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Eclectic Regency inspired bedroom revamp inspiration

Revamp Reveal: My Regency Inspired Bedroom

As a child, our home was always spotless, overly fancy, and very structured with an un-expected spark. My mom had a love for gold accents, antique furniture, and quirky touches.  As I got older, it was clear that I grew to be a lot more like my mother than I could have ever imagined, and I’m not talking about her…

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DIY Shag Dining Room Chairs

Tutorial: Dining Chairs Go Sappy to Shag

Every month, my friend Kathryn and I pick one day to request off work for a “friend day”. It’s our one day each month that we meet up early in the morning for a doggy play date, and then spend the rest of our day home store hopping, plant shopping, and doing everything else we can’t do with our husbands.…

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How to Add Size Better Than a Vicky Push-Up Bra

Unless you’re someone of the A-list breed who has 99 problems but square footage ain’t one, why wouldn’t you want to add a little more square footage to your home? There are a ton of ways to trick the eye and false advertise what’s under that roof from your choice of furniture to your choice in art. Here are several…

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Easy DIY Decorative Tray Table for Those Ballin’ on a Budget

With the weather being so nice this past weekend I was motivated to get an outdoor seating area going. I’m really trying to not spend right now because we have our 3 year anniversary coming up in a few weeks and my husbands birthday right after. Still, I felt like it was a top 3 priority to create a small…

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Fun DIY ideas for budget friendly kitchen decor

DIY Sweet and Sour Aprons

Technically I’ve been an adult since I turned 18 but I hadn’t really felt like a true “grown up” until this year. This year, I gave gardening another shot with a lemon tree and managed to successfully keep it alive for longer than a week. I finally established an understanding for the “quality over quantity” concept. I quit smoking, cut…

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Trash to Treasure DIY: Vintage Nightstand Transformation

When we initially moved into our new home with close to nothing to furnish it with, I wanted to decorate it with a plan. I figured I’d start with the areas others would see the most like the living room, dining room, and downstairs bath, and then move my way up to the second floor. I swore to myself that…

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Create Your Perfect Workspace With These 8 Essentials

This weeks was just one of those weeks. The kind where you feel completely uninspired. The weather sucked which left me with severe cabin fever and my cabin fever only made me feel isolated and blah. Every time I’d received a text, I found myself wanting to pour out negativity and I hate being that girl. The truth is that…

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DIY Ikea Hack: From Cheap to Chic Dining

Ikea is a great place to shop when your ballin’ on a budget, but just because you pay a cheap price to furnish your home doesn’t mean your space has to look that way. Normally, I wouldn’t purchase something non-vintage with the intentions on putting work into. However, because full price at Ikea typically means I’m spending around $20, it’s totally…

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eclectic living room inspo for renters

2 Reasons for Broke Renters to Use Tape

So far my years as a renter have been pretty fortunate. I’ve never encountered a landlord who wasn’t nice enough to let me paint the walls with the condition that I paint them back before I move out. However, I have heard of other renters you aren’t so lucky. Still, sometimes it just isn’t worth the money or the hassle…

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Easy Budget Home Decor Gallery Wall Hack Ideas

Secret Gallery Wall Hack for the Broke Perfectionist

If you’ve ever searched “gallery wall hack” I’m almost positive you’ve seen the butcher paper trick. It’s absolutely genius, but for me, there’s one problem. A roll of butcher paper starts at about $30. If you don’t have any other use for whatever’s left over once you’ve created your gallery wall, not only will you have wasted a ton of paper,…

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