Dreamy Farmhouse Bedroom

Dreamy Farmhouse Bedroom

Before we moved in, this room belonged to a little boy. The walls were painted bright blue and he even had a pirate ship bed!!


If you’ve read my previous posts, you’ll know that blue is not my color. In fact, my husband would say that color is not my color. 😂


This blue wasn’t easy to paint over, but once it was done, the room was transformed. After that, it was just a couple trips to Hobby Lobby and Home Goods and voila.

Paint: Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter

Bedding: Vera Wang via Home Goods

Decor: Hobby Lobby

Headboard: Costco

Fan: Home Depot

Entry Way Decor

Entry Way Decor

Sort of embarrassed that it took me so long to decorate my entry way. It’s the first thing you see when you come in the door! It should have been the first thing I did! But it’s a small space and I was so lost on what to do with it.

Well that’s all changed because today I did it!!! I found this shelf at Hobby Lobby that perfectly fits my little slice of wall. Everything on the shelf is from Hobby Lobby, except the candles. Those were from Target and they smell like cupcakes 🧁 🤤 (don’t worry I won’t light them and set the shelf on fire).

The gallery wall behind is decorated with pieces from Home Goods and Hobby Lobby.

Do you have any spaces in your house that you are struggling to decorate? Show me! Also tag me in your entryways. I love seeing what you all do in your spaces 😘

Modern Farmhouse Bathroom Remodel

Modern Farmhouse Bathroom Remodel

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I have been waiting sooooooooooooooooooo long to write this post. Bathroom remodel phase three has come to an end (spoiler alert: there is a phase four still to come).


Phase One: The floor. We ripped out the square beige tiles with almost zero effort required. That explained the issues we were having with cracking and loss of grout. We replaced them with this gorgeous gray wood grain tile from Lowes. We also painted the room Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter.

Phase Two: The toilet nook. We replaced the old round bowl toilet with an American Standard Vormax Plus from Home Depot. We added floating shelves from Hobby Lobby and styled with accessories from Hobby Lobby and Target.

Phase Three: Vanity wall. The bathroom previously had a single bowl French country style vanity. The space was exactly 72” so we got this amazingly beautiful double bowl vanity from Costco. It’s called the Chandler by Mission Hills. It doesn’t appear to be available right now, but I found a few on Amazon with a similar look:

The top of mine is Quartz, but it looks like marble. True confession: I thought it was marble til last week 😂🤦🏻‍♀️. We added shiplap to the wall above the vanity. It was our first time working with shiplap and I thought it went really well. We used MDF shiplap from Lowes. It comes primed white. We painted all sides before we put it up form moisture resistance and then painted a final coat after puttying the nail holes.

The mirrors and the faucets are both oil rubbed bronze and we found them at Lowes. The lights are Westinghouse from Amazon (two light version we used*: https://amzn.to/39fEEtS but also available in single light*: https://amzn.to/3nXhIUk or triple light*: https://amzn.to/3fwJJz5). We spray painted the bottoms white (Rust-Oleum Universal Flat White*: https://amzn.to/3nVC28p) because we didn’t like the gold color they came in. Decor, as always, via Hobby Lobby, Home Goods, and Target 🙌🏻 If you’re avoiding in person shopping these days like I am, here’s a link to buy some cotton stems from Amazon*: https://amzn.to/33eJbc2

Phase Four: The shower. As over the moon as I am to be done this part of the reno, we still need to retile the tub surround. I would love a marble subway tile to match the quartz vanity top, but I’m still undecided. Pleaseeee tag me in any tub tile inspiration you think would match this bathroom. Also, feel free to reach out if you have any questions or want links to any products we used. Thanks!!

If you liked this project, click HERE to check out the update we did in our main floor half bath!

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Rustic Farmhouse Nursery Makeover

Rustic Farmhouse Nursery Makeover

The previous owners of our home had two little ones. A boy and a girl. Their little girl had a room fit for a princess.


She also had the most impressive bow collection! The colors in this room weren’t quite my style, and the chair rail didn’t vibe with the look I was going for. So sorry lavender princess pad, it’s off you go!


We tore down that chair rail (and with it some chunks of dry wall). We sanded and mudded and sanded and then painted the nursery walls the same color as the rest of the house: Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter.

Did I mention I was 30ish weeks pregnant at the time? 🤣

Fortuitously, our local Buy Buy Baby went out of business at this exact same time! We were able to pick up an entire nursery set for less than we would have spent on a crib. I LOVE bargains!

I found a rug I loved at Home Goods. And then it was off to Hobby Lobby.

I think this room had one of the most dramatic transformations! It’s such a calming space and I love to read with my son and rock him in this room.

My favorite pieces are the baby animal art work hanging above his rocking chair. A friend and local artist Meggie Pie Designs made them for me. I also love the lamp, which was a Hobby Lobby find! What’s your favorite part of this redesign??

Crib and Nursery furniture: Bassett Baby Grayson Collection by HGTV

Rocking chair: Babies R Us