Welcome to our home. This has become our DIY playground over the past few years.
Our Dining Room is the heart of our home. The addition of our built in shelves completely customized this room for our family & how we function in a small space.
While we lack a real fireplace, we added some warmth into our space utilizing a vintage mantel & fallen branches from our own backyard.
We also customized our sad louvered doors into a more classic look with panels.
Our table& chairs were a discontinued set picked up from a local closeout buyer.
Our Living Room is the most lived in space of our home. Now regretting our all brown purchases from years ago, we brighten the space by adding our painted chevron drapery panels, Chaing Mai Pillows made from fabric remnants & trellis pillows made from DwellStudio linen napkins.
Our sofa & chaise are both from Rooms To Go.
The rug is discontinued from Pottery Barn.
Our standard media cabinet was also given an upgrade by adding a simple skirt & gallery wall install.
We layered a panel of grasscloth with our bergere chair & a green chest of drawers that was given new life after being abandoned on the side of the road.
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The teeny galley kitchen was improved upon by simply adding a chalkboard feature wall, & some new hardware.
The addition of simple flat L braces from the hardware store give the kitchen a custom campaign feel.
In need of as much counterspace as possible, we upgraded an inexpensive Ikea Cart with some paint & wine crate drawer fronts.
Acting as both kitchen storage & my personal work space, we built this piece out of a custom desk & a roadside hutch that just happened to be the ideal size.
The Master Bedroom is definitely our retreat. It all started with our upholstered headboard.
Our Fur Ottoman added a little glam into the space & is the most comfortable seat in the house.
Chloe's "Big" Girl Room was a labor of pure love. While I was sad to see the crib go, her new Princess Bed was a worthy replacement.
Pulling together her fun Gallery Wall has been one of my favorite projects. It is a child's room. No need to be serious!
The glider was a custom piece from a commercial company I used to work in association with. So to one of my most asked questions... There is no source available. Sorry.
The one little hallway was given a striped wall treatment & layered with a vintage brass quilt rack & some framed fabric art panels.
The deck has been one of our most experimental areas. (& also the only exterior projects we have yet to attempt...there is always next year.)