Hi friend! Come on in. I’m updating our house one paint job at a time!
See how I redid our front porch with paint and stencils in this post!
I painted the door this pretty sage color and it adds just a subtle pop of color and interest.
Check out how I did this board and batten wall. By myself. In one day.
Here’s what it looks like now with some easy DIY art and faux wood painting.
I made a frame for the tv that opens and shuts with binary doors and added some snake plants up top on the ledge I never know what to do with!
This wall has been through quite a few transformations in just five years. But now I love it! The background used to be pink, but I painted it my favorite sage color to match the hallway.
Here’s how I added moulding and ceiling medallion to these tall blank walls with no power tools!
And here’s how I made a little library space with IKEA shelves!
I used a $19 stencil to give this blank kitchen some life.
I added some shelves for interest and painted the side of the fridge white to look more like a built-in.
And here’s how I organize my whole kitchen!
We closed in this wall in the dining room and I did another board and batten wall!
See how this huge wine cabinet went from orangey oak to bleached wood in this post.
Marcello and I share this office. My favorite part is the huge ocean mural!
See how I put up the peel-and-stick wallpaper (and almost ruined it!) in this post.
Here’s how I wallpapered this chinoiserie mural in our primary bedroom.
I updated this bathroom with only paint and $261! Here’s how.
Here’s the easiest way to frame a builder-grade mirror.
Here’s how I organize my bathroom and printable minimalist checklist.
See my daughter’s room with framed mural here.
See her little workstation, gold ceiling star decals and shelf styling in this post.
See how I painted the ugly tile in this bathroom for $60 in this post!
Here’s how I did the teal board and batten wall in the boys’ shared room and stamped the star ceiling.
This is how I put up a super easy cork board wall!
Paint transformed this standard beige builder’s bathroom and gave it some needed dimension and personality!
This is how this big white box went tropical and sage! (Mural $129 and curtains $30)
And here is the cheapest movie theater room ever. And we use it almost every day!
I added wainscotting to the walls and painted the trim and doors sage. I LOVE it. I never tire of this pretty, calming color.
See our blank patio turned plant-filled retreat in this post.
And here is how I painted the checkers without tape.
We built a simple fire pit in the woods.
And a fun kid clubhouse out of old pallets beside the fire pit.
- Tour of the guest house on the property where my in-laws live.
- Tour of our previous house.
- Video tour of this house shortly after we moved in.