The kitchen - the heart of the home, the gathering place for friends and family & the first project we tackled after closing on our new home. Let's check out the before & after as I breakdown what we did to the space.
The space to the right of the garage door used to have a top cabinet with glass doors and backsplash. I instantly thought of "Fixer Upper" and said "Joanna would put open shelving here". I searched Instagram for inspiration. There are a lot of options when it comes to the design! Did I want floating shelves? Or use brackets? Then there were a million options for brackets!
Everyone has some vague idea of what a book club is. Whether that be positive or negative, what's not to like about spending an evening with friends drinking wine and eating snacks? Book clubs can be as fun, or serious, or quirky as you want them to be. I'd say ours is a mix of all three!
If you're still not convinced, maybe these 10 reasons will:
The photo ledge is the new gallery wall. This trend will be everywhere this year and for less than $20 you can DIY your own!
Usually my posts are about home decor and interior design. However, I recently had the privilege of designing a dear friends wedding program!
2018. The first calendar year in our new home! I don't think I've ever painted so much in my life. And still have so much painting to do! As many of us do this time of year, I've been reflecting on the past year and set goals for the upcoming year. I wanted to share a few home highlights from the few months of 2018 that I've had this site and look forward to sharing our 2019 projects with you!
The holidays are here! I'm sharing a mini tour of our home decked out in holiday decor. We're lucky enough to have a large attic for storage so we can reuse the same pieces year over year. However, I usually add or remove a few things to make the displays a little different and reflect my ever-evolving style.
There are several ways to decorate your fireplace mantel, but they all begins with three basic steps. How you interpret and make them your own is up to you! That's the joy of decorating, isn't it? Making your home reflect your style and personality.
It's technically called cornice board, but cornice is such a strange word. So window treatment it is! Many hobby and craft stores sell versions of a cornice board, but for much, much more than if you made it yourself. We recently built three for the bay window in our breakfast nook. Since the space has a table and chairs, standard curtains wouldn't work. I considered valances, but wanted a more polished, structured look.
I’ve taken the leap! After months of designing, redesigning, adding & removing, I finally decided to launch the website you’re reading right now! So what’s the goal of this site, you might ask?