I’m still over here painting things sage and this project did not disappoint. Even if it did take me probably 5 months to finish! Come with me, let me show you my hallway’s new look. Here’s a look at the before: And after: This hallway has so many doors and is fairly dark so I… Read More Sage doors and wainscoting hallway
I’m happy with how our master bedroom is coming along, but I wanted to add some character to these small, basic windows. I found the easiest, 5-minute solution ever! Let me show you: This is the before. It’s a simple builder-grade window. I like this wall painted Kendall Charcoal, but it still needed some help.… Read More 5-minute window crosshead, no power tools!
I added simple trim with pre-made corners to add some drama to this little nook. It’s urethane, so it’s very lightweight and easy to work with. It’s flexible and easy to cut, so you won’t need a power saw. You haven’t seen much of this reading nook on the blog! I left it empty for… Read More Easy trim moulding in reading nook
A piece of chair railing plus pre-made frames add instant character at an affordable price. Add some glue and a few finishing nails and it’s up! Our house was a big blank, white box when we moved in and I’m on a mission to fix that! Moulding adds so much depth and it doesn’t have… Read More DIY: The easiest wainscoting