My husband Stephen and I moved from Arkansas to Denver, CO in 2014, and we are loving life in our new state with our two little girls. I always have a project up my sleeves and love sharing renovation tips and tricks on my way to Before & Afters. I love inspiring others to tackle DIY projects because being proud of where you live starts with saying "I did that myself!"
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Category Archives: master bedroom
We’ve been without a proper bed frame since we moved to Colorado. We kept saying we’d replace the bedroom set we left in Arkansas, but buying a house will quickly drain your furniture budget! This is the bed I’d been … Continue reading
We’ve succeeded in painting another room! After the gray fiasco which led to a quick makeover for our guest room, we chose Silver Drop by Behr and got to work painting our master bedroom. If you recall, this room featured … Continue reading
The master bedroom. If there was an award at Heardmont for most-tweaked room in the house, this one would win it. Last time you saw this room, it looked something like this. If you’ve been paying attention lately, you probably … Continue reading
This time of year never fails to get me itching for change. The most recent change we tackled around the house was to lighten up our bedroom in time for the new year. Don’t get me wrong, I was definitely … Continue reading
Sorry y’all – I know the new floor updates have been few and far between! I promise to share photos soon, but for now here’s a shot of the first casualty as a result of the process. It fell off … Continue reading
Happy Monday everybody! Stephen and I are back from a weekend in Little Rock, celebrating our nephew’s 3rd birthday. We also had a few hours on Saturday to spend shopping for art and antiques with my MIL and had a … Continue reading
I just can’t let sleeping dogs lie. Not while they’re in our master bedroom at least. Maybe it was the light gray walls + gray bedding with only a bit of yellow as a relief, but I just kept feeling … Continue reading
When I was a senior in high school, I was in a play called Bedside Manor. It was about all the drama that went on in a hospital (named Bedside Manor, get it?), and I played a wealthy socialite hiding … Continue reading