WALL TAPESTRY FAVORITES

WALL TAPESTRY FAVORITES

As much as we love clean lines, we also have a love of organic pieces, like a beautiful wall tapestry. There are endless possibilities when it comes to a wall tapestry. They can be handmade using vintage fabric you might have on hand. You can cut/measure or do a rough rectangle shape, or a block design to display on your wall.

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DIY MODERN STEP STOOL BUILD USING SCRAP WOOD

DIY MODERN STEP STOOL BUILD USING SCRAP WOOD

We posted our final bathroom reveal last week, and there was one thing that was missing…a step stool. I created one this past weekend as a temporary fix, but wasn’t a fan of it because it was too “farmhouse” for our space and aesthetic. The temporary step stool consisted of 2x4 scraps, and if you’re familiar with farmhouse decor, a majority, if not all projects, use 2x4’s.

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REMOVING A PENDANT LIGHT + REPLACING IT WITH RECESSED LIGHTING

REMOVING A PENDANT LIGHT + REPLACING IT WITH RECESSED LIGHTING

This room has had many identities since living here. It’s been both a dining and family room. That’s the funny thing when it comes to an open concept home, you have to go through the exhausting trial and error of layouts until you find something that is just right.

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ADD TEXTURE + CONTRAST TO YOUR WHITE KITCHEN WITH THESE ITEMS

ADD TEXTURE + CONTRAST TO YOUR WHITE KITCHEN WITH THESE ITEMS

Our kitchen is currently white. White tile, white paint, off white cabinets. There’s so much potential when it comes to color and contrast, and that’s why today I’m sharing our favorite, hand selected modern inspired pieces to do just that to your own kitchen. These pieces are great accents to any counter space and floor.

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OUR FIVE FAVORITE ROOM TRANSFORMATIONS ROUND UP

OUR FIVE FAVORITE ROOM TRANSFORMATIONS ROUND UP

We made it to FRIDAY, friends! If you can’t tell I’m a HUGE fan of room transformations. If you’ve never fully redone a space all the way down to the studs and sub floor, it can be hard to recognize, and FULLY appreciate just what went into that room. Planning, trial and error, more planning, decisions, materials, time, energy…the list goes on.

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