You know those home projects that you’ve been wanting to do forever? Like the ones the former owner of your house left behind? And you couldn’t wait to get them completed so the place could finally feel like your own? Every time you move into a new house, there’s always memories of the previous owner. Their paint color choices. Their botched-up DIY or their carpet
Happy fall! Like many of you this is also my favorite season for so many reasons. The crisp air and cozy sweaters to ward them off. The pumpkin spiced everything and warm holiday seasons ahead. I feel like I haven’t created much of anything lately, but got a chance to put together this DIY Fall Wall Art for our foyer that I’m absolutely loving. Today
I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for Collective Bias and its advertiser. Hello friends. Hope you had a great Easter weekend and you got lots of treats. The one item I always wish for in my basket is a chocolate bunny. Did I get one this year? Nope!
Sometimes decorating paralyzes me with fear. Funny coming from a blogger who writes about decorating right? I supposed it does for many people. With so many choices and risk of changing something and then not liking causes us to never make a decision at all. I’d been wanting to paint a room or accent wall in my house for the longest time and when I
Remember a few weeks back when I was itching to do something new to our foyer? And then I asked you all where I should paint an accent wall? My project senses were telling me to do something new downstairs, either in the foyer or living room, or somewhere! Paint, wallpaper, new rugs, something. In the middle of holiday decorating, OK before holiday decorating, I
Hello friends! Hope you are enjoying this time before the holidays. Yesterday I brought the decorations down from the attic. And then stared at them for 10 minutes, trying to decide what direction to go in. I’m thinking of some unique ways I can use my collection of red ornaments, gold accessories, green wreaths, metallic accessories, and other holiday paraphernalia in a new light. In
At my house, there’s never one project happening at any one time. It’s usually more like 5-8. In addition to the basement bathroom, which is coming along nicely, I’m planning to do some updates to the walls in the upstairs hallway and here in the foyer. After putting up curtains a while ago, this space has finally felt mostly “done” and I really love it.