Home Renovation: Fresh Cement and Rain

We recently gave the exterior of our home a revamping. Notice the pictures? I know what you are thinking, it sure needed it! Yes, it did! In the process, I requested for my husband to remove those brick boxes because I felt like it limited our space. In fact, I often joked that it seemed … Continue reading Home Renovation: Fresh Cement and Rain

Home Decor: Fall Threshold

My entrance still needs a few updates to be administered such as the door knob issue where we ended up having to replace the top part because the other one gave up on us, therefore, leaving us with two different door knobs; the roman shade on the second window has still not been completed and, … Continue reading Home Decor: Fall Threshold

Home Decor: Older Daughter’s Room

“Look at a day when you are supremely satisfied at the end. It’s not a day when you lounge around doing nothing; it’s when you’ve had everything to do, and you’ve done it” – Margaret Thatcher Boy is this ever so true because we, as in my husband, kids and I, painted for days to … Continue reading Home Decor: Older Daughter’s Room

Home Decor: Kitchen Table Dining

I blogged, a while back, about me loving this table, chairs and settee's. One King's Lane makes it possible to find inspiring pieces to gaga countless hours over. Simply beautiful! I do not, however, have $1600 to simply splurge on a beautiful table.   Since then, I've been on a quest to find my own version … Continue reading Home Decor: Kitchen Table Dining

Home: Phase 2 – The conquest, the rebuilding, the exhaustion of the kitchen.

There is one thing I realized during the live-in renovation of our house. . .if the kitchen or the master bedroom isn't completed first, your whole life is chaotic. The moment the kitchen and bedroom were ready, I felt a great -- GREAT weight lifted off my shoulders. I instantly felt a ton of weight released into … Continue reading Home: Phase 2 – The conquest, the rebuilding, the exhaustion of the kitchen.