When it’s cold outside, it’s a great time for small home improvement projects. This week I am republishing an older post about how we tackled repairing and replacing the interior window sills in the dining room and entry way. I hope it will inspire you that small projects can make a big impact!
My Classic Chic Dining Room is done! I’m so excited I was able to complete the One Room Challenge on time. All the little details worked out and it looks similar and completely different at the same time. I have to say I love how the room turned out and I hope you like it too!
Welcome to week 5, the last week before the reveal, of the One Room Challenge! I created a gallery wall
Sometimes there is a project that even the most experienced DIYer regrets. Today, I am sharing my personal DIY nightmare in the hopes that others can learn from it and never have the experience that I did.
I’m back with an update to how our living room makeover for the One Room Challenge is going. To be honest, the exhaustion has set in and I am living on caffeine and dreams right now. But we have made serious progress and I am thrilled (thrilled!) to show you the biggest DIY project we […]
The Office Reveal is finally here! I cannot believe we pulled this off in six weeks (actually 5 in real life, haha). This was my first time completing the challenge and I am so glad I did. My husband loves how the patriotic office turned out and I hope you do too! I am so […]
Hi! What a glorious week it has been! Everything is wrapping up this week in the One Room Challenge with all the amazing reveals including my patriotic office for the big guy. Unfortunately, my desktop computer is still in the shop so say a little prayer that she gets back soon. There are so many […]
It is week four of the 6-week One Room Challenge. This week I am showing off the antique dresser makeover and working with a wonderful line of chalky finish paints from Prairie Colors. Check out the before and after!
The uber masculine office is progressing nicely and, this week, we spray painted the refrigerator similar to a fancy gun safe. Check out our cheeky project!