Have you ever run across one of those blogs where you are in instantly sucked in?
It happened to me just a few weeks ago.
If you have been hiding under a rock (like me) then let me introduce you to
Herself, mother and sisters are the creators of
The most most beautifully designed spaces mixed with gorgeous photography
make you never want to leave!
I’ll do everyone a favor and stop talking and let you enjoy!
Something tells me their guests never want to leave!
Her daughters big girl room
The family room
The Dinning room
And just when you thought it couldn’t get any better look at their porch!
Guess what else?
They have an online store where you can purchase all sorts of goodies.
Thank you Jennifer for letting me feature you today!
You know just how to put a big smile on my face!
Happy New Year everyone, please be safe!
See you on New Years Day!
It’s been fun to look back on my first year of blogging and see all that my husband and I have accomplished this past year.
I don’t think we have completed a project that gave us more satisfaction then our Kitchen transformation. It is truly amazing what some paint and wood can do to any room!
You can read all about how we added height to our cabinets, reinvented our island and painted the cabinets here.
In February I had a blast turning this fabulous antique desk into a beauty.
In March my husband and I had so much fun turning our guest room into a french escape. We had a lot of interest in how we installed the double stacked crown molding, you can watch the video here.
In April we transformed my closet into a little slice of heaven using a closet organizer we found off Craigslist.
In June the kitchen pantry was in need of some organization
In July, my grandmother had given us some furniture after the passing of my Grandfather. I enjoy having my Grandmothers chair that I repainted in our master bedroom.
I had never reupholstered anything, so In August I was thrilled that my bench turned out not perfect but good enough for me.
In September my only regret was that I didn’t paint my front door black sooner!
In October I loved adding a accent wall in our dinning room with a stencil!
November was the beginning of transforming our foyer, my favorite part was painting our table.
In December it was all about Christmas and I had a blast decorating this year!
Revisiting 2010 has me very excited to see what 2011 has in store! So many plans, so many projects and the best part, sharing them with you!
Hope this week is off to a great start for you!
Other then the stockings, everything “Christmas” will stay until next weekend.
I always feel like the house is so naked and bare when everything comes down.
This year I’m going to try to incorporate some of the Christmas items I’ve used into everyday use.
So here it goes:
My painted ladder that hung the stockings will be used to hang the tea towels I made. (you can read about that here)
What do you think? Is it a keeper?
How about you? Do you take everything down right away or stretch the season into January?