I’m finally sharing one of our favorite furniture hacks with you here on the blog: our dry erase kitchen table. We had something similar in the old house… and there was no way I could go without it now.
I wanted to find something to build that would be useful but would also take pocket holes to assemble. This lidded box for any mail or deliveries was a long time coming and the perfect excuse to try out my new Kreg Pocket Hole 720 Pro! (Check out my saved highlights for a look at the jig itself and the overall plans for this project.)
I’ve been eyeing one of these amazing diptychs from Urban Garden Prints for ages. I loved the color and the design of two frames for one image and when I redid the bedroom, I finally had the right wall. The website sells frames, but I wanted something a bit bulkier for our bedroom so I decided to challenge myself and try to figure out a DIY version.
HOLY SMOKES this space has been a long time coming together but all the little details and projects have been worth it because I walk in here every night and smile a big ol’ goofy grin! What used to be a big dated cavernous space now feels cozy and cohesive and so much more dynamic. Over the last few months I’ve done the following in here (full product list at the end of the post):