This DIY concrete garden fountain is such a fun addition to our outdoor space. It’s a working fountain and the chic orb shape fits in with any decor. This cost a fraction of what a concrete fountain would cost at the store and wasn’t nearly as hard to make as I was expecting.
The shower in our master bathroom was in rough shape. The grout between the floor tiles was cracked and missing and, as a result, it was always musty and mildewy. Stained grout is one thing, but upon closer investigation, the grout between lots of the tiles in our shower was MISSING which is a much bigger issue.
Back at the end of January I brought home a mid century hutch from the Restore. I was the PERFECT fit for a wall in our homework desk area and I was excited to display my rainbow glass somewhere in the rental. Once I loaded the glassware in, I realized that all those vibrant colors kind of got lost in the wooden hutch so I decided to add some wallpaper to the pack to help those colors shine through!
In January of 2019, we became renters. And just like that I had to figure out how to decorate a house with color and pattern and fun… without losing our security deposit. We were given permission to paint before we moved in but everything else I’ve done is totally temporary OR… super easy to fix up before we leave (think patching a small screw hole, for example).