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Another Small Space Dining Solution

Posted in Blog, Room Sources, Tips, Projects & DIYs
on June 15, 2016
Making our space work for us

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) Continue reading

A quick & free room transformation

Posted in Blog, Room Sources, Tips, Projects & DIYs
on June 6, 2016
Get a new look for free!

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! Continue reading

Before and After: Traditional bookshelves get a fresh update

Posted in Blog, Room Sources, Tips, Projects & DIYs
on May 30, 2016
Styling Bookshelves

Meet the Shpunts!

How cute are they? Danielle and Jeff bought their dream home not too long ago. Ready for this story? The house was his grandparents’! What’s better than keeping it in the family? The two of them are in the process of revitalizing it and creating their own style with their 2 year-old son, Luke. They’ve rolled up their sleeves and done a ton of so far, like this beautiful powder room makeover: Continue reading

Elevate your space with upgraded curtain rods

Posted in Blog, Room Sources, Tips, Projects & DIYs
on May 4, 2016
Elevate your space with upgraded curtain rods

Curtains

So much of design is in the details

A whole post about curtain rods… really? Yes. And here’s why. The biggest lesson that I’ve learned since buying our house and turning it into our dream home is to design with intention. Don’t just flounder around buying things to fill holes or to “get it done”. Each element effects the overall look and feel of a room, so I want to make it count. Continue reading