Sometimes you gotta "live a little" with your home décor. I mean, I love neutral décor but then my heart goes screaming for color, for life, and a little pizzazz. Oh and change, it's my middle name, as you all know if you've been reading this blog for a while. This is when temporary wall paper comes into play. What a fun way to add a punch of fun in décor without the commitment. First, meet boring white wall. (The before.) Nothing really to see here... well, except for Ted.
Hey Friends! Sitting down to write this post is so exciting. It's a jam packed post from floor to ceiling! ;) Our 16 year old son Caleb got a whole room makeover. After 14 years with the same old carpet, wood blinds, and ceiling fan, it was time for a room refresh for sure! Let's begin with the most striking, rustic & beautiful part of this makeover... The WOOD WALL!!! Golly, I am just in awe of how this reclaimed peel and stick wood wall from Weekend Walls simply transforme
Hey Friends! Yesterday, while on a Target "Mom stroll" with my coffee in hand, I spotted in the corner of my eye my beloved black and white buffalo check wallpaper. Whaaaa? My Target has never carried this in store before! I've almost ordered it like 100 times... Ok, maybe not that much, but you get my excitement here... I did what every DIY~buffalo check~obsessed gal would do, grabbed the two rolls and made a run for the checkout. After putting them in the back seat of m
Oh dear friends, doesn't Spring have a way of bringing refreshment to our souls.?! I love this time of year when we celebrate our Risen Lord Jesus and what He did for us on the cross. He has truly made everything beautiful in His time. The fragrant flowers and pretty plants around every corner serve as a sweet reminder that He can make all things new again. I love this verse in 1 Peter 1:3, "Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has
Hey friends, I have a new DIY coming at ya today. This giant chalkboard is an easy project that can be made with just a few tools. As always, there are many ways to build these and this is just one way. Tools/Materials: 4 x 8 Sheet of 1/4 inch underlayment plywood (3) 1 x 6 pine boards (front frame) (4) 1 x 2 select pine boards (front frame) (3) 1 x6 pine boards (for back frame... we used scrap we already had) Chalkboard paint Roller Early American stain brush rags Brad Nai
Thank you guys for taking such an interest in this room. I had so many messages asking about the process I used to transform this antique tiger oak table, so I thought I'd share that with you today. Hint... there's a secret ingredient! But first, lets look at the BEFORE!!! I fell in love with this table at one of my favorite antique stores. Such a beauty but the orange tinted stain made it appear a little dated, so I decided to paint the base of the table and strip the top