The best part about this project is that it’s something you can do for free or super cheap. It’s a great upcycle and the only tool it requires is a hammer.
Our latest DIY remodel-taking a 40s galley kitchen and turning it into an open space with room for family and friends.
The $100 Room Challenge is wrapping up today! Unfortunately, I can’t quite call this a “reveal” since I still have some work to do. Most of the delay was due to rebuilding the gutted pantry and kitchen at the same time.
A modern baby or dog gate with zero building involved. Just upcycle this one product you can always find for free and attach a couple hinges.
We are still mid-kitchen remodel (thanks to 2020–update coming soon). But since the kitchen is now open to the dining room and it’s pretty much one space, we wanted to fix it up a little too. $100 Room Challenge time is MY FAVORITE time to do that. Because, it clearly only costs $100 and it’s […]
Last week I posted about remodeling the kitchen. Here’s the story on why this all started. Back in November (yes, it’s MAY), we were going to host Thanksgiving. Days before, the main sewer pipe in our house rotted through. I was downstairs doing laundry when water came down from upstairs and rocketed out the back […]
You guys haven’t even been introduced to our “new” house yet, hopefully that will come soon, but you’ll meet our kitchen today. It’s T-I-N-Y. Tiny 1940s galley kitchen. Here’s the kitchen from the dining room minutes after we signed the papers for the house (we showed up with bubbly and the pups to celebrate, and […]
This post is updated from 2013 with a lot more details and tips on how to figure out what your decorating style is. I didn’t want to give you a cutesy quiz (even though those are fun!), because I want this to be REAL for you. Not knowing what your style is when decorating can […]
Over 3 years ago, we started offering dog sitting and daycare in our home, as well as dog walking and drop-ins for feeding/playing with dogs and cats using Rover.com. We started it because we love dogs and hate kennels, and the extra money was a bonus. The extra money soon became a necessity when the […]