Have you considered buying an outdoor rug for your living room?
If you're new here, welcome! You can follow me on Instagram (greywoodmama) for more behind the scenes stories of our remodeling projects!
If you've been following me on this journey, you know that this remodel process is taking WAY longer than expected. But, I'm ok with it - we are learning SO much!
Remember a few months weeks ago I posted about these DIY open shelves? A lot of you told me you loved the idea of simple open shelving and it’s something you’ve wanted to do in your home for a while. BINGO! I love it. Keep sending me photos of your open shelves, I love to see them!
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?
One question I always get from people is “How do you know where to hang things on your wall?”
My short answer is...I just know!
But I know that doesn’t help ya’ll out. And greywoodmama is here to help ya’ll out. So today I am sharing a few tips for how I visualize things before hanging them on the wall.
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.)
My love for antiques started back in college. I have no idea how it happened. I have always loved decorating. I think my inspiration for home décor started when I was young and played The Sims every night. Every. Single. Night. I didn’t care about ‘playing’ the game necessarily. All I wanted to do was build houses and decorate them.
I also had a love for junk (or treasures) that I could buy for little money and turn into something beautiful for my room or my home.
If you are looking for an easy project that involves your precious photos, you are in the right place! Transferring a photo to wood is incredibly simple.
Although I love a good picture frame to hang on the wall or display on a shelf, this project allows you to display your photos in a fun, unique way.