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Kitchen Shelving Update

Kitchen Shelving Update - Happy New Year, friends! I missed everyone and it feels great to fall back into my blog routine. I’m eager to see what the year ahead will bring and I’m embracing a fresh start, as we kick off 2023. I’m not big on resolutions, but I do love the excitement, creativity, and optimism a blank canvas brings. This spring will mark four years since we finished our kitchen renovation, which is honestly hard to believe! Time flies! This is actually the longest we’ve ever lived in a home (another crazy realization)… we’re typically accustomed to moving often. That said, Emmett & I love it here and while big renovations are still in the works- sometimes those small changes can make the biggest impact. Our kitchen is still my favorite, but one particular area was feeling bothersome or forced and I wanted to update it before the year came to a close. I had always planned for and have enjoyed the open storage above our coffee bar, but the existing floating shelves just weren’t working for me anymore… strictly from an aesthetic perspective. Click through for my thought process, reasoning, and installation for a quick, yet impactful update in our kitchen. I thought it would be fun to kick off the year with a tiny makeover. Shall we? Continue Reading

Design Discussion : Shelf Styling with Books -
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Design Discussion : Shelf Styling with Books

I’m back with this month’s Design Discussion post and another hot, controversial interior design topic. Today I wanted to chat about shelf styling with books. I get a lot of these types of comments & messages… “I’m so happy…

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Custom Closet In My Home Office (+A Video!)

I’ve been anxiously awaiting the day to reveal our next custom closet! If you missed the first one, check out our brand new (super functional) guest room closet. This time around, I designed a unit for my home office. Click…

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Custom Built-In Update

Here’s a little reno update for you guys. The above image is the BEFORE shot. Getting rid of the outdated 60’s fireplace was a must. You might remember it from the flooring post? Luckily it looks a lot different now…