Simple & Affordable Fall Entryway • Mindfully Gray
A special thanks to Walmart for sponsoring this post. Fall colors are my absolute favorite – If you haven’t already noticed by now, I am all about the warm colors and fall textures. Since I recently redid our entryway I was excited to update the space with some fall vibes this year! I bought this...Continue Reading
DIY Sponge Wall – Cecilia Moyer Blog
I was so excited when Niña asked me if I had any paint projects I wanted to get done. I’ve been wanting to do a sponge wall in the foyer and this helped motivate me to get it checked off my l…
Before and After: Budget Upgrades Totally Transformed This Kitchen and Its Dark Wood Cabinets
Courtney Hierath had a lot to love about her little bungalow, but the kitchen, with its buttermilk-yellow walls and dark wood cabinets, wasn’t on the list. “I despised it from day one,” says Courtney. “But the idea of tackling this huge project was daunting, so I kept putting it off as long as I could.
French Deco Horn Double Sconce
Enhance the entire design of your space with the French Deco Horn Double Sconce. Its two graciously curved arms taper towards the middle for a well-balanced yet engaging form. • Height: 22" • Width: 12.25" • Extension: 6" • Backplate: 3.25" x 7" Rectangle • Socket: 2 - E12 Candelabra • Wattage: 2 - 40 B • Shade: 5" x 5" x 6" Linen or 3" x 5" x 4" Natural Paper
My 2019 Christmas Home Tour! | Driven by Decor
Our 2019 Christmas home tour! Sharing our New England home decorated for the holidays - come let me tour you around!
Farmhouse Dining Room Design by Havenly Interior Designer Katie
A wood trimmed accent wall in soft sage green sets the stage for farmhouse sophistication in this dining room. The rustic table is surrounded by rolled upholste
Christmas Powder Bathroom (12 Days of Holiday Homes) - The Sunny Side Up Blog
I'm so excited to share my Christmas Powder Bathroom with you all today! It didn't take much to make this room festive for the holidays!
How to make an oak kitchen cool again :) — COPPER CORNERS
Oak kitchens were VERY in style… 20 years ago, but now, they are just dated. There have been beautiful houses on the market that just won’t sell because new buyers don’t want to deal with an oak kitchen. So before you pass on that steal of a house or think you need to paint your own, let me tell y