Here’s a super simple tute on hanging a wall mounted lamp on a sheetrock wall.
First, let’s start with the dark corner:
Here is a dark corner in the family room at ‘Our House’ with a sad little lamp sitting in the chair just waiting to be used to it’s full potential. I have been busy actually doing tons and tons of changes to the family room and I’m still in the midst of the projects, but let’s get this swing arm lamp up on the wall so it can feel better about life.
So here is the simple cleverness tute. click here to read the rest of the story…
Earlier this summer I went to North Carolina to take part in helping decorate for a friend’s daughter’s wedding and reception.
Both the wedding and reception were held outside on the groom’s parent’s property. Some of the tables were on the dock, some on the patio just outside the pavilion and some Read on…
We bought ‘Our House’ 16 years ago. At the time it, being built in the late 80’s, it was a fairly plain walkout ranch style home without much character. I immediately set into changing that.
Little by little, as we budgeted, (sometimes, my budget differed from my husband’s) I’ve been working at transforming every square foot, inside and out, into a house filled with character.
One of the ways I’ve added character is by working in actual vintage & antique elements, like what I did with the landing chandelier:
This is our Master Bathroom. I’ll give many more details about this entire room in a later posting, but for now, let’s focus on this interior window we installed. Read on…