Inspired by some chairs I saw at Anthropologie, this graphic and colorful update to our kitchen chairs is such a fun detail for our slowly evolving kitchen space. I used fabric to transform plain chairs into show stoppers.
With school back in session, the paperwork is flowing into our house like one of those chocolate fountains. I do my best to file it away as needed, but… there are always a few pieces of paper that need to be front and center and that’s where my trusty cork board comes in handy. Today I’m sharing one of my favorite cork board hacks with you… It will cost you $5 max, and quite possible $0 if you happen to have scrap fabric and thumbtacks kicking around!
I’m having a ‘just like that, fall arrived’ moment here, but… I’m not quite ready to jump in with both feet. As I’ve been looking around for fall decor, I’ve seen SO many gorgeous wreaths at places like Homegoods and Michaels. Care to guess the price point of said wreaths? Some of them are $60+ dollars!
One of the things that lives on the counter is our coffee maker. I use a single serve Keurig which means I also have a canister of coffee grounds and a canister of my reusable pods. (Full supply list at the end of this post!) My old canisters were beat up and ugly so I was on the hunt for new bright white ones! After a few weeks, I hadn’t found anything but I DID find these: