Welcome!Thank you for checking out our blog! I started blogging during our 2 year stint in the British Virgin Islands and found I really enjoy journaling in this way. Now that we've purchased a 125 year old home, we are embarking upon a very different kind of adventure!
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Category Archives: Cabinets
Last week’s Thanksgiving holiday meant time for a house project! And this one was long overdue. One of our first kitchen projects, 6 years ago, was refinishing the cabinets with bead board wallpaper and new paint. At that time we … Continue reading
I hope you are having a joyous holiday season! EO is enjoying his fourth straight day of Christmas celebrations- that’s a lot of paper to try and eat! It hasn’t been all elves and mistletoe around here though. I’ve had … Continue reading
So… it’s been nearly a month since my last post. Yikes! I guess that tells you just how much I’ve been able to complete since I returned to work… Besides the regular craziness of transitioning to working momhood, we’ve had … Continue reading
Most of my projects lately have been knock-offs of things I saw on Pinterest, but I’ve been working up a more original idea – a wardrobe in out guest bedroom. We’ve added closet space in our bedroom and EO’s bedroom, … Continue reading
Our most recent kitchen mini-makeover (the mudroom corner and relocated fridge) has made such a difference in our kitchen that we’ve decided to scrap our original plan for a full-scale remodel. There are still things that need doing, (new flooring, … Continue reading
I’ve posted about our kitchen a couple times before. Very shortly after moving in we updated the room with paint. That’s one of my favorite “before and after” pics. What a difference some paint and wallaper (or lack thereof) … Continue reading
Since moving into our fabulous new-to-us-but-really,-really-old house, my biggest complaint about our kitchen was the lack of a pantry. Especially once the cabinets were repainted and the “beadboard” (wallpaper) went up, and the insulation was put in so it wasn’t … Continue reading