Kristen Dunlap
Kristen Dunlap
Kristen Dunlap

Kristen Dunlap

I am a lover of rainy days, cooking, creating new things ,decorating and all things whimsical and lovely.

Pour coffee beans into a small dish or glass jar, nestle vanilla tea light snugly in the middle. Your home will smell amazing!

Chalkboard art....my cup overflows. I HAVE to make this for our coffee bar!!

At Home Barista Beverage Coffee Bar

I love this coffee station!! Organizing the Kitchen: Our New Coffee Station - Driven by Decor (scheduled via www.tailwindapp.com)

The guest room chair would be lovely with this tufted look instead of the channel back.... Very similar back.......

Nathan--- this is basically exactly what I want-- but all in wood. No paint. I like the legs on this also. Need the top to be smooth, but not lacquered shiny.

Rustic, chic farm wedding in New Hampshire. Captured By: Delsey DeWitt Photography #weddingchicks www.weddingchicks...

Rustic Shabby Chic Wedding from Janet Howard Studio Read more - www.stylemepretty...

Ideas for a farm wedding! @Kayla Barkett Barkett Barkett Barkett Hawkinson

throw some purple bath soak in and you'll look like you're stewing in wine! haha!

Just the right mix of rustic with industrial and vintage elements, and the touch of glamour in the chandelier in this kitchen from Weranda magazine

Back porch ideas... Patio Shabby Chic Cottage Decorating Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - love shabby chic!

Shabby Chic- so charming and feminine Make into a baking center with new marble or granite top

Egg White Collard Green Wrap - easy, healthy breakfast idea! Packed with protein, gluten free, low fat, full of flavor! A great way to get your veggies in!

Easy S'mores Fondue | by Renee's Kitchen Adventures - Easy recipe for a s'mores inspired dessert made indoors! Ooey, gooey deliciousness! #letsmakesmores #ad

all of the Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' stained glass movie stills | 11. The filmmakers wanted to open with a different spin on the typical storybook intro you see in classic fairytales. So they captured that “once upon a time” feeling with beautiful stained glass that set the tone for the rest of the movie. 10. This prologue was written about 200 times before filmmakers finally landed on the one you see in the final version. It was decided upon only months before the movie opened.