KITCHEN MAKEOVER PART 1 : FARMHOUSE TOUCHES AND CEILING HEIGHT CABINETS

When J and I first walked into this house while we were house hunting, I just had a feeling this house was the one. There were problems that created a list of projects a mile long, but the house had just enough redeeming qualities to make me really excited about what I could turn it … Continue reading KITCHEN MAKEOVER PART 1 : FARMHOUSE TOUCHES AND CEILING HEIGHT CABINETS

FROM DRAB TO FAB : GERMAN SCHMEAR STONE FIREPLACE

Almost 2 years ago, I completely redid the fireplace in our house. One of the best decisions I made with that fireplace was adding thin brick and then using a fun technique called German schmear (thank you Joanna Gaines!!!) to give it new life. Don't you love this sign from Ebenezer Market? I'm still trying … Continue reading FROM DRAB TO FAB : GERMAN SCHMEAR STONE FIREPLACE

DIY FAUX SHIPLAP WALL

I've been so excited to share this project with you all because I had so much fun working on it! My friend Whitney asked me to help her install a shiplap wall in her living room to add in some character. She has a very simple and minimalistic style, so she wanted something that was … Continue reading DIY FAUX SHIPLAP WALL

UPDATING OUR BUILDER’S GRADE VANITY

Let's talk vanities for a hot sec. Why are they so expensive? Okay, actually I get why they're so expensive. The base is pretty simple - it's a box with some doors and drawers but when you add on the fact that it needs a countertop and a sink, the price tag makes more sense. … Continue reading UPDATING OUR BUILDER’S GRADE VANITY