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Hey friends! I am so excited to share today’s master bathroom renovation in partnership with Wayfair. You guys know that I love sourcing from them because they are affordable, have super cute items, and fast shipping. If you’re a business owner, I would definitely recommend that you sign up for their business account to get discounted pricing on tons of items.
Hi friends! I recently did a poll on my Instagram asking what you wanted to see next on my blog and about 75% of you said that you wanted to see the sourcing list for a staging project that I did for a realtor down here in Raleigh! I purchased these items on behalf of her so she could use them to stage properties before MLS photos were taken. She keeps the items in storage and pulls them out for properties as needed. You can also rent furniture, but buying and using pieces over and over ends up being more cost effective in the long-run.
Today I wanted to share an affordable and chic gallery wall for any large blank walls that you have in your home. I am pretty minimal when it comes to wall décor, so this wall in our living room was blank for the first year that we lived in our home. But after a while, it started to feel too empty and it didn’t look like a home. So, I went on Pinterest to get some ideas for art, photos, and mirror placement. Our living room has more of a modern/contemporary feel, and I wanted to tie the wall décor to the black marble table that we have in the room. When I saw this photo from Restoration Hardware, I knew that I needed to recreate this wall gallery for our living room!
Hi friends! Things have been busy between both of my businesses, which makes me so happy and fulfilled to be able to help other people in so many different ways from social media education to creating someone’s dream home. We moved into our home a year and a half ago and I’m still dreaming up fun and unique ways to add some flair to different spaces. One of those is our pantry off the kitchen – it’s a decent sized closet with built-in shelving. I am so grateful to have a pantry next to our kitchen in this house because in our previous home, our make-shift pantry was in our finished basement. Our pantry revamp was an idea that I came up with on a whim by combining my love of wallpaper, bright watercolors, and floral shaped flush mounts.