In a few weeks, Justin and I will be updating our small spare bathroom. We aren’t planning anything drastic and certainly won’t be gutting this space, but we feel like it could us a bit of a facelift.CONTINUE READING
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By now I’m sure you’ve seen the standard fall photo all over Instagram of someone looking down at their feet standing on their doormat. It’s everywhere, and my Insta is no different.
I have posted a few pictures now that show glimpses of my porch styled for fall and each time I do, someone asks me where I got the doormat and buffalo check rug that I currently have at our front door.
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I am thankful for a mama and daddy who taught me how to use power tools, sand and stain a piece of wood, hammer a nail, patch a hole, and paint a wall.
I feel like them teaching me these things from a young age helped foster my independence, as well as my do-it-myself attitude, and it allowed me to develop a love for creating things with my own hands. It’s just a really good, proud feeling when you can point to something and say, “I made that.”
Like many, many others who are a fan of Chip and Joanna Gaines, I was up early Sunday morning for the launch of their new farmhouse style home brand at Target, Hearth & Hand.
Since it was cold and rainy, I decided to try my luck at shopping the line on target.com instead of heading out to the store.
Much to my surprise, I was able to score almost everything I wanted, and for the items I couldn’t snag online, I ended up going to Target for anyway.