Italian and elegant. Copper and matte. Your family will be begging to take home one of your luxurious Succulent Terrarium Wedding Centerpieces. Not to mention, blood, sweat and tears were shed to make these come to life. And I am not joking. My sister-in-Christ, Vanessa, helped us get out of a hole when the idea of our beautiful Succulent Terrarium Wedding Centerpieces almost failed just days before the big day! Read More
Yas, yas, yas queens! Pot of Gold Centerpieces are here to stay and brighten your day. Remember my the post last week about the spray painted shamrock coins? My wife and I took it to a new level. Read More
I love everything shiny about St. Patrick’s Day. If you keep up with my blog, you probably know that by now. Anything I can whip out a can of gold spray paint, I’m in! And this is the season we’re in. Read More
This Bathroom Cotton Swab Jar is easy to make & convenient for every day grabbing, this neat little storage container couldn’t come more in handy!
You know that was neat Q-tip containers that they sell in the travel size I’ll of Walgreen’s or any other drugstore? Well, we have to using those to store our everyday cotton swabs. We have it neatly tucked away in one of our master bathroom vanity drawers. It’s been a long time coming that we would get sick of it because it runs out quickly and constantly needs to be refilled. Read More
I swear this is one of the easiest DIY projects known to man. There has been a beautiful Galvanized Steel Trash Bin on our IKEA shopping list for quite a while. There was just so much work to be done out in the patio that left us no room for extra gimmicks and gadgets out in the backyard even if it meant having the coolest Galvanized Steel Trash Bin & Spray Painted Copper Handles on the block. Read More
This is the second DIY tutorial post about a bathroom faucet this month! I’ll shoot right to it and let you know that this one has nothing to do with the crazy water leak we had in our master bathroom. Thank God for that! We have a half bath downstairs that has a few neat characteristics. Originally the walls in this bathroom were all baby blue—eek—but it had white pallets of wood on the bottom half of the walls. The wood part we liked, the baby blue part, not so much. Since we had painters come in after Christmas to paint the whole house, we decided to go with Sherwin-Williams Aristocrat Peach for the top half of the walls and Snowbound White for the wood, which is the shade of white we chose for the rest of the house. We wanted to go with an old-fashioned farmhouse style look with this bathroom. This was inspired by the waterfall faucet that the bathroom came with. Score for us! Read More