The evolution of a space is sometimes a long and winding one, and Eleanor’s room has been ground zero for a domino effect of updates! Her new rug did NOT match the thread of green throughout the room, so I had to spray paint her headboard and her nightstand! Thankfully… updating these pieces took one afternoon and three easy steps!
I was asked to feature their new Coastal Living line and you’re probably thinking the same thing I was thinking…. that’s cool, but I’m not particularly ‘coastal’ in my decor. You guys. This line was every shade of blue that I love and more! IF you’re coastal… just stop reading this post and go. Go now.
You’ve heard me reiterate my goals for the space over the last couple of months so you know I wanted to make this small room feel a little bigger but still make it work as a guest room. I decided to orient the bed against the wall and turn it into a daybed. But the only daybeds I saw online were ‘meh’. Sooooooo, I built one!
Last weekend, we had temperatures around fifty degrees which meant…. spray painting! Today I’m sharing one of my FAVORITE tools and a quick and easy spring project I made with it. May I present… the HomeRight Spray Shelter. Take a close look at mine and you’ll see layers upon layers of spray paint and here’s why: this is a necessity!
Spring in Connecticut is a long time coming and the minute April arrives, I’m always eager to be outside enjoying our yard and generally breathing fresh air! Part of getting ready for spring is always schlepping a bunch of patio furniture out from storage after a long winter, etc. and generally trying to revive everything that’s been put away all winter!