A full kitchen renovation was never in our budget and, honestly, I don’t mind the layout. I love having the working part of the kitchen tucked away a bit from the site lines of the family room. The open area is plenty big enough for a table around which we can all sit, there’s great counter space, great storage… so the aesthetics were really the biggest problem.
When I tell you this post is down to the wire, I mean it’s DOWN TO THE WIRE! I actually photographed the room last week, but editing and hitting publish was the challenge here! I digress… our third floor bathroom is DONE! Fin! Complete! With everything all said and done, this makeover was my favorite type: dramatic before/ after but not any real “heavy lifting”… i.e. mostly superficial!
Our family room is next on my hit list. I have plans in place for a major overhaul, but until then, I’m trying to freshen up the space a bit and using smoke and mirrors to give it a new look! When Annie Selke offered to send along some of their newly launched autumn decor collection (hello, indigo!), I was THRILLED to use it as a springboard for the family room reboot.