Hi, everyone! What a crazy week it has been. Ben and I are self-quarantined/social distancing by choice for at least the rest of this week, and being cooped up has given me a fresh drive to tackle a few projects. I scored these two large bookshelves on Facebook Marketplace last year for $75 each. They…
This week, I saw monumental progress in my space through the power of paint. I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Paint is the easiest and cheapest way to completely transform a space.
I'm showing you my step-by-step process to make a high-end, low-budget DIY tree stump coffee table.
For this round of the One Room Challenge, I will be transforming our sunroom! This space has incredible potential, and will be a dream come true once it is given a little love (and a lot of white paint). Read on to see my design plan!
Seeing April 1st on the calendar feels like the official start of a new season, so I wanted to take this opportunity to share my automotive styling tips for Spring.
Here is my number one tip for small decorating budgets (we’re talking “not even a line item” here)...
My honest opinion of Annie Sloan Chalk Painted cabinets two years later.
Hello, everyone! I'm writing today to share an exciting living room update we recently completed in partnership with Comfort Works. When Ben and I were shopping for a new sofa last Spring, we looked at so many options from a lot of different companies. Our priorities were comfort, affordability, and durability. (Of course, I wanted it…
Hi, friends! I'm here today to share a very exciting living room update with you. If you've been around Holland Avenue for a while, you'll remember that our colorful kitchen rug recently made an appearance in the living room. I loved the warmth and color it added to the space, but the color was a bit overwhelming. I started looking for a more neutral rug that would allow me to keep the color in other places without feeling too crazy.
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.