Hello All! So sorry for the delay in writing but things on the suburban farm have been a bit crazy. As I think I mentioned, my partner was furloughed in March. He has been at home sitting in his harry potter under the stairs work closet for the last number of months teaching himself how … Continue reading Corona Recovery Plan
I’ve been doing some bedroom makeover in my brain as of late. I actually haven’t gone out and purchased anything because it feels superfluous, but I thought maybe you would be interested in knowing what was happening in my fantasy bedroom revamp. I’m going to link to some things that I have my eye on. … Continue reading Imaginary Bedroom Revamp
I read one decorating blog religiously and that is Kate’s Mad about the House blog. A number of weeks (months?) back she has a post on “shopping one’s house” for design inspiration. Here is a similar post from Apartment Therapy. It’s the household equivalent of “shopping one’s closet,” or to put together new outfits that … Continue reading Making new (with things you already own)
Everyone is talking about neo-mint. I remember being a child and buying a mint jumpsuit to wear to a wedding. I was such a tomboy that I didn’t want to wear a dress. My mother insisted that I had to get something nice. We were standing in Kmart having an argument and finally decided on … Continue reading On trend bedroom re-design ideas for £600: neo-mint or tranquil dawn?
I recently put up some photos about my bathroom revamp. I thought that I would show you what I am doing with my living-room also. There are a lot of challenges that I have with our furniture. Most of them boil down to the fact that almost everything that we have was given to us, … Continue reading Living-room refresh
So it’s been really hard for me to figure what I should write about since moving because, upon arrival, there are a lot of wants and not so much moolah to go around. So today I thought that I would walk you thru how I made a new overhead shower for only 162 pounds! The … Continue reading How to add a standing shower to a clawfoot tub on a budget