After finishing up the detailing on my bathroom vanity, it was time to move to the demo phase of the project! My custom vanity top arrived last week and looks perfect. I am so happy I decided to spend the extra money to get exactly what I wanted. With how nice the vanity top looked, we realized it would be smarter to work tops down in the bathroom, instead of installing the beautiful new pieces and then working over them, so the order of operation changed slightly!
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Owning a home is expensive, especially when you want to start doing remodel projects. It’s really fun to dream of all the things you want to do to your space, but sometimes the price tag puts the project on hold. Luckly, there are ways to save lots of money on projects. Here are a few of my secrets for getting great deals on your remodel projects:
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It may seem like some people just have the magic ability to style an instagram worthy home. But like the rest of instagram, it’s a lot of smoke and mirrors! If you are dreaming of a space that feels a little more insta-worthy, there are a few really easy things you can do to make your space look and photograph better. Keep reading for my top tips!
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As a part of my bathroom remodel, I wanted new accessories to make the space feel refreshed. The color palette for my old bathroom was purples and whites, and I was ready for something new. The new look for my bathroom is mostly white and natural wood, so I wanted to play up the bright palette with a pop of accent color.
Everything I got was pretty affordable and sits together so well! Keep reading to shop my style!
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Earlier this week, I wrote about how I love refreshing my space for the new year. It’s a little sad to take all of the holiday decorations down, but I also love when my house feels so clean and open again! Although I don’t go into full spring decor, I do love bringing in lighter colors and a little bit of greenery to brighten everything up.
In order to balance out the more spring-forward pieces, I try to incorporate a lot white as a neutral. I also still love the look of terra-cotta and might add a few more pieces once my January spending freeze is over!
Keep reading to see how I have refreshed my space!
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If you own your home, now is the time to complete your fall maintenance tasks to ensure your house is ready for the winter. It’s important to stay on top of things so that they don’t end up costly problems down the road! Did you know if you don’t turn the water off to your outdoor hoses AND drain them out, they can freeze and explode during the winter? Take it from me, that’s not a fun problem to have!
Preparing your yard for winter also helps save headaches in the spring– if you keep your gardens and lawn free of leaves, you won’t end up having to clean up soggy leaves when the snow melts.
Here are the steps that I follow every fall to make sure my home is ready for the changing seasons.
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