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!
Week Six is here and I am equal parts giddy, proud, and exhausted. This was my first experience with the One Room Challenge, and I am glad we decided to jump in and give it a shot!
This week, I'm adding character and vintage charm to the classic Ikea Tarva dresser.
Have you ever heard the term, "chinoiserie"? I hadn't until this week. If you asked me what "chinoiserie" was before I knew, I probably would've guessed that it was a French boutique that sells either lingerie or baked goods. Or both. I don't know. The French have some pretty crazy boutiques. I learned what "chinoiserie" was this week, and it is my new favorite thing that has also always been my favorite thing. Read on to see what it means (and no, it isn't lingerie or pastries!)
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!
It was nice to have a minimal, blank slate in our bedroom, and I intentionally kept decor to a minimum in this room for the last two and a half years. While I still intend to keep things simple, I was longing for some contrast and warmth in a space that felt too grey. I decided to warm things up with a moody accent wall behind our bed!
While I was in NYC with Better Homes & Gardens, I went to Mood Fabrics and the Chelsea Flea Market and picked up a few souvenirs for our home. I planned to use the fabric from Mood to sew some new pillows for our bed, which snowballed into the decision to enter the One Room Challenge as a guest participant! This post contains my design plan for Week One.