Happy New Year, my friends! I hope you are fully recovered from the holidays and knocking out your resolutions like a boss. We have been taking it relatively easy since coming back from North Carolina, and I have enjoyed every peaceful, easy minute! Two of my more immediate post-holiday goals were 1) Complete a round … Continue reading Closet Makeover: The First Project of 2019
Hey guys! Wanted to share a quick and easy project I tackled this past weekend... DIY Shelving! I am using them for plants (because #therearemany), but you could use these anywhere. Granted, we had most of the supplies needed on hand from finishing the stairs; however, a quick trip to your local hardware store would … Continue reading DIY (Plant) Shelving
Oh man, where has the time gone?! It has been a busy month+, and I feel like we need a round of catch-up! I'm going to let the pictures do the talking! We are still tinkering with the renovations! Most recently Andrew finished our main staircase. Per usual, I dreamt it up and he made … Continue reading Fall Updates!
I gave you the rundown on the antique cannonball bed, so let's talk about that back wall - specifically, the curtain rod! How to Build a Curtain Rod of Any Length When redesigning the room, I knew I wanted to turn the bed so it sat between the windows. I wanted to create a cohesive … Continue reading Guest Room Update: Part Two
Hi everyone! Hope your week is off to a great start. My kids are rocking strep throat and croup, so we're just having buckets of fun over here in pajama-land! I wanted to share the guest room I have been working on! We started re-doing it in January on a whim. Literally, I was sitting … Continue reading Guest Room Update: Part One
Two blog posts in two days?! Who am I? I'll tell you who I am... The girl who deleted the Instagram app off her phone because she realized the insane amount of time she was wasting. And guess what! I finished decorating my living room because of it. Here are some updated pics! If you're … Continue reading Update: Living Room
If you're just catching up, our house was built in the early 1980's. This means smaller rooms, some with no lighting, and some with awkward shapes. I'm exercising my interior design muscles big time with this one to make everything flow! For example, our dining room used to be a formal living room... with no … Continue reading Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall.