Collaborating with Pam Richardson of Everyday Living Blog

December 09, 2019  •  2 min read

Pam Richardson is a creative, semi-retired interior decorator from the Appalachian Foothills of NE Alabama who enjoys home projects and preparing Southern cuisine with “a little foodie flair!” She loves entertaining guests and setting welcoming tables that invite conversation and community. Pam also spends her time traveling with her husband Butch, gardening, antiquing, reading, playing music at church, and especially being a grandma to their sweet granddaughter. Pam shares her passion for life, food, faith, and decorating on her blog Everyday Living. A constant theme in Pam’s life and blog is... COLOR! Her motto is “Why live in black and white when you can choose color?” If you love the interesting convergence of pattern, texture, and color, Pam’s decorating style will inspire and delight you!

Last season, Pam featured two of our Christmas evergreen products in her holiday decorating and shared photos of how she incorporated them into her home here. To begin, Pam created a woodsy welcome by hanging a charming Winter Adventure wreath on her front door. Wreath hangers make it so quick and easy to create a big statement for everyone who walks through your door! She then added beautiful strands of fresh pine garland to frame the holiday entryway. Filling a garden urn, she used cypress branches and a red pillar candle to perfectly complement the red cardinals in the bird-themed wreath. And how adorable is the vintage red truck on the rug? We might need to go get one of those of our own! We love how Pam put together a festive and warm holiday entrance to her home by using a few beautiful, natural items. And if you like the red cardinal theme, another great option is our Wildlife Adventure wreath.
Pam then invited us inside her home and into her living room where she featured a fresh Wildlife Centerpiece on her beautiful coffee table. This sweet centerpiece is a real eye-catcher with red cardinals and berries to bring a touch of the northern woods to her home. The red pillar candle brings a warm glow to add to the cozy feel. We’re also eyeing that cranberry brie tart and wishing we were there sitting in Pam’s lovely living room with her! :) We’re so happy that Pam enjoyed decorating with Lynch Creek Farm products, and we can’t wait to see what she’ll choose this year!

We’re so excited to be collaborating with Pam again this season, so check out her blog to watch for an upcoming Lynch Creek Farm post, and also follow her Instagram page to find out when she’ll be doing a giveaway of one of our fresh natural Christmas products!