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Adding Curb Appeal

Our family room had a makeover last spring (see more on that makeover here).

The paneled wall was a DIY project, and you can see that tutorial here.

The gallery wall is a recent addition, and the frames are under $15 each.  You can read about all the details here.

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 add DIY shiplap and DIY open shelving to this wall that goes into the kitchen nook.

Our dining room also has a DIY paneled wall (see that tutorial here).

A lot of the details for this dining room can be seen in this post.

I am in love with our recently added bookshelves and rolling library ladder (I share the details here).

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 gets 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 (go here to see all the details).

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.




The kids have a playroom which recently had a makeover.

And I wallpapered my first wall ever in this playroom.

Graham & Brown Frame Wallpaper

Art Supplies & Frame Wallpaper

I painted my daughter’s furniture which was a craigslist find.

Lena's Room

Lena's Room - Bed

In our guest room, I painted a fabric headboard with chalk paint.




In my boys’ room, we used old barn doors we found in an old family barn for headboards.


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