Style Scouting: Vol. 115

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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.

Not much to write about this week – 4 days to go, then I will be on the other side of getting my right hip replaced and getting back to normal.

One thing I have been able to do since I am sitting around is update a few old posts. I will be sharing some of them with you over the next few weeks as I focus on everything I need to do to get back moving the way I am used to.

Then it will be full steam ahead all things for the holidays and Christmas which I have been planning in my mind. I can tell you I am thinking I may go classic this year using red and green to decorate. So stay tuned. :-)

Posts You May Have Missed This Week:

Decorating

I would have never chosen the color orange for a front door, but this one sure looks stunning.

Such a great idea, remove an unused sitting space in a living room to build this!

I enjoyed this designer interview and her work.

This very colorful kitchen.

I want the kitchen island in this home.

DIY

Who knew that clear glass plates could be used this way. Beautiful!

If I had a space to do this, I would.

I very textured pumpkin decorating idea.

I am going to try this hack the next time I carve a pumpkin.

Food

If you like Ina Garten and her cookbooks, she is going to be on 60 minutes tonight. She also has a new cookbook coming out.

How cute and clever for a fun and somewhat healthy Halloween treat. And these are just the cutest!!!

No cherries… A vanilla bean Old-Fashioned.

This cake is so classically fall.

Out & About

For all cat owners. Could you do this with your kitty?

The new luxury way to travel… for cheap.

This 3 piece channel stitched quilt set for $59.00 would look great in one of my guest rooms.

Fun & Interesting

What a success story!!!

The tale of the haunting of the little white house. 

Something to Think About

YES to all of these things.

Oh… So Stylish Finds

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16 Comments

  1. Great links!!!
    Wishing you the best on your surgery and recovery!! Please do take time for yourself💜. We will all be here when you’re ready 😊

  2. Thanks so much for this wonderful post, I loved the haunted house read plus all the comments on there, amazing.
    I wanted to wish you well with your upcoming op; good luck and a speedy recovery.xx

  3. Diane, wishing you such good luck with your surgery this week! I will be praying for you and can’t wait to see you back on here when you are recovered!!!🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻

  4. Praying you will have a good outcome with your hip surgery. Take your time recovering. My very best to you…

  5. Praying for pain free days in the near future for you. And a return to the activities you so enjoy. I know you’ve prepped and are ready. I picture your post-surgery days to be like the Hygee article you linked to. You go, girl!!!!

  6. Prayers to you and your medical staff that all will go beautifully and that you’ll be back walking without pain!! Thank you for sharing your wonderful talents!💕

  7. Diane! Thank you so much for featuring my goblins! What a great post – I love those Babs pumpkin carving hacks especially! xo

  8. Hi Diane, Wishing you much success with your new hip. Sending love and prayers. My tip…take the pain meds!

  9. Good morning Diane, I always read your blog but seldom comment. But as someone who had hip surgery , I feel compelled to send a few tips for your upcoming hip surgery.

    First, you should have a physical therapist come to your home several days after surgery. At first you can’t walk up or down stairs. You may need your husband to help you get in and out of bed. Also Medicare should provide a portable toilet to roll next to your bed. Use ice throughout the day to reduce swelling and do the exercises your therapist recommends. Walk, walk, walk once you are able. You should be better in about a month. Good luck!