If your pantry is is a trouble spot in your kitchen, I’ve got a few tips for making it work for you! Here are 5 steps that will take your pantry from overwhelming to organized. First, I want to show you a picture of our pantry. This is our pantry – not freshly organized. This is what our pantry looks like 90% of the time.
We installed carpet in our house to replace the very inexpensive wood vinyl flooring and it has made such a difference in the look and comfort of our home. I know installing carpet is not something that most bloggers are bragging about. It’s all about hard wood and carrara marble tiles. I love those things, but for this project, carpet was absolutely the right choice.
I already told you about finding and purchasing my favorite farmhouse sink from Ikea. But I thought I’d share a bit more about how what it takes to maintain and care for our sink. First of all, I ADORE this sink. If you want to read more about my love for this sink, you can see the first post here – IKEA Farmhouse Kitchen Sink.
Put together a cozy, casual table setting for Thanksgiving featuring hymnal pages, vintage books, candles, and mini grapevine wreaths. I love simple and cozy home decor. I buy pieces that can be mixed and matched to create different looks through any season. If you want to see another great option for a Thanksgiving table, you can go see our Neutral Fall Table Style using a
DIY Framed Shiplap SignHow to decorate a front porch with a simple, farmhouse style for Fall. Use pumpkins, lanterns, rugs, and DIY projects to create a cozy Fall Front Porch design. Our front porch is an odd shape. (Which really goes with a lot of spaces in the rest of our house – we have an odd fire place and an odd living room ledge)
Style a casual tablescape with this neutral Fall table style featuring white pumpkin, eucalyptus stems, and brass terrarium taper candle holders. When it comes to home decor, I like to keep things simple. I like using pieces that can be used for several different seasons and I like to mix and match decor that I already own to create new looks. For this neutral Fall
About one week before Christmas and two weeks before we had 15 family members come to our house, we decided the time was right to have our new carpet installed. After all, we’re having a baby this Spring! And it would be “so nice” to have this project done before everyone arrives. So, are we crazy? Well, yes. Of course! It was hectic and stressful.
We had been tossing around the idea of installing carpet to replace our (very) cheap laminate flooring in our kid’s bedrooms upstairs. Let me tell you…loud footsteps on cheap flooring right above the master bedroom does not a happy mama make! We finally decided to take the plunge because we are having a baby this Spring. There is no way any baby – even a
I have found it – “The One”. No, I’m not talking about my husband (although he’s pretty great!), I’m talking about my farmhouse sink! It’s gigantic and absolutely gorgeous. It’s made for bathing babies and scrubbing produce, filling watering cans and trimming flowers. Basically, it’s the sink of your dreams. Well, my dreams anyway! Typically, if you’re looking for a cast iron farmhouse sink, you’re
When we found a leak in the bathtub of our master bathroom, we decided to remove the bathtub and convert it into a tiled walk in shower. Here are the before and after pictures along with some tips for renovating your master bath and FAQs about installing a tiled walk in shower. Converting a Bathtub into a Walk In Shower Renovating our master bathroom has