I have been seeing some fur accent stools on Pinterest and blogs and I LOVE them! Fur stools are versatile and neutral and would work anywhere from a master bedroom to a living room to a kids room. Also, they are super functional. I mean, can you ever really have too many accent stools? (I originally wrote that sentence without the word “accent” and it did not sit right with this Nurse Practitioner;)) If you don’t know what I am talking about when I say fur stool, here is Anthropologie’s version.
Sorry other seasons, but Fall is my favorite child. I LOVE everything about it. I am taking an inventory of all my scarves because the second the temp dips below 65 F, I am going to wear like 3 scarves just to celebrate. But since it is only mid-August and that is not going to happen for a few weeks, I thought I could at least start some fall decorating with making a few fall printables. And I thought I would share them with you.
In April 2014, when my daughter was just 2 months old and it was Easter weekend, I decided it was the perfect time to paint my builders grade oak kitchen cabinets. Because why not? Seemed like a good time to bite the bullet and do it. Before I could change my mind, and before the hubs got wind of my plans, I quickly removed the cabinet doors and got sanding. Like a ninja. I used the steps nicely laid out by this blog post. I thought I would share my 4 tips for painting cabinets and review how they have held up over time.
We had some friends over for lunch the other day and my guy friend looked at my wall with my giant DIY chalkboard (see tutorial here) and said something like, “So are you in the middle of decorating that wall or what?” Ha! I was NOT in the middle of decorating the wall. I thought I was done for now but then I kept looking at it and realized that it really was missing something. I am on a yarn/string craft kick lately so I thought I would make a quick and simple DIY tassel banner to add to the chalkboard.
As long as I am jumping on the Trend Train, I thought I would go ahead and jump into the floral crown car, which is right behind the macrame/yarn wall hanging car. I am sure my mother and all of those in her generation think it is hilarious (and awesome) that all these things are getting a rebirth in 2016. I love it, obviously. I decided to make my own DIY floral crown and I am going to show you how I did it.