We are SO very very very excited to show you our new vinyl tile floors today! Although the kitchen renovation isn’t quite finished, it is getting pretty close, but for today, let’s talk about those floors! We are so happy with them! Today, I want to share why we chose luxury vinyl tile or lvt flooring for […]
You know when you have seen a problem for the longest time but could not for the life of you figure out the solution…and then one day our of nowhere, BAM!, it hits like you knew it all along?
We have been working so hard behind the scenes both with working on the kitchen remodel and on some blogging stuff. A few weeks ago, I shared our updated plan to rebuild the kitchen island. Even though today’s makeover isn’t quite complete, I think that it’s a pretty big improvement. Today I want to take you through the first stage of our kitchen renovation, which is adding custom trim and corner posts to our kitchen island.
As a DIY blogger, sometimes I do feel the pressure of comparison to those bloggers with stunningly decorated and completely homes. But our home isn’t magazine perfect and that’s ok. That just means more projects to write about! Today, I am sharing about our kitchen remodel that has been stuck for over 2 years and how we are finally overcoming it!
My husband’s favorite coffee cup reads, “I’ll start work when my coffee does.” It drives home the motto that coffee is often the morning lifeblood getting things done around here. I love having a cute little bar area with everything in one place. Make one yourself and get your coffee maker sparkling clean at the same time!
We have a lot of guests and enjoy the laughter and food that summer brings, but I also want to stay on top of the cleaning so that when guests arrive, I am not stressed out with a long list of cleaning to-dos. There’s even a handy printable kitchen deep cleaning list to break it up into mini-projects if you wish.
Have you ever wondered how to clean your ceramic glass cooktop? Today, I am showing how even the worst disasters can be saved when it comes to cleaning your ceramic glass cooktop. We we purchased our home, we worried the stove would have to be replaced due to the build up of years of burned-on food.
If you are in the market for a new backsplash or accent, and don’t want the hassle or expense of traditional stone or glass tile, you might want to consider taking a look at peel and stick tile. This glass tile really changed the whole atmosphere of the kitchen giving it a modern and sophisticated feel.
These refrigerator makeovers will inspire you to tackle your boring fridge and turn it into something absolutely drool-worthy!
I finally got around to a project that has been driving me bonkers for some time. Now I have the perfect recipe organization system. Done. Promise. How do I know? I have finally hit all my requirements!
There is no question that painting kitchen cabinets is a big project, and it’s tempting to just slap some paint on them and be done. But if you want a paint job that will look great with a finish that will last, it’s best to take the time to do it the right way.
Today is a happy day! I am going to bask in a bit of the glory of achieving dreams and share a bit about our home and my happiest of places in it. It is a nice respite from all of the many (many!) projects we have going on simultaneously. Taylor from Porch.com asked me to share a place in my home that is truly special and why with the #loveyourhome series. But this doesn’t start with the kitchen…
I wanted to share a how I upgraded our dishwasher by covering it in stainless steel contact paper. In my thrifty DIY adventures, I wanted to match our fridge and the results are great!