Hey there. I'm excited to share my Fall Home Tour with you today. For the past few weeks I've been slowly decorating our home here and there when I have free-time. Having a little one under my feet wanting to help has been a challenge, but we had fun adding fall touches around the house.
Our foyer and dining room are decorated very neutral this year. The hanging basket, pine cone wreath, and dried hydrangeas bring a natural feel that I love.
I've decorated several other fall vignettes around our home including the mantel, kitchen, and the front porch.
Thanks for taking the time to stop by today. I can't wait until cooler weather and for the leaves to start changing!
Last month I shared a house remodel that I worked on recently. Today I wanted to show you what we did in the half bathroom. Originally there was an awkward small pedestal sink, floor to ceiling mirror on the wall, and outdated fixtures.
Now this half bathroom looks refreshed and has plenty of storage with its repurposed server turned vanity. This piece of furniture was a perfect fit for the small space and it adds so much charm with all of the details and granite top.
I've been gathering a lot of inspiration for a new design project that's underway. I did a bit of online searching this weekend and these gray cabinets are what I have in mind for this project. I'm normally drawn to light colored cabinets but I'm really into these darker tones with white walls.
Hey there. Today I'd like to share with you a recent project that I was able to be apart of. This beautiful thirty year old house has gone through a major overhaul inside and out. Now it looks practically like a new construction home with all of the updates!
Take a look at all of the before and after photos to see how gorgeous this house remodel turned out.
First up, they painted the brick exterior (which really made the whole house look instantly updated), added wooden shutters, installed taller front doors, started fresh with all of the landscape, added entry lanterns, and slate for the front porch.
Heading inside the front foyer where the staircase was revamped with wooden treads and darker stain. Much better than the carpet.
We kept the living room furniture overall neutral mixed with dark antique furniture they already owned. We added a beautiful muted green Oushak rug, accessories, and art to infuse some color in the space.
They enclosed a doorway in the dining room for more wall space to the connecting office room.
The kitchen is now a breath of fresh air with light cabinets and counter tops. The island now has closed storage on the ends and a new counter top shape that works so much better for the family's main gathering area.
The kitchen bar was updated with decorative sconces and molding. They enclosed the bar opening with additional storage on the opposite side and changed the counter top shape and overhang.
Moving to the master bath, they refaced and painted the vanity and linen cabinet, added new counter tops, updated faucets, hardware, mirrors, lighting, and tub.
Not to mention that all of the interior walls were repainted a neutral beige color and detailed crown molding was added throughout the entire 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath house.
Lastly, the back porch off the kitchen and large dining area showcases a relaxing sitting area that overlooks the colorful flowers and lush back yard. The slate flooring was a great addition.