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When we bought this house every room was like a blank canvas. Builder grade to the core. We live in a small town, in a small house but I wanted people to be transported to a farmhouse cottage the moment they walk in the door. My home is designed from the heart and my heart loves white, shiplap, subway tile and open shelving. So of course when we gained the budget to renovate the kitchen,
We worked our butts off in this house. We redid our kitchen twice in the last three years to get it to where it is now. The last renovation was $500… this one was a lot more but we saved up tons and waited a long time in between projects. You do not need a big budget to get the kitchen you want. You just need two things… hard work capability and time. Salvaging, repurposing,
I didn’t get a chance to decorate our bedroom for the holidays this year so I decided to give her (yes my bedroom is a her…🤗) a little makeover between seasons. Its still a neutral space, but still may call spring just a little bit…     Back in October, we gutted this room, ripped up the rugs and even had to rewire a few things. We put shiplap up, barn wood floors down and
I am going to be 31 in exactly one month from tomorrow. After 30 years of being on this Earth, I learned many things. I’ve learned through experience that life is everything YOU make it to be. Perception is key. Love is blind, but can be endless. And the most important thing I have ever learned through the years of being a daughter, sister, mother and friend is to never compare yourself to others. Not
Autumn is by far my favorite season. The weather is beautiful and so are the colors in the trees and the sky. I wanted to share with you a short tour of our porch decorated for the Autumn season. Enjoy! This table I made a couple weekends back from scraps and pallets in our basement workshop. The ticking stripe chair was another DIY on a whim. The chair was trash picked a few years ago,