Our little minimalist traditional 1940’s home was seriously lacking personality. Our house may be minimalist traditional style but our personal style is anything but traditional. We are probably a little eclectic. We like a touch of rustic wood, a swirl of marble, clean white lines, mixed patterns with a few pops of color on top. All...Read More
I have had a very simple window in my office space for years and decided it was time to dress it up. Â I am converting this old office into a pantry and this is my second step in the process. Â My first project was to add Peel-N-Stick Wallpaper to spice up the wall. Â You can
Earlier this year, our home received a much-needed update: new windows. With new windows (hallelujah), comes the need for updated trim. I wanted a custom trim look but when I started to price out thick decorative trim, expenses added up quickly. Our home is pretty old which comes with unlevel surfaces and different measurements. I opted for this way of trimming for something different and to stay away from angled cuts. This was the first time hanging trim like this and it went up amazing…
Yes. We are STILL working on the basement and the DIY shiplap walls. (We started the basement project back in June.) This is real life DIY. And real life DIY comes with pregnancy and bed rest (me) and 5 broken ribs (Ryan). That means that finishing the basement has taken about 3 months longer than we anticipated. But, I think it will be worth the wait.
Enhance plain windows by building farmhouse window trim using stock lumber! NO fancy miter cuts nor expensive boards are required. This tutorial is easy and looks authentic, dramatically changing the entire vibe of your space into one of utter farmhouse charm!