Thank you guys so much for the sweet comments and feedback on my ‘Vintage-Coastal Den Reveal’ last week! I’m so glad to have given some of you new ideas and inspiration. I know I shared some sources that went into decorating the den in my last POST, but there was so much that went into this space, I want to share even more of the sources and details.
I am so excited to share our new den with all of you today!! I can’t even tell you the sigh of relief I’m taking as I write this! This project has been in the works for what feels like forever! Not because it was hard to do or that we had any troubles, but it took time to not only collect the pieces and decide on the vibe of the room, but to decide on WHAT this space was going to be! It was an evolution and we took breaks and came back to it. Now that it has come together, I couldn’t be more excited to share it with you all! I hope you enjoy our vintage-coastal den reveal!
For anyone who loves Farmhouse style with a New England flair–I’ve created a quick round-up of the perfect goodies for your house! Let this be your shopping guide 🙂 Read More
I’m so excited to be linking up with some talented bloggers today! We’re here to show you how we all use vintage decor in modern spaces of our home. Each blogger has something special to offer, so make sure you take a peak!
4 steps to a diy photo mat
The art on our walls makes a huge impact on the look and feel of the room. It can feel calm and soother, modern, or just plain old dated! It’s so easy to switch things up, but framing can be expensive–so work with what you have and try this trick for making your own photo mat!
Sometimes it’s the smallest items that hold the most value to us. An old photo of loved ones passed or little hand drawn pieces of art from your kids. Why not show off how important they are to you by making them the statement piece? Frame them up in a giant frame, add some drama! It’s a bit more unexpected and certainly draws people in to see what the tiny treasure is in such a big frame! Read More
Have you seen what we did in our kitchen to create a tiny eat-in area? This little cape didn’t have an obvious dining space (at all). We created a beautiful bar in our kitchen to belly up to and eat our breakfast at or put out appetizers for guests and that works great for us on an every day level. (How we created a unique eat-in kitchen) Read More
Are you feeling bored with a room in your house
(or every room? 😉 )
I know the feeling and although it can be really satisfying and fun to paint or to go shop for new accessories or furniture… it can also be really expensive, right? Sometimes that feeling fades too… I’m beginning to think that I’m addicted to change. ANYWAY–maybe a bigger change is necessary! The big change that I’m referring to doesn’t have to cost a thing! Read More