Who decides to completely redo an entire bathroom right before a baby is born? Me!
Call me crazy, but I wanted this large project done and out of the way before Baby Lawrence shows up to turn our world upside down.
With a few materials, you can instantly give your tomato cages an upgrade and make them look stunning indoors.
House plants for beginners! I rounded up a bunch websites, YouTube videos, resources and people to follow who DO know how to take care of plants.
Hanging artwork in our home has made me love it even more for what it gives our home - depth, satisfying colors, new sights to look at, and most importantly the feeling of love that it gives.
Our entryway was desperately calling my name to give it some love.
Then it hit me! A board and batten wall.
Here they are! Beautiful, smiling and all for under $100! This project is super simple and can be done in a day if you wanted to.
One element to our home renovation project is doors. Interior and exterior doors. Deciding to replace your interior doors or refinish your existing interior doors is a huge decision. Not only does it involve a lot of time, but it can also cost a lot of money.
If you’re considering new interior doors in your home for any reason, there are a few questions to ask yourself first.
You don’t realize just how much you appreciate ‘home’ until you’re not there for a few days.
While at home on normal days, we tend to get stressed out with the fact that our houses aren’t perfect. We always have things we’d like to change or update. There’s always cleaning to be done. Laundry. Oh laundry.
But why? Why can’t we just enjoy home as it is?
Remember a few weeks ago when I had a meltdown told y’all about all the things stressing me out with the kitchen project? (See below.)
I’m so excited to share part 2 of the DIY pour in place concrete countertop series, the concrete pour and finish! (If you haven’t already, read Part 1 - Setting the forms.)