I’m not sure if you’ve visited your local Menards lately but our location was having a killer sale on this tile the other day. With the basement bathroom re-model in mind we snagged a couple of boxes and haven’t looked back. Can’t wait to see it in action!
Source :: @housetwerking
Maybe it’s my ongoing love for our dining room refresh but I just can’t get enough of this green hue lately!
Source :: remain simple
As a person who just folded laundry in the dark amid a never-ending basement re-model, I’ve come to appreciate good lights and crazy lights and lights that work. It’s the little things in life.
Source :: That Kind Of Woman
Currently plotting ways to get a plaid tile treatment in my home…
Source :: @mindygayer
The Red Head and I are probably about a year off from finishing our kitchen and den but I am going to campaign for the next twelve months for a bold wallpaper to make an appearance, like my favorite above. I’ll keep you posted on the campaign every step of the way and follow along in real-time here!
Source :: Hygge & West
I’ve mentioned it about 45 times but the dining room went green this weekend and I AM OBSESSED. The color is called Great Barrington Green and, in person, it looks like an old green chalkboard and a summer camp had a baby. Are you following me? It’s better than I ever imagined and I can’t wait to put the finishing touches on this space. After that all my energy is going into our basement renovation. All of the walls have been framed, mood boards have been created, finishes have been purchased and I am antsy to see it all come together. Keep you posted on that front. In the meantime, I’ll be staring into my Great Barrington Green walls. Totally normal…
Source :: my own (follow along here)
I’ve really got the itch to add some statement wallpaper to our house but knowing that we only want to be here for a couple years and have our eyes set on resale value, I’m having a hard time justifying the cost and work. So, for now, I’ll just browse and pin and gawk.
Source :: Studio McGee
Unlike our old house, our new fixer-upper has some rather long walls (uninterrupted by windows and doors) that require big art statements to anchor them and not look so sad! So I’m doing my best to fill these spaces in a cost-effective way until I decide EXACTLY what I want. Enter black and white engineer prints from Staples. They have been a lifesaver (insider info, though, Staples is starting to phase these bad boys out so get them while you can!). I printed these prints from Paper & Stitch and can’t wait to give them a home in the dining room. I also printed a bunch more because I am a crazy person and got these frames on clearance. At least I’ll be a crazy person with fewer sad walls if all goes to plan!
Source :: Paper & Stitch
Now that the Red Head and I have a full weekend back in town we have quite the ambitious house to-do list ahead for the next two days. I’ll be painting and podcasting the day away tomorrow while the boys attempt to rough in some seriously outdated and seriously confusing electrical. If the map above is any indication of what we’re getting into I might stock up on wine after work today as well. Wish us luck and lots of patience!
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Among other things, buying a little fixer upper has greatly enhanced my internet scouring skills. Exhibit A above. I had my eye on these tables for our master bedroom, waited too long for them to go on sale and then they sold out across the country. Blargh. So the internet hunt began for a similar and cost-effective replacement and then the Google gods led me here in the middle of a holiday sale and, presto, our bedroom was feeling much for finished and my books had a place to rest at night. And they were, at the time, $20 cheaper than the Target model. Woop woop!
This week I’m putting my internet skills to work on some rug sourcing. Keep you posted on that one!
Source :: option one :: copycat