Just some eye candy to get your through the halfway mark this week. Bailey has always been a favorite of mine, and once again she hit it out of the park with her new house renovation. Here is just a tease, but be sure to hit up the whole story on House Beautiful here.
ahh, how I love a good china cabinet. And more and more I keep seeing them pop up in decor. Everything from country to traditional to modern people are embracing them. As, you may know I have one in my living room. I thought it was a great thing to have in my living room as it takes up some nice space on a wall and it helps host stay to all my favorite glassware.
However, they are no longer just to store china. They can be a perfect place to store (or hide!) all sorts of things. I love this above Cabinet, Designed by Miles Redd and featured in House Beautiful, that has painted glass to completely conceal the inside.
I love the grandeur of having duplicate cabinets to create dramatic presence in a room.
Dimples and Tangles
And one of my favorites of all is bringing new life to the old with some fun, spunky colors!
Anyway I have been on a mad hunt for a new china cabinet. One for my sunroom to help hide all my crafts. I would love an old one to paint navy and then fill with baskets and such to conceal and help organize my life. Stay Tuned for when I find one!!
We have been in the house for a year and a half now, and I have to say I am pretty happy with the progress that we have made so far.
This is what it looked like before….
Right away we ripped up the carpet and had the floors redone. Then it was the tedious process of re-painting all the trim.
We got the master bedroom done pretty early on, but I never took pictures. So finally I am excited to share!
I know many people may think that pink is way too girlie for a master bedroom. But it is such a warm color. When the sun is shinning in it just makes the whole space feel homey.
A lot of the furniture was brought from our condo, so we didn’t have to buy that many new things. My condo was feature on Apartment Therapy! Check out the post here!
The arm chair was a DIY upholstery job. Check out the full post here.
I made all the pillow myself. Ever in the market for some fun customer pillows? Give me a call!