I know, I know it’s not Christmas yet but this is one of the few pictures I have that shows most of the downstairs in one shot. One of our first projects (before my blogging days) we turned three small rooms (living, dining, family) into one large great room by knocking down a wall and creating a open concept great room. We now have a space that is 100% usable.
Happy weekend, we are going to be getting a ton of rain so I thought it would be fun to show you how you can easily cozy up your home for winter. A great big thank you to everyone that linked up to Inspire Me Monday!
We had a good amount of rain come through, the air is crisp, the skies are blue and the weekend is here!
There is a little something I didn’t share with you…oops. When we had our master bedroom floors put in we had the floors in the guest room replaced as well. The carpet was pretty nasty, being 12 years old. Instead of new carpet we decided to install the same wood that is throughout the first floor. It was pretty comical around the house that week, no beds for us to sleep in so we put the mattress on the dinning room floor which of course turned into a huge trampoline for the kids.
OK onto some updated pictures
Sophie seriously follows me everywhere.
My husband’s handy work, I love crown!
When our family stays with us it is usually anywhere from a week to a month so when the kids are driving them bonkers they can shut the door and watch the tube.
Before, bye bye carpet!
~Hope your weekend is fabulous~
Chelsea by the sea, Ace Paints.
STYLE: Brindisi Plank
It’s such a tight space to photograph but I tried my best.
I have had so much fun transforming this room with you! Thanks for being so patient with us and joining in on the ride!
at the kids computer area and toy storage.
I modge Podged their names on the wood signs from Michael’s.
The kids craft area is bright and sunny under the window.
The shutters were purchased on Craigslist for $20.
Table was free from a friend, which I transformed.
If I run across the pictures I promise to add them!
Once again, thank you, for your support, encouragement and such kind words!
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!