As many of your know Justin’s leg is just not healing and we will be taking the next step to get back on track, yes that means another surgery 🙁 . So we will be taking another long pause on our home renovations but at least I can still decorate and re decorate!
Happy Sunday 🙂
This week has been a whirl wind for my Instagram page! I was featured on two amazing accounts and one of the pictures included our coffee bar table that Justin and I made. I got tons of questions where I got it and how we made it so I thought it would be a perfect time to give a tutorial on how we built it! Of course since its already done I don’t have pictures of the building process like I would normal like to have in a blog post, but I will do my best to talk you through it 🙂
Happy New Year!!
Can you believe it is 2017 already!!! Time is just flying! I hope you all had a wonderful holiday with friends and family! I know I did, for the first time ever I took the week between Christmas and New Years off! It was the perfect staycation full of home projects. The first project was a DIY coffee bar table to display my Keurig, Rae Dunn and other farmhouse decor! We built the table (with some modifications) from an Ana White plan. The table was meant for a large open wall we have in our Kitchen, a wall that I have struggled with since we moved in. I just couldn’t find the perfect piece of furniture, so why not build one 🙂 Once this table was complete we added to our kitchen under my mug rack and shelves, but it was still missing something. Shiplap!
I am so exited to finally share with you our completed powder room! As many of you know Justin broke his leg 4 months ago. It just so happen to be the weekend after we tore apart our bathroom and started to shiplap. We were only about 1/3 of the way done before the accident so we were both forced to put this project on hold. Now 4 months later it is finally COMPLETE!!
This week I am doing a tutorial on how we made our DIY industrial shelves, super easy but not super cheap!