Welcome to week 1 of the Spring 2018 One Room Challenge! Over the next 6 weeks I, along with the ORC featured designers and other guest participants, will be racing against the clock to completely transform an entire room.
If you were on this planet during the 80s and 90s then your first instinct may be to cringe when you hear the words "accent wall" or "wallpaper". Don't be so quick to judge (like I was)! There is NOTHING cringeworthy about the modern take on accent walls and wallpaper.
Some rooms in my house, I decorate and leave alone. Other rooms, I just can't seem to stop re-decorating! To keep my bank account out of the red and my marriage viable, I've learned to get creative and re-decorate without spending a lot of money. Sometimes I don't even spend anything out of pocket at all.
I'm terrible at keeping my projects to myself so if you follow me on Instagram then you've already seen this DIY gold and wood coffee table - but what you haven't seen is the DIY process that I'm sharing with you all today! If you're visiting from Janet (Shabby Fufu) – welcome. I'm thrilled to join an amazing group of DIYers and crafters organized by Tana (Your Marketing BFF) and Janine (Happy Happy Nester). I hope you’ll be able to stay 'til the end because you're going to find some pretty fabulous DIY and craft inspiration on this tour.
Call me weird (I’ve been called worse), but I enjoy editing photos even more than taking them. Well, hang on, let me rephrase that. Ever since I learned how to edit in Adobe Lightroom, I enjoy editing photos more than taking them.
Paint, paint, paint – I love paint! The most frequently asked question I get on my Instagram posts pertain to the color of my walls, so I’ve compiled my interior paint colors right here in one post for your convenience.
I feel the need to preface this post by saying I am not a professional photographer. I am simply sharing how I get bright images in low light without flash or artificial lights in hopes that you can either: