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Happy Friday! As you know I'm doing many projects all at once but I'm getting close to finishing up the living room and kitchen and I can't wait to share with you guys what I've done. I did a small project with an old window I bought for ten dollars. I'm all about DIY projects and saving money. I found some other DIY projects with Old windows that I really liked and thought I would share it with you as well.On my project I just dry brushed the window,added hooks and knobs from Walmart and cut out a map and taped it with clear tape to the back so you can see it through the window. Hope you have a wonderful weekend and keep DIYing!
TGIF!! I'm sure a lot of people are saying that but it doesn't matter as far as I'm concern my projects continue on into the weekend lol !! I wanted to share my 2nd project with you. I'm working on the kitchen and I decided to whitewash the table,paint and weather the chairs. I must invest in a paint sprayer is all I can say lol. Here's a look at the end results. I just need to put lighting up and window treatments and I will be able to share the finished project. Till then enjoy the pics and have a great weekend!!P.S. I'm waiting on an ottoman to add to the living room project so I can share with everyone. I may end up making one myself lol!! Allie
Hi everyone! It's been crazy busy here ever sense we received our household goods from the movers.Here's a little project(one of many I'm working on) I just finished.I took an old stereo console and painted to use in the living room.Nothing like giving something old new life and purpose. I forgot to take a pic of the before so I had to find a pic online and this is the most similar to what I have.
I'm still shopping for either a lamp to add to this or two lanterns a large and medium one.I hope your having a great week and I will post some more project pics as I get through with them.Thanks for stopping by!
there!!Happy Friday and what a happy day it is indeed!Why you ask ,well
I just discovered removable wallpaper better known as "renterswallpaper!!If
your like me who moves around every year or two then you understand my
excitement.I bet your wondering why I move around so much well it's my
hubbys fault lol his job takes us to many new places and adventures so I
can't complain until its moving day!I'm
actually use to it being that my father was in the military and we moved
around a lot.The good thing about moving so often is that you find
things you didn't know you had when you unpack.I also like that every
place we move to its like a blank canvas for me to do my thing create a
new home for us.Our last place was a condo on the beach in Panama City.I
am missing it already lol Here are a few pics.We have just moved to Alabama and the new house we are in has presented me with a few
challenges.It is also Christmas and we get our stuff the 23rd so looks
like I wont be decorating for this holiday season.I am looking forward
to revamping some furniture pieces and I'm looking at renters
wallpaper.My next post will be all about that with some pics of
course.Hope everyone has a great Christmas and don't eat to much!Thanks
for stopping by!
Happy Monday, I'm excited to talk with a fellow blogger today. We have Rachel Ritter, an Interior Designer with +CMYfabriK.
QUESTION#1:When did you start in the Design industry and where did you go to school?Okay that's two questions :) RR:I started designing
people's homes last year while finishing school at the Art Institute of
Raleigh-Durham. That first project is still my favorite so far. It's
technically still ongoing, due to deployments and things like that, it
tends to slow it down, but that's what's great about working with
military families. While there's a lull in the design, it gives me time
to work on other projects so that I can learn and get better. By the
time that I return to this project to start working on the master bath,
I'll have grown so much! Last month was a whole year that I've been
doing this, crazy how time flies.QUESTION: Where do you live and what type of Designer are you? RR:I live near Fayetteville in
North Carolina. I am a Residential designer but am super excited to get
into commercial design. There are so many up and coming businesses in
the area that need that final touch to make their spaces stand out. I
look forward to creating memorable spaces no matter what the size of the
business is. I am also interested in doing staging for model
apartments and possibly working with builders to establish new
construction home layouts.QUESTION:What is your style and who is a designer you are inspired by? RR:I absolutely love color and tons of
texture, I try to incorporate it into my fashion sense and out there in
the designs I do for myself and for clients. One Interior Designer
that is my fav right now is Emily Henderson- she is so cute and quirky
and her designs are amazing! Being budget-friendly for my client's sake
is important to me, so the show" The High Low project" is what I strive
to emulate. Finding great items for reduced prices makes everyone
I know this will sound cliche but I find inspiration
everywhere. I love trolling my Instagram feed- there are so many
creative people out there! Cool art is a must, Houzz.com is a great
resource for inspirational redesigns, lighting makes me happy so yeah, I
find inspiration in anything and everything!QUESTION:Okay, so let's wrap this up what is your goal as a designer?RR: I would love to help all
families who are just starting out and those who need change in their
lives. I can help with material boards, furniture selections, space
planning, thrift store shopping, DIY projects (which are always the
best), and then paint & color selections.
I want to help
“real” people, by that I mean the regular people who live on budgets but
want change in their lives. That can come in the form of getting help
with designing rooms in their home, getting assistance with furniture or
maybe help with going through paint selections. I want to help those
who are intimidated by hiring an designer or feel it’s not in their
budget, I aim to make the design process understandable and affordable.
For me, in the end it’s about helping people. I love being able to help
them get a revamped space but without breaking the bank.Thanks Rachel for taking time out and being a guest.If you want to get into touch with Rachel you can reach her at http://about.me/CMYfabriK,https://www.facebook.com/CMYfabriK,http://cmyfabrikblog.com/,or at (910) 884-6097.
Happy Monday!While at HPMKT I had the privilege of discovering Lillian August at the Hickory White showroom.Talk about swoon!!!!It was love at first sight lol ,so here's a bit of history on her and I'm sharing pics I took.I'm still in awe at how she uses so many vibrant colors yet her designs are so sophisticated and inviting.Lillian August started out in the 1980's selling quilts,crafts and such.She ending up going to New York to share her work and in turn got Imperial Wallcoverings interested in her.The rest is history.She has been non-stop and on fire ever sinse.She has many furniture stores and has partnered with many top manufacturers such as Fabricut and Hickory White.It seems that her talent was passed down to her sons, John and Dan ,who help her run the family business.Dan is President and CEO and John is Chief Operating Officer.