I'll be honest - I didn't make much progress this last week. It was like -7 degrees outside, the kind of temps that make you want to curl up in a blanket all day. So I decided to look back on some of my furniture redesigns where stenciling was a big part of it. When… Continue reading 4 Ways to Flip Your Stenciling
What to do. What to do. When it's 18 degrees outside and you want to work on a custom project for your client. You step outside, the wind whips your face, and you know it would be a bad idea. So you wait for much improved circumstances. But you want a project. You want to… Continue reading Thrifting for Smalls
So I’ve been planning to build a shed this spring to be a purposeful sanctuary. There are a lot of decisions needed for building a shed. One of the main ones is, How big should it be? I thought I had this part figured out, but then I took some steps that made me think… Continue reading One Size Fits All?
I’m excited to bring vintage furniture that feels NEW to your home with a redesign. This one’s nothing like it was before! This Lane cedar chest was in like-new condition, but the country décor led to a life in storage just waiting for someone to see the potential. Although I had intended to buy something… Continue reading No Longer Country at Heart
I had the rare chance to a day to myself. Office was closed, but kids still in school. That never happens. So I decided to purge and organize my office desk area and ran to get some organizers for all the kids' drawings, school papers, photos, etc. that I just keep tossing in the cabinet.… Continue reading Gone a Thrifting
You’ve seen them, right? These amazing sanctuaries called “she sheds” ultimately for a woman to have her own space to restore her sanity. At least that’s how it looks to me. And I want one. Like really bad. My brain keeps planning it…seeing the layout, furniture, and décor. There’s a wooden fireplace surround at the… Continue reading She Shed for My Soul