Posts Tagged ‘How to’

Planting a Colorful Spring Flower Container Garden Centerpiece for Easter

How Does Your Garden Grow? Spring is finally here! Theres no better time than to plant a colorful Spring Flower Container Garden Centerpiece. This colorful long lasting arrangement is quick and easy to assemble. Spring to me always brings happy thoughts of green pastures and colorful flowers excited to finally burst through the dormant winter ground. […] Read more…

How To Paint Chevron Stripes: Black, White & Turquoise

Chevron stripes have been popular for a while now but combining them with turquoise, black and white is on trend! Black and white graphics are becoming ever more popular these days in clothing and home decor so I couldn’t think of a better way than to paint a wall in a tween room makeover. If you’ve […] Read more…

Farmhouse Black & White Painted Checkered Floor

Do you love the look of the farmhouse black and white checkered floor? There’s a common thread on my Pinterest boards when it comes to floors. I am constantly pinning painted floors!  Solid colors, patterns, faux painted rugs and just about everything else. When we were renovating the cottage I even painted the damaged floors […] Read more…

Operation Ombre: Turquoise dip dyed wall treatment.

Hello friends and welcome to my first post of 2016! I’ve been a little under the weather since  New Year’s and boy I’ve been itching to get back to using my paintbrush. I’ve been working at my friend Nikki’s house for a few weeks now concentrating on her three kids bedrooms. In  her daughter Cate’s bathroom we were […] Read more…

It’s Back to School & Mom needs a Office Makeover.

Back to school time not only means getting organized for kids and teachers but for busy moms too.  Tackling bus schedules, ballet rehearsals, play dates, swim classes, family functions, and work meeting require some serious organization and time management!  What a better time to get an active working mom a new home office makeover. For […] Read more…

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