This is our previous house where we lived for four years. Come on, I’ll show you around.
Our living area is ever-changing. To see it’s evolution, the gallery wall and more on that crazy fiddle leaf fig plant, go here.
To see how I transformed dark-wooded, salmon-walled kitchen entirely with paint, go here. (P.S. I didn’t even take off the cabinet doors!)
To see inside my cabinets, see this post and this post.
It ended up being a two-year process, but my dining room is now white and bright with a large table and kid-friendly chairs. Get the details here.
I found that the most affordable option for art on this large wall was a rug. See how I hung it here.
To see how I put our home office/play room together from Ikea, go here.
To see more about the bird art, go here.
I chose all white for our master bedroom to combat the toys and primary colors that bombard the rest of our house. See the full tour here.
For more about how I glammed up our master bathroom, go here.
To see how I made a plant wall with faux and real plants, go here.
I’ve practically wallpapered our hallway with family photos, both young and very old. I even went up over the door frames and into the corners. Pre-made moulding frames and a simple chair rail provide a boundary and ending point.
To see more details on the gallery walls, go here. For instructions on how to put pre-made moulding panels, go here.
Luca and Adriano’s room
The boys share a room and it keeps evolving. See some fun projects and printables here.
To see how I stenciled the walls and updated the kids’ bathroom, go here.
To see the free program I used to plan this room and how I put it together on the super cheap, go here.
To see more of our patio and find out how to make a succulent centerpiece that lasts years, go here.
- Take a peek inside cabinets and drawers, visit my post How I Simplified and Organized My House.
- See how I organize my entire house with kids.
- Read step-by-step about my interior decorating process.