My almost finished kitchen

I know it’s been a while since we’ve talked about my kitchen. I kept debating whether or not to show you guys any in-between pictures, but I’ve had people ask me how my kitchen was coming along. So let me just show you. We are not done, but we’re getting closer! Mitch just finished the… Continue reading My almost finished kitchen

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Barn door intervention

This past weekend was good in the renovation dept. Mitch and a friend from church started drywalling our bedroom. Exciting times, peeps! It’s coming along. Now’s the time when you can really start seeing things come together. Which means, I really need to nail down paint colors, window treatments, etc. I am going for soothing,… Continue reading Barn door intervention

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Completed ottoman

So here’s a good before and after for ya. Before: I got this table several months ago at Goodwill for $10. The legs are what sold me on it. Aren’t they the cutest? But when I got it home I noticed this: Did ya see it? Someone was drinking a little too much while making… Continue reading Completed ottoman

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Paint colors & random finds

So this is a little snippet of what I did this weekend. I picked out several samples of paint colors. I know, you can hardly tell any difference. There’s four different colors up there. See ’em? The first one is a Benjamin Moore paint (that you can barely see) and the next three are from… Continue reading Paint colors & random finds

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Diy bulletin board

All righty. We did it. We finished our bulletin board last night. Aren’t you so proud? Okay, even if you’re not, I’m going to show you what we did and how we did it–so I guess you can call this a tutorial. Yay, my first tute! (ha) Here we go. First, this is where it… Continue reading Diy bulletin board

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Where We’re At: Kitchen Reno

We’re making slow and steady progress as far as our kitchen goes. This weekend we worked on our countertops. We chose to use butcherblock because we love the way it looks and it’s pretty much the most inexpensive material to use. We got ours at Ikea. They’re the oakĀ NumerarĀ ones. The first step was to sand… Continue reading Where We’re At: Kitchen Reno

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