With vintage toys, antique furniture, handmade blankets and quilts, and splashes of pink, we created an inexpensive, cozy, collected, and feminine bedroom/nursery for our daughter. Our ‘Vintage Toy Nursery’ is now a beautiful space to start and end her days, and I managed to get it done well before her second birthday. 🙂
What started out as a poorly configured beige box of a closet is now a beautiful, colorful, & moody space doubling as functional storage and a mini playroom for our 1-year-old daughter. Want to create a DIY closet shelving system of your own? Read on to find out how we maximized both the space and style in this builder grade closet! Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to create the perfect piece of art to hang in your house – but you lack any artistic skills whatsoever?
The wall over our daughter’s crib was bare for the first sixteen months of her life, despite my grand plans to create a beautiful piece of oversized art to hang in the space. I finally did something about it recently, and it was so easy and inexpensive I thought I would be doing the world a disservice if I didn’t share how to create large DIY art – even with minimal artistic skill!
Welcome to our DIY old world mud room! For less than $250 (yes, you read that right!), we transformed the space from beige and boring to blue and beautiful over the course of 7 weeks! Read on to find out how we did it.Continue reading
The One Room Challenge has officially come to an end…but I’m one of the select few who have added an unofficial 7th week.
It’s Week 5 of the One Room Challenge already?! This week, we cut ALL THE WOOD. I also began installing and painting our partial vertical paneling around the room.
Week 5 of the One Room Challenge is already over?! That means just one more week until the reveal…Oh, boy! Continue reading