Big home projects are exciting, but they can also be overwhelming, stressful, and expensive. In recent years, I’ve learned that making small, inexpensive upgrades to your home can have just as much of an impact as the big ones. Smaller projects can be the best learning experiences and for me, the best DIY confidence boosters.
Since we bought our home in 2014, I’ve been itching to find a suitable table for a certain empty wall in our home. After purchasing and being very disappointed with various entry tables, I took it upon myself to build my own.
Here’s part one of my DIY galvanized pipe farmhouse entry table.Read More
If you caught my post from last week, you saw the details of purchasing materials and building the frame for our DIY galvanized pipe farmhouse entry table. Building the frame was only the beginning, and I’m obsessed with the final product. Take a look at how we finished the table below.Read More
Earlier this year, we changed out the flooring in our bedrooms and ever since, we’ve been working on putting the finishing touches in our kids’ rooms. Holly, who is currently 11, came up with a game plan for a mirror / artificial vine wall and we made it happen for under $30!
Here’s how we created this inexpensive artificial vine wall.
Over the past few months, we’ve been working hard to transform the upper level of our home. We’ve made some big changes, but I’m completely blown away by the impact new flooring has had. Just getting rid of our old carpet has us feeling like we live in a completely different house.