Saturday, May 1, 2021

Framing Wallpaper To Use As Oversized Art

*this post was made possible by Rebel Walls, my go-to source for wallpaper and murals. 
I'm not exactly sure what brought the sudden craving for a bit more color in my home. Now that I think about it, it could possibly be that this necessity for a more cheerful, more feminine and brighter space could stem from my somewhat stressful and chaotic work life. There's been some recent changes in my job that for the most part has been good, but has also brought on some challenges that have left me emotionally wiped out at the end of the day. I needed to make a few decorative changes that would help lift my spirits through the use of soft colors, beautiful patterns, order, and cohesiveness. Oh, and all of that had to be achieved at a really low price.
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Thursday, November 12, 2020

One-Day Pantry Organization in 5 Simple Steps

I know we've all seen those beautiful, organized kitchen pantries while we are scrolling through Instagram and as we pin those "fairy tale" pictures of our dream pantries we think to ourselves "yeah right, my kitchen pantry could never look like that." I'm here to tell you that your hot mess of a pantry could most definitely look like a beautiful Pinterest pantry! In this post, I'm going to demystify the dream kitchen pantry by simplifying it and sharing with you how I transformed my client's pantry in one day! 

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Updated Master Bathroom with NO budget for Demolition is COMPLETE!

Friday, August 28, 2020

Affordable Master Bathroom Options That I Hope Won't Look Affordable


Price is top priority when it comes to this bathroom renovation and is just as important as style. Like I mentioned in my previous post, we have no budget for demolition. What that means for this bathroom reno is that a lot of things are staying. Nothing will be ripped out, no plumbing will be reconfigured, no walls will be knocked out. Most of the changes will be cosmetic and really that's totally okay because everything in our bathroom works anyway, it's just that everything is, well...ugly.

Monday, August 24, 2020

Updating our Master Bath with NO Budget for Demolition

 When we first bought our home in 2007 the very first thing I did was to paint the master bath. I remember that day vividly. I was the only one in the house and I was so eager to add a personal touch to our new home. I had never painted walls in my life so this was a first for me. Seeing it now I think I did a pretty good job painting that bathroom. It took me all day and all night. I remember it was so tedious and time consuming to paint such a small space. I had to squeeze my brush into every little nook and cranny while making sure I wouldn't get  paint where there shouldn't be any. We went bold and chose a beautiful turquoise color that at that time complimented the color scheme in our master bedroom. Since that day, the master bathroom hasn't changed.