Let’s just get one thing out of the way, shall we? Cords are ugly. There’s a reason professional stylists Photoshop them out of shots — because they can muck up a perfectly pretty picture with in-your-face utilitarianism that feels anything but chic.
That’s why I was so thrilled with Joanna came to me with an idea to dress up some plain cafe lights for her patio. By using a simple macramé knot (which absolutely anyone can master) and some antiqued golden bells for a little extra oomph, we created charming cafe lights that look like a bohemian masterpiece. So grab some cotton cording, park yourself in front of your favorite show to binge watch (this project takes some time to complete) and get knotting!
NSFW warning, you guys! Ha. I got a lottt of interest in my vintage naked lady painting when we revealed the bedroom makeover, mostly cuz I know she’s just so fab. Apparently, I have an ‘eye’ for finding incredible vintage lady portraits. I’ll add it to my resumé. Anyways, if you’d like to add a vintage naked lady painting to your home, here are some really gorgeous options that I’ve found lately + some of my favorite sources to keep tabs on because they are always updating their inventory!
When I bought my house, it came with a door bell, which essentially meant a giant set of really, really chimes. For a 640 square foot house, this felt a tab bit excessive. After all, no matter where I am in the house, I can hear someone knock on the door! I removed the doorbell, but thought it would be really cute to have a door knocker instead, thus kicking off yet another search! There are soooo many amazing door knockers out there that I just had to share my findings with you guys.
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Renovating a house is a funny thing… you start one room and in the midst of that project, you start to cast an editing eye around to the other rooms. Or at least that’s the trap I keep falling into! Lately I’ve been feeling like the living room needed a bit of a refresh, especially since I haven’t changed that room much in almost a year. One major change we made recently was to get an IKEA couch and then increase the drama with a new slipcover from Bemz; the effect is quite dramatic, but also very livable and comfy!
Up until I broke my leg, my plan for the house was to make the exterior look as good as the interior has been. While that project is somewhat stalled at the moment, I cam still able to think of smaller details, like house numbers. Have you noticed that so many of them are straight up terrible?? Why are they all so ugly? Recently, I did an internet deep dive and unearthed a few really gorgeous options for stylish house numbers. I know I can’t be the only one in this predicament, so hopefully this guide will help you, too!
Now that our bedroom makeover has been totally revealed (more on that here), it’s time to discuss our closet! When I bought the house, there wasn’t a single closet in the entire place, so that first year was all about getting creative. There are so many amazing options out there for creating a closet out of nothing — and, believe me, I evaluated them ALL before proceeding. Let’s dig in and discuss some serious organization!
This post is a loooong time coming, you guys! From scraping away 19 layers of wallpaper to restoring the original shiplap to breaking my leg… this bedroom has been a labor of love and sharing it with you guys is long overdue. I cannot wait to show you every little bit of this space… so, without further ado, here’s our bedroom makeover reveal (and the source list)!