Total room transformations can be tough on a budget, but paint is cheap and impactful. All-over wall stencils are a great way to add character without breaking the bank. Today I am sharing the first part of my dining room makeover in our diamond-in-the-rough foreclosure purchase.
Have I told you how obsessed with HomeGoods I am? It is definitely my favorite store, both for the unique selection and the prices. I try to make a trip every few weeks because the selection changes so fast. I walk in wide eyed like a child strolling through the gates of the Willy Wonka […]
It’s been awhile since I updated you on our progress with the house and there’s good reason for that. It isn’t ready! The kitchen and living room are painted but that’s about it. We have been so hard working on the fence and the dining room is taking several weekends as well. But I have […]
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.
I finally got around to dressing up my kitchen window with a small herb container garden. Now that cooking is starting to happen on a somewhat steady basis at the new house, these beauties will come in handy. The herbs smell delicious in the kitchen. I purchased 8 self watering containers to cover my sill. […]
Hi everyone! After last weeks feature of my DIY renovation update, I wanted to feature my little boy’s painted bedroom. I made my own spin on boy themed painted rooms that I had seen on Pinterest. I love how fun and really cool his bedroom is going to be. For this project, I used: […]
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.