Thanks so much for stopping by! I wish I could give you a live tour, but this virtual tour will have to be the next best thing.
When you walk into our home, there’s a small entryway with the office on your right and the dining room on your left. I took over the office, so I was able to make it a little more fun than our last masculine-inspired office.
The mini bookshelf helps fill the space for now. Eventually we want to add built-ins in this room.
I created the large photo art piece using instagram photos, an old frame, and Mod Podge.
I use this dresser I chalk painted to store my art and craft supplies.
I love a formal dining room. It makes dinner a special event.
I spray painted the chairs black and distressed them.
I used chalk paint on the table.
My husband and I designed and installed the wall treatment in our dining room.
These plates were passed down several generations and I love having them decorate my walls.
When you walk through the entry, you enter our family room. I stenciled the walls to add some interest to the neutral color scheme.
And I made this wooden sign with the coordinates for all the places we’ve lived together.
I bought an old piano for $50 and painted it.
I occasionally change out the chalkboard above the piano. To see my perfect chalkboard lettering tutorial you can click HERE.
On the other side of the wall my piano sits against is our kitchen.
I add DIY shiplap to this wall that goes into the kitchen nook.
This shoe cubby that sits in my mudroom was one of my most exciting finds.
It was supposedly an old mail sorter in my town’s post office.
And used the same fabric wall treatment in my laundry room:
I love all the light that floods into our master bedroom with the floor to ceiling windows.
Our master bath is waiting for a remodel.
As you go upstairs, we have a fairly large landing that I decided to have some fun with.
The kids have a playroom upstairs. (These aren’t all mine – just three of them are!)
And I wallpapered my first wall ever in this playroom.
I painted my daughter’s furniture which was a craigslist find.
I made the felt flower garland.
My daughter’s bathroom is bright and fun with a stenciled accent wall.
You can find this (1 Peter 3: 3-4) print in my Etsy shop.
In our guest room, I painted a fabric headboard with chalk paint.
In my boys’ room, we used old barn doors we found in an old family barn for headboards.
The boys bathroom was the result of a fun contest I was in last spring.