I attempted to start a blog approximately 435,045 times before feeling like I actually got it right. I knew there were plenty of books to read and research to be done, but they always seemed to be about increasing traffic, how to sell your . . .
As you may know, I really love Etsy. I have purchased custom products from Etsy since I was in college and have been a seller since 2015. However....you know what Etsy is missing? Instant gratification. You know, Amazon Prime kind of . . .
Our family doesn't "sit around" very well. Jocelyn is at the dance studio 5-6 days a week, Phil works 6-day work weeks almost every week, and Henry gets toted around with the rest of us. So, when we have several days of down time, we get stir . . .
Some posts and pictures need lots of words, explanations, and intros. And others...well...no words are needed. However, if you aren't familiar with how this little house began its remodeling adventure...you MUST see its "before" pictures here! It . . .
There's often a dilemma when you go to list your house for sale. You know it'll sell faster if everything is fresh and updated, but that costs money...and....aren't you trying to sell your house to get money out of it, not put more money in? . . .
We were contracted by homeowners to completely renovate their new little weekend getaway home on the Chickahominy River. At 535 sq/ft, it certainly qualifies as a tiny house renovation! While the homeowners wanted to create as much functional space . . .
This bathroom was your typical 1990s contractor-grade, character-less master bath. It had certainly served its purpose for 20+ years, but the homeowners were ready for something that felt more like a spa, a personal retreat, and a peaceful way to . . .
When my cousin and his wife recently had a wedding-redo for local family and friends, they asked my sister and I to be the honorary wedding (redo) planners. We discovered long ago that we make an excellent event-planning team, since I love all . . .
We have lived in our 1958 brick rancher (complete with a 1958 original stove/oven) for about 7 years, and if you are familiar with this era homes, every room is its own entity, separated by walls and narrow doorways. So for the past, oh I dunno - 7 . . .