Our family room had a makeover a few years ago thanks to a furniture partnership.
The paneled walls were a DIY project, and they’re one of my favorite wall treatments in our home.
The photo gallery wall is the perfect idea for any blank wall that needs something.
Before this gallery, I had a less expensive option and share that here (but had some warping issues).
Our kitchen was a DIY project – our biggest DIY to date!
The kitchen remodel was done in partnership with The Home Depot (see that crazy journey here).
The gorgeous cabinets are all RTA (ready-to-assemble) thanks to Custom Service Hardware.
I painted the table in our kitchen nook to look like wood using a faux wood painting technique.
Our dining room has a DIY paneled wall.
Go HERE for some of the rug sources I use in our home.
I am in love with our recently added bookshelves and rolling library ladder.
The piano was a DIY project, and you can see the tutorial for how I painted it here.
Our back entry is our mudroom and sees a lot of use.
I share all the details on the makeover and this DIY coat rack here.
Our shoe cubby was an old mail sorter, and you can build your own (go here for the free plans)
This laundry room was also a DIY makeover in partnership with BLANCO.
See the painted tile floor tutorial here.
Our bathroom was remodeled, and you can see all the details here.
I love all the light that floods into our master bedroom with the floor to ceiling windows.
Last fall, I tackled my personal largest DIY to-date, my daughter’s bath remodel.
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I created a large DIY silhouette in my daughter’s room for only $3.
In our guest room, I painted a fabric headboard with chalk paint.
My boys’ room recently had a makeover, and you can see all the details here.
I share this DIY board and batten tutorial here.
Our upstairs hallway was dark and boring – until the hallway makeover.
What was our kids’ play room recently became our home office.
I can’t stop dressing up my walls – I love what this DIY decorative wall moulding did for my hallway landing.
Thanks for touring my home!
My goal is to inspire YOU to create a beautiful space without spending a lot of money. Start small (I began with painting furniture) and gain your confidence. Who knows where the small project will lead you!
Thanks for stopping by – go create something!