Style Scouting: Vol. 110

Thanks for stopping by for this week’s Style Scouting. My Sunday post where I share the random stuff that captured my attention or inspired me that I found online.

Although autumn doesn’t officially arrive for a few more days (September 22), my morning reading out on the deck and evening lake side dinner weather are definitely feeling fallish.  I even got out my long sleeve and pants pajamas to sleep in. :-)

This weekend, we may even be able to turn off the AC at least for a few days. I don’t want to get my hopes up since it will probably get hot again.

Posts You May Have Missed This Week:


In a decorating world where trends, sameness, and expensive seems to take precedence. This dining room makeover may not be my style, but its so charming and well done down to the smallest details.

This whole house is nice, but wow… What a great kitchen!!

Would you want to live in this house on the water? Even though I love a water view, not sure I would want it. It is for sale.

Home is where you make it.

Fall decorating doesn’t have to be all neutral or brown. Here is proof that it can successfully be done in any color scheme you like.

Ever wonder what the real Doc Marten house looks like?


Clever way to make pretty ghosts for Halloween.

If you like Sherwin Williams paints, this weekend is the time to buy it at 40% off.

If you have a reversible cutting board, you may like this simple and colorful DIY.

A pretty mirror makeover – no paint required!


A delicious way to use up the basil from your garden.

I have never seen cinnamon buns look so pretty.

If you like Ritz crackers then you will like this easy dinner recipe.

Out & About

I love this interactive fall foliage map. I have to wait until November to see the peak of fall colors out my door. Keep scrolling after the map, it is a cute website.

The best looking faux Christmas garland is available again. It sells out quickly every year.

I haven’t tried it yet, but this new Walmart online virtual try-on experience is so smart.


Fall flower ideas for your containers and planters.

Fashion & Beauty

What I live in come fall and winter.

Fun & Interesting

This abode is cuter than you can imagine.

Can you imagine finding this in your yard?

When I see crafty art like this… I am truly amazed.

Something to Think About

This is the way to make decision making easier.

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  1. Love the show “Doc Marten” and the house – but not the price tag!

    1. Diane Henkler says:

      Hi Margaret – I know it is a crazy price, but a nice location in a town with lots of charm and character.

  2. So many great links today. I would love to be a guest in that ocean house with 4 kitchens! But cannot even imagine the expense and upkeep. Lol. I would settle for just one of those kitchens if I were to ever buy lottery tickets and win big!

  3. Who knew there is a leaf changing map, so interesting. Thank you for sharing your hoodie choice for fall & winter, it looks just perfect. I’m in love with the sweet dining room makeover with vintage touches.

    1. Love this post, such great info and ideas. The home for sale in CT is in a really nice area (Thimble Islands) great for kayaking if you’re visiting the area. I’m not sure what is my favorite thing from this post, the ritz and shrimp recipe, the garland, cozy clothing suggestion or those cinnamon rolls. Thanks for sharing!

      1. Diane Henkler says:

        Hi Gail – :-). It looks like a nice place to kayak. It is a very uniquely situated home thats for sure. Hope you are enjoying the day.

    2. Diane Henkler says:

      Hi Holly – I just loved the leaf changing map, but was a little sad to have to wait until November to see the leaves change color is SC. Thanks for reading – enjoy the rest of your weekend.