May 21, 2014

This DIY, seen on Design Sponge, is a clever way to design a bench. Hair pin legs are always a great go to for benches and tables. And the brushstroke upholstery is awesome! See the entire DIY here.

I hope that you are all having a great week thus far! I have to be honest in telling you that I am feeling a little overwhelmed in this moment of my life. If Simply Grove feels super sporadic, my apologies. I don’t ever intend to dismiss this blog but there are seasons where my creativity and time management needs a little attention and support. I am passionate about interior design and I will always be passionate about interior design. I’m really seeking out what my next steps in this crazy, blogging/entrepreneurial life are going to be. I never want to reinvent the wheel and just do things because other people are doing the same things and finding success. I want to do things that match up with my passions. Thank you for reading this blog and thank you for supporting Simply Grove. There are a millions of awesome blogs out there that are football fields more advanced than me. So the fact that you still visit Simply Grove means the world to me.

I would LOVE to hear from you! If there are any posts that you need more of, haven’t seen enough of, or are tired of, let me know! Either comment below or email me at simplygrove22@gmail.com. I really do value ALL of of your feedback. And I only want to blog what is important not just to me but to the readers.

Much love to you all! xxoo

Comments

Ana Zivick
Commented on Wednesday, May 21, 2014

We all have our ups and downs. Inspiration can not be taken for granted, or expected to be at its peak all the time, no matter how talented we are. There are no spectacular peaks without the necessary downs, during wich we need do just alow our minds to rest. The most creative inspiration and the highest productivity, usually comes right after a period of letting go and not trying to force anything.

Billy
Commented on Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Hi
I enjoy your blog for mixture of features and original content. Too many blogs just get their stuff from another blog. It’s annoying to see the same stuff go round and round. I also like that you don’t post too much. I’m sure space between posts is a sign that you are using your creativity elsewhere and that’s what the blogging world needs to keep things fresh and interesting.

Cheers

Billy

Sylvia Gil-Stearns
Commented on Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Your blog is beautiful. You are talented and have a great eye. Keep doing what you’re doing. I love your work.

simplygrove
Commented on Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Thank you for your kind words, Sylvia!

simplygrove
Commented on Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Thank you Billy! I really do appreciate your honesty!

simplygrove
Commented on Wednesday, May 21, 2014

You’re the best Ana!

debra mcbride
Commented on Wednesday, May 21, 2014

i just stumbled upon your blog–love– and i completly relate! i am a full time interior designer working solo w/ 2 teenage daughter a wnderful husband a a blog that i love working on & only get out once a week (fridays) & some weeks cant even get that done,…craaazy! hang in………….



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