Christmas decorating is in full swing over at our house, and a trip to the thrift store resulted in an idea for an affordable, customizable Christmas DIY! I found three glass vases for $4 total, and decided to create tiny winter wonderlands using things I already had on hand.
Five weeks ago, we knocked out a wall and began the intimidating process of finishing our basement for the One Room Challenge. The finished product is completely unrecognizable, and I am ridiculously excited to show you what can be accomplished with a little grit, a lot of perseverance, and a commitment to learning new things.
If you’re finding me through the One Room Challenge, welcome to my home on the internet! I’m Avery and I live in a charming 1910 Craftsman style parsonage in rural Iowa with my husband, Ben. You can learn more about me here, and see some of my previous design work in my kitchen, my High Style, Low Budget Sunroom from…
Six weeks of painting, building, creating, sewing, cleaning, styling, shooting, writing, editing, posting, and cheerleading have come to an end.
This week, I'll be sharing about my two biggest projects- the DIY bed swing and the painted concrete floors!
I'm showing you my step-by-step process to make a high-end, low-budget DIY tree stump coffee table.
A few days ago, I was thinking about how I could incorporate Christmas decor into our home without spending money or accumulating more stuff. Then I had a million dollar idea that I knew I could execute for zero dollars.
I said last week that the accent wall made such a difference that I would be happy to stop there and call it good. But I am so glad I kept going, because the new pillows and artwork add so much personality and warmth!
Is there any thing cuter than a gingham painted pumpkin? I'll show you how to paint a gingham pumpkin of your own in three easy steps!
Today I'm sharing a few tips for styling a "Bar Cabinet", some curated pieces from Target, and the story behind this Mid-Century cabinet.