I can’t believe I never wrote a post about all of our window trim. It is a relatively simple way to elevate how your windows look. In my opinion of course. There’s the super ornate trim that looks beautiful in historic homes and the simple trim that just makes all of the windows look complete. I know a lot of people like how trimless windows look. I think it can look super modern, and when done right, can look very chic. But for me, trimmed windows will always win.Continue reading “Window Trim”
Here we are, week 2! I gotta admit, seeing how far some of the other ORC guest participants have come already is making me a bit jealous. But then I remind myself that we had a fun weekend away and have been busy with other life things. So even though we didn’t get too much done this past week on our office, any progress is good, right?Continue reading “Paint Prep – ORC Week 2”
Wow. It’s already spring (hello allergies!), which means its time for another round of the One Room Challenge! I did pass on the fall ORC this last time. Something about spring is just more motivating. Like spring cleaning. Except this is very much not cleaning. Everything gets messy, and then cleaned up at the very end. Can you tell I am not one of those people who cleans for fun? Organizing, yes. But not actually cleaning. Anyways, back to what is really important. This season of the ORC!Continue reading “Office Face Lift – Another ORC”
If you’ve been here from the beginning, you might remember when I DIY’ed some canvas art to hang over our buffet table. I still love how they turned out, but I am definitely ready for something new. And I wanted to create something that would be easy to switch out whenever I felt like it. Which is why I was so happy when ChrisLovesJulia shared their how-to for their art ledge!
I have been waiting for this moment for what feels like forever! I think I’ve mentioned it before, but the second we saw our house, we could already envision certain changes. One of them was to replace the craft room window with something longer and more dramatic, and follow it up with an awesome, long, shelf. Continue reading “Live Edge Shelf”