Hey, guys, do you remember that cubby in our master bath that I hoped to use for linen storage? Finding an armoire that would fit has turned out to be quite a challenge. There is no room for error when you have walls on three sides. I did finally find an armoire, but it isn’t pretty. Yet. My latest rags to riches project: diy linen storage from tv armoire. I’m not finished with it yet, but wanted to show you what I started with, what I have done so far, and ask for your opinion on what to do next.
After a year in our house, I have finally put up curtains in the living room and dining room. Sometimes I wish I could just design my own fabrics because I can never find exactly what’s percolating in my brain. I end up settling for something that will work, but that I’m not absolutely loving. That’s the case here. I like these curtains, but I would really prefer something with a bit more color.
As you know, I don’t change décor much for the seasons. Spring and summer are pretty much the same for me as far as decorations go. That also gives me an excuse to be late with changing things over.
I have had a naked wreath beside the front doors for a couple of months now. I finally decorated it with a garden theme which should suffice for spring and summer. I’m off the hook until fall/ winter, right?
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‘Tis the Season- for yard sales and flea markets and curb side freebies, that is. Whether you like to make a full day of thrifting or just want to be prepared for the occasional junk sale, you’ll need a few things to make your treasure hunts more fun and successful. Today I’ll show you How to Create and Assemble a Thrifting Go Bag to take along.
After spreading tons (literally) of rock to make our River Rock Sidewalk last week, I decided to come inside and work on a less strenuous project. I had been looking for a full length mirror for the master bedroom. Of course, the ones I love are expensive. Pffft. It’s more fun to figure out how to add decorative detail to mirrors and have a one-of-a-kind piece that coordinates with my other décor.
Well, we did it! We had six tons of river rock delivered on Saturday, and spread probably five tons of it over our walkway. We’ll use the rest for other projects, as well as touch up the walkway here and there as it settles.