Although Zionsville isn’t all that far away from Fishers, it’s one of those areas I rarely make it to, even though there are half a dozen restaurants in the area that have been on my list to try. This year’s Brick Street Market was my chance to finally check out a little of Zionsville’s downtown area.
During my first visit to Petite Chou, I fell in love with the French bistro chairs there, and have been looking for a set for my own outdoor space ever since.
This month marks 4 years since I bought my house (and the longest time I’ve lived in any one place) and I thought I’d commemorate it by posting some before and after photos and some info on the improvements I’ve made so far… because it was originally a hot mess of low-end builder grade finishes. And now, it’s a lot less of a hot mess, though there are still lots of projects left to tackle!
I’ve been coming to the Indianapolis Flower & Patio Show for the past several years and was curious to see what special events and landscape elements would reflect this year’s theme of celebrating the show’s 60th Anniversary.
I’ve been on the lookout for some unique furniture pieces, and after not finding anything at the usual stores, a visit to Midland Antiques Market was definitely in order. It’s one of those places I only think about a couple of times a year, but when I go, I can’t believe I don’t stop by more often!