Hi again friends. It's March and it's Spring Home Tour Day!!! Today we're excited to be sharing a bit more of the Dreamhouse with you all! It's been a while since we shared our first ever home tour, but we've never actually shared a walkthrough of our living space when it wasn't all decked out for the holidays. We figured it was about time we came out of hibernation to remedy that. We're joining Shannon of Home Made Lovely and Christina of The DIY Mommy along with 21 other amazingly talented Canadian bloggers and all of us are opening up our homes to bring you a healthy dose of inspiration for Spring. At the bottom of this post, you'll find new posts from different bloggers every day this week - all things Spring. Hopefully Mother Nature will take notice and things outside of our homes will catch up.
Well it's finally here! It's Spring Fever Reveal day & I'm pretty excited to share what Kes & I've been slaving over working on! When I think of spring projects for the home, the first things that tend to come to mind are storage and organization. So when we were tasked with a 'spring paint projects' challenge, we wanted to find an area of the house where we could solve a problem while adding a bit of style. The entryway in my mom's house was the perfect candidate. Home to a broken, non-functioning storage bench and constantly cluttered with shoes, we decided
It's April!!! And after months of snow, ice and Polar Vortex temperatures, Mother Nature is finally giving us a bit of a reprive (knock on wood) from what felt like the longest. winter. ever! Oh - and let me take a minute to say thank you for the overwhelmingly positive emails, text messages & blog comments I received after my last post. It's funny how a public online meltdown always manages to provide the most reader engagement. So thanks guys for allowing me to vent. :) Now on to more pressing matters
You might have noticed things on the construction front have come to a bit of a standstill lately. Well they haven't entirely - we've merely switched our focus from the main area of the house to another. More on that in a bit - but first here are a few of the lessons we've learned in the last several weeks: Windows are expensive. Ok so that's not really something new that we learned. But geeeez! They're made of vinyl & glass people