Hello friends! How are you doing today? After taking down all my Christmas decorations I realized I was left with a largely blank canvas. My doors and shelves were in need of a little seasonal TLC. Since moving into my new house in April, each season has been an opportunity to expand my holiday decor. With Valentine’s Day around the corner, this was the perfect time for a simple DIY Valentine’s Day wreath.
Hi friends! How was your weekend? This weekend could not have been better! Between visiting family, food, football and shopping, it was a complete success! Now that the holiday season is in full swing I have been sprucing up the house with Christmas decorations. One of my favorite pieces is this DIY Easy Christmas Holiday Centerpiece.
I am way overdue for a house update. This is a small part of a huge makeover I’m working on: curb appeal! There is no denying when I bought this house it needed a little TLC. The house is very loved, but its style dates back to the mid-century. One of the easiest ways to makeover the front door is with paint and a seasonal wreath.
One of my neighbors had a pallet laying around she wasn’t using and offered it to me. Recycling the pallet by making an herb garden was the first thing that popped in my head. Each division of the pallet serves as a separate “pot” and it’s easy to move around while I update my backyard landscape.
While I was waiting to close on the house, I was busy picking out paint colors. I found a beautiful color by Chip and Joanna Gaines. The day I closed on the house, I eagerly began painting only to realize I had a horrible, bumpy texture on my bedroom walls. The entire house has this texture, but the master bedroom was most apparent. Since it is the master bedroom, my home sweet home and cozy sanctuary, I wanted to create a room that had a calming, peaceful ambiance. I made it a goal to create smooth walls.