Pumpkin Decor – Pumpkin Leaves Table Centerpiece for a long dining table
Hello there! Hope that bright and fun boy bedroom decor didn’t scare you! I had so much fun creating my living room design board last week that I decided to make one for my little boy’s bedroom. These design boards really help me to focus and see things I am missing or that don’t look […]
Let me start from the beginning. 8 years ago when I first got married, I CAMPAIGNED to purchase these 30 inch swivel bar stools because they were kind of expensive for a just out of college budget ( about $450 for both in 2006). They are so heavy well made because they are solid iron. […]
I am excited to share this side table makeover with you today. I am finally starting to paint things besides walls! In any marriage, people bring together their STUFF. In my own, my husband brought along with him two of these very sturdy side tables. As you can tell from the “before”, they weren’t much […]
I love looking at inspiring and creative kitchen ideas. The main elements of all kitchens are the same (cabinets, stove, fridge) so adding personality to a kitchen can be a challenge. Since the kitchen is the “heart of the house”, it should reflect our personal taste. Here are 10 ways that you can add your own personal style to a kitchen.
The prices of decorative throw pillows are insane! My budget decor project this week involved recovering several pillows including a bolster or neckroll pillow with a decorative pillowcase. I was able to the price of my bedding by 50% and still look amazing.
There is so much more to interior painting than slapping color on a wall. Tips to be aware of when purchasing and deciding on your interior paint.
If you’re lucky to enough to have that awkward space above the kitchen cabinets like I do, turn it into a special place to create ambiance and an inviting atmosphere. I chose wood block letters for a great start to decorating over the cabinet space in my kitchen.
Hola! Today I am sharing a tutorial on how to make your own photo mat. For the mat, you can use any 8×10 paper, such as scrapbook paper, wallpaper, fabric, or the colorized map from my earlier tutorial.