I’d been sleeping on the same queen mattress for about 11-12 years. We renovated our master bedroom, but didn’t have the budget to look at a new bed or bed frame. Then, we had Jack and realized it was starting to feel a bit cramped, especially when the dogs came up for a morning snuggle.
I’ll be honest when I say that I rarely stray away from my beloved Benjamin Moore paints. They have been pretty tried and true through all of our flips, DIY’s and design projects. But after meeting the lovely folks behind Para Paints at Blogpodium and getting spoiled with a complimentary can of paint to try,
Every time I go into Anthropologie, I want to buy anything and everything decor related. Especially during Christmas too! They have the most beautiful Christmas decorations and ornaments. Problem is, if I bought everything I saw, I would be in A LOT of trouble! So when I saw a wreath I loved, I figured I
I have a confession. I love pom poms. (big release of air) Wooo, it felt good to say that! lol! Quick story…When I was a kid, my Nana taught me how to make them and we would put them (in vibrant colours no less) on our luggage. Any time we travelled, we would spot our
A few months ago, on top of all the other craziness in our lives, Ryan and I decided to tear down the wall separating the two basement bedrooms. Yes, that’s right, we took on a massive home project. But before you shake your heads, I can explain! Living in a small 900 sq. foot home,
Ok, we have been meaning to give our dining area a bit of an update. Ryan had a dark brown table before we moved in and, though it is a decent table with matching chairs, the set doesn’t really fit in our white and grey home. So, with the flip nearing its way to completion,
A super easy DIY to try this holiday season is paper bunting. I needed to jazz up my front entry so I decided to use the twine I had bought for xmas wrapping and the paper I had on hand. This cost me next to nothing and took minimal time to complete. You will need:
When timing permits, I really try to be creative with my holiday wrapping. And I do enjoy it! This year I found some really beautiful wrapping paper from Home Sense that was 100% recycled kraft paper AND had a metallic chevron print. I was sold. I still had some plain kraft paper and bags left
Ryan and I love hosting. Our house may be a bit on the tiny side but we can still pack a decent amount of people in our kitchen and living room. We have slowly started turning our basement into a usable space (blog post coming soon I promise) but for now, it’s upstairs or nothing.