soul shed journey

Thinking Up the Attic Space

A big surprise in my inbox this month! I was asked to collaborate with https://www.redfin.com on a home design article about making over an attic space. Given my many hours thinking up the she-shed space, I could see the connections. There are so many considerations when rethinking an attic space. Here are some that came… Continue reading Thinking Up the Attic Space

Redesigned Furniture

Tackling 6 Dining Chairs

I bet you or someone you know is looking at their old, wood dining set and thinking, I wish I could get a new dining table and chairs! Then you go to the furniture stores or online and end up saying, Well I can live with this another year or two. Rather than replacing them,… Continue reading Tackling 6 Dining Chairs

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Upcycled Magazine Crate Caddy

Keeping it real here, friends. I received some disappointing news that due to supply costs, I may be facing some real challenges to build the shed this spring (or even this year). I'm trying not to give up, but I have to be honest that I do feel pretty down about it. But I'm going… Continue reading Upcycled Magazine Crate Caddy

Redesigned Furniture

Desk Upcycled to Farmhouse Nightstands

Well, I definitely want to do this again. I mean it's a lot of work, but when you see the results...it's hard to come by tall side tables like this on their own. I've always wanted to turn the vintage ends of a desk or vanity into bedside tables. When I spotted this beauty at… Continue reading Desk Upcycled to Farmhouse Nightstands

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Shed Area 1: Chats & Naps

Spring is coming! Do you know what that means? I'm that much closer to building a dream: my she shed, my soul shed, my space for blessings. Not only for me and my family, but hopefully others as well. I made another leap today. I ordered a bed! This bottom right area of the shed… Continue reading Shed Area 1: Chats & Naps

Redesigned Furniture

4 Ways to Flip Your Stenciling

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

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Thrifting for Smalls

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