It’s been this way for a while but I’m loving my mantle lately! <3
mantle #decor #design #style #interiordesign #natural #flowers #artwork (Taken with Instagram)
finished my project :) #jewelry #DIY #pinterest #project #display #storage #organization (Taken with Instagram)
This is what I’ve been up to lately. :)
Just added one of these
to the sidebar… I didn’t expect it to blend in so well (or look so cute)!
Everyone come join the Pinterest party!
Friday Home Feature
5 bed/5.5 bath
Unlike last time’s Georgia home, this is a house I can see myself in! It’s a large house (the listing doesn’t state the actual square footage) on an acre of river-side land. It has a huge gourmet kitchen with an awesome stone hearth and plenty of storage and counter space. There are hardwood floors throughout the house. It’s difficult to tell without a floor plan but it appears that the kitchen opens up to a large great room style dining area and family room (other pictures show more formal rooms probably intended for formal living and dining rooms). Check out that stone fireplace in the family room. Dreamy! Not to mention you’d have plenty of storage in this house, with all the custom built-in shelving and cabinetry.
Outside, there are three one-car garages to the right. There’s also a back patio overlooking the river, and the listing claims that it has a “builtin [sic] outdoor kitchen.” I’d love to see more pictures of the outdoor areas but as of right now there are none.
As always, click the source for the full listing.
Hump Day DIY
These gorgeous ombre napkins are so simple to make. It really only takes some dye and some patience. Lovely!
(via this is glamorous)
In lieu of a Hump Day DIY today, I’m attempting an actual project! A class I’m taking requires a group blog (check it out at Undergrad Society), and my contribution there this week is an artwork on a budget tutorial. I’ll be posting the whole thing here as well!
Hump Day DIY
So smart! And I really like the unusual use of vertical space outside. This would also be pretty up against a wall, or with some really drapey, vine-like plants. It seems a little above my head, skill-wise, but nothing my handy boyfriend couldn’t…handle.
one other good idea for houses with little space: a hanging gutter garden.