Vera’s patterns are so lovely, especially as wallpaper. This would be really cute in a powder room.
Brandon and I have taken on a lot of projects since moving into our home in 2007, and last year was no exception. Here’s what we tackled around the house in 2010.
We cut a hole in our hundred-year-old door to allow our cats access to the basement. We should have done it sooner.
I put together a comprehensive DIY Painting Tips and Tricks Guide.
Who knew a dish rack and a $5 glass bottle could make a kitchen sink so much cuter?
Our roof sprung a leak, so we had to spring for a new roof. We made the most of a bad situation by addressing our second floor’s heating issues and chose a white roof to reflect the sun.
We solved one of our biggest storage dilemmas and organized our stacks of CDs.
I showed you how to make inexpensive custom-sized roller shades for your windows.
I explained why I’m painting the wood trim in my home. Then I took forever but finally finished painting the trim white in the dining room. I still have to paint the ceiling in there, and paint the trim in the living room and my office though.
I also showed you how I arranged my white ceramics collection with step-by-step photos.
I mixed white plates with fun metallic options to show you how to set a holiday table with a several variations.
Pantone’s color of the year totally validated my living room.
We started remodeling our unfinished basement to make room for my studio, along with a laundry room, half-bathroom, play space, and storage area. Finishing the basement will also allow us to turn the current studio into Eleanor’s new bedroom, and then update Eleanor’s nursery for the new baby.
So that’s what was happening around the house in 2010, and I have a lot more in store for 2011! C’mon already basement. I’m ready for you.