This console table I made is still one of the biggest search engine referrals and most pinned item of mine. I guess it struck a cord with a lot of people. I adore this over sized, industrial and rustic console table.
This living room gives me the warm and fuzzies because of all of the light that is always in this room from the windows and high ceiling. Seriously, there is no light issue in here. I love it!
We painted the cabinets, put in new hardware, and a back splash. The plan is to either leave this as is and deal with what has to be one of the smallest kitchen’s in a home. Yes, there are those tiny home kitchens, but this is a regular size home. With a tiny house kitchen. Or to take over the extra living space just beyond the kitchen and turn it into a dream kitchen. With a window seat! Can you guess which one I vote for?
Ahh, the master bedroom. The retreat to go to when the craziness of life gets at you. Umm, unless you have a actual life. Does anyone else spend any real time in their bedrooms? Raise of hands…..? Did not think so. I have three kids, two dog’s, one hamster, dishes to be done, laundry to fold, kids to entertain, flowers to water, kid’s extracurricular activities to chauffeur them to, projects to build, and reality TV to watch. I can do none of those things in this room. So it never gets used, other than me drooling on my pillow from exhaustion, and a kid sneaking into the bed at night. The none daytime use of this room means, it has not been touched. We have done a few minor things in here, with plans to do more. Eventually.
Nora’s bedroom was redone recently. I brought it to a appropriate style for a 7 year old. I have the full reveal here with lot’s of links to the individual projects we did here.