It’s finally the end of the Spring 2019 One Room Challenge, and I’m so excited to share the reveal of my room! As I’ve mentioned a couple of times, since my due date was April 10, we worked ahead to get this nursery finished in advance, so it has been done for a while. Waiting […]
For week 5 of the One Room Challenge, the nursery got shelves and a crib.
For this week’s One Room Challenge update, the inhabitant of the nursery finally arrived! And we made some progress on the lighting and art in the room.
For week 3 of the One Room Challenge, I added curtains and shades (with some custom DIY touches), and upgraded my hanging chair chain.
Welcome to week 2 of the Spring 2019 One Room Challenge! This week we tackled one of the bigger projects in this nursery: the hanging chair. I also added the rug I picked out, and solved a major cord safety/aesthetic issue.
For the first week of the Spring 2019 One Room Challenge, I share my plans for creating a nursery for the baby I’m expecting any day now.
I don’t know whether it’s the new year, the Marie-Kondo-madness that everyone seems to have caught, or nesting, but organizing has been on my mind a lot lately. It seems like I’m not the only one, so I thought I’d share some of my favorite tried-and-true kitchen organization ideas from my own home.
After being sick for a while, yesterday I FINALLY felt a little bit more like my normal self, so I got my butt in gear and snapped some photos of our updated guest room. It’s not too different, but there are a couple of tweaks that I think really improved the space.
Do you have an area of your home that is so embarrassing that you don’t want anyone to see it? The most embarrassing area in my house is my basement, but I want to fix that!