(From Apartment Therapy) Again and again, I’m being drawn to this robin’s egg, turquoise-ish, fresh blue. (From Houzz) I’m just trying to figure out where it will work in my house. (From Apartment Therapy) It just makes me super happy. (From Anne Sage) What do you think?
I am reeeaally wanting to re-do our little mudroom to become this above shot. Or this. Or this. But with a washing machine. Is this physically possible? The room is about 12 feet X 5 1/2 feet. Quick. I need a degree in architecture. And design. Let me get on that. Give me a few [...]
Here are a few things that I just pulled from the Garden. And as you can see, and as usual, I totally credit my addiction to book learning. That said, I’m going to have a lot of talk about, show you, and experiment with on this topic over the next couple of months. Because my [...]
A shower with lots and lots of tile! Floor-to-ceiling tile. And it is rad! Mainly, because we can shower. Hooray for hygiene! And the project is done, for now. I’ll post the final bathroom results when it’s final. Expect something around February.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Everywhere I go. Take a look in the five-and-ten, Glistening once again. With candy canes and silver lanes aglow It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Toys in ev’ry store But the prettiest sight to see is the holly that will be On your own front [...]
I’m dreaming of a white dining room over at Family Style today. Lots of ideas. Join me.
Remember I said I wanted to live in the NYC Ace Hotel bathroom? Well, we’re moving that bathroom into our house this weekend. Because nothing says “Thanksgiving” like tearing the walls apart. Right? So far we’ve done this. And this. And this. Awesome, right? I’ll keep you posted on the progress.
So, it’s true. I’ve sorta become a farmer. As I type this sentence, I have 22 different kinds of things growing in my backyard. You should also know that I am someone who cannot keep a plant alive. I’m not sure how the two things live together. But maybe that will explain some things… This [...]
The corn in our garden is starting to grow, so, one morning, I woke up irrationally determined that we needed a scarecrow. True, I’ve never actually seen a bird moving anywhere near this garden, but I firmly believe it could happen. Someday. Because these are the kinds of “ohmygodwhatifonedaythatthinghappened” things that I think about. Regularly. [...]
You may remember that last spring, we moved into the house that my great grandmother spent her days in, with the full intention and ambition of loving it back to its glory life of 1925 (but with air conditioning and indoor plumbing). I do realize that last spring was about a million days ago (1 [...]