Years ago my neighbor was replacing their fence. Â They had all these awesome weathered gray slats sitting in their trash….
So the demo is done, wall is framed, drywall is hung, mudded and sanded, walls are primed and painted and…
With the holidays approaching, it’s fun to think of gathering loved ones for shared meals and conversations. Anticipating a full house for Thanksgiving or Christmas means that many of you are figuring out exactly where to seat all of your dinner guests. Today I’m going to share five inspiring dining table makeovers with you. I’d encourage you to check out these makeovers not just for the tips on painting and staining, but for some terrific source ideas if you are looking for a different table.
So I finally have one room in my new home that is finished. Unless, of course, you count my garage…
With Halloween behind me and Thanksgiving and Christmas right around the corner, I can’t help but think of how much I’d like to have a beautiful dining room to host holiday gatherings. While gathering inspiration, I spotted this rustic/eclectic dining space with interesting woodwork and pretty colors. House of Turquoise featured this room from a home decorated by Four Chairs Furniture and photographed by Hiya Papaya Photography. Check out the five tutorials I found to get this look for less:
Guys, I know. Flooring can be pricey. And the options for flooring? Endless. You haven’t really learned to appreciate the word “overwhelmed” until you’ve visited a flooring store. The good news is that a change of flooring can make a world of difference in a space. And I’m not here to give you any bad news–the additional good news is that even though updating your floors with new materials can be expensive, there are ways to makeover the floors you already own. Today, I’m sharing five examples of how homeowners used paint to give their floors a new look.
Sometimes, as a grown up, all you want is a place where you can shut the door on the crazy world outside, kick of your shoes, and R.E.L.A.X. If there’s a comfy bed and a few good books for napping and reading….that’s icing on the cake. This calm master bedroom designed by Lindy Allen of Four Chairs Furniture looks just right, to me. Want to recreate a fresh, calm space like this one for your own master bedroom? I found several tips and tutorials that will help you do that, even on a budget. Check out these 5 Ways to Get This Look.
Oh my gosh I am so totally in love with this dresser. I was super leery of painting it, thinking…
Having a dedicated place to sit down and work, write, chat on the phone, or make lists is a luxury not all of us enjoy in our homes. It’s called an office space, and those of us who have a dedicated room for one need to count our blessings! Surprisingly enough, you don’t have to go to a designer showroom to get furniture like what’s pictured in the room above. There are ways to get that look for less, and I’m about to show you five.
You guys, I think I’m in love…..with A ROOM. This room, a beautifully decorated sitting room in the home of Katelyn James. Katelyn is a photographer, and her artist’s eye for color and design really shows in this room that she decorated herself. I can appreciate the fact that this room doesn’t have to be full of furniture to make a style statement. It’s simply a beautiful room.
Remember my guest bedroom? I loved decorating that room. The combination of coral and gray remains one of my all time favorites. So it’s easy to see why this bathroom pictured at Martha Stewart Online stopped me in my tracks. It’s a palette of gray, coral, and just a hint of blue–a match made in heaven with my guest room!
This very neutral-toned room stopped me in my tracks. Featured on Houzz, it is sepia colored, like an old photograph. Lots of texture and all of those gorgeous pillows make this space look warm and welcoming. I’ve found five ways for you to get a high-style look like this for low-budget prices.