Last fall, I tackled the kids bathroom. Nothing major, but a big time refresh. I painted the vanity, brought in new lights, and added the icing on the cake: wallpaper. I LOVE wallpaper. It brings in pattern and depth and fun. I especially love wallpaper in a smaller space like a bathroom. Disclosure: I reached out to […]
I’m actively trying not to show you too much of this shed, but I may or may not be dreaming of a sleepover there one night soon. When I left you last week, I was singing the praises of my newly painted floor. Rainbows and magic beans, folks. This week I’ve been getting to the business of art on the walls, decorating and organizing. Both sizeable tasks, but both super fun!
I’ve been blogging for almost four years which means there is LOOOOOTS of content that I’d love to fuhgetabawt. The first year was an ignorant haze, and the second year was moderately more clued in, but still not noteworthy. All to say, there are lots of projects that I LOVE but… whether because of crappy photography or bad lighting or a combination of the above, just aren’t anything I really share a lot. One of those projects is a custom light-up sign that actually *does* get shared a lot on Pinterest, but I’m SUPER excited to be sharing a new fresh and shiny clean tutorial for the one I made the same way and hung in Martha’s room recently.
One of the most pinned projects from this blog is the Dollar Store Chandelier I made a couple of years ago out of plastic travel bottles. I will admit to being particularly MacGyver-ish with that project, but it wasn’t something I ultimately wanted hanging in our room forever… But the allure of a cool dollar store repurpose is hard to shake. So I had another go at it, and this time I LOVE the results.