Okay, but is it fall yet? Are you guys ready for the season to be here? Part of me wants to beg summer never to leave because this weather and these temps lately are a slice of Heaven! But don't you agree that there is this strange lag time from one season to the next where you feel stuck? The transition isn't at all smooth. Let the subsequent sweating in socks, booties, and a chunky knit commence. Ugh, isn't it just the worst!
Do you have a favorite spot in your house? Maybe it is a go-to chair, couch, or room that feels like home? I find that our kitchen is the heart of our household. The place our friends cram while having snacks and wine, the place we have our best conversations, and more importantly where we relax.
We've all heard the stories, nightmares about labor and deliveries, emergency c-sections, pregnancy cravings. But how about what happens after you have the baby? The minute your nurse say's you're free to go anytime is the minute the panic sets in, and you don't want to leave. When we took a walk to climb into our car and drive away with our baby forever, my emotions were sky-high.