More Posts

  • DIY: Luxury Upholstered Headboard

    Once we embarked on making over our bedroom, I fell in love with this Ashely Lasseigne’s fabric. Ashley’s fabric and wallpaper is very well-designed and it’s all inspiring. Very quickly, I decided the fabric would make an awesome upholstered headboard. So I reached out to Ashley and she also agreed with my idea. The project […]

  • diy project, teacher's gift, teacher's appreciation,

    DIY: Sharpie® Teacher’s Gift

    Teachers make the world go ’round! Year after year, men and women give their very best to teach our children. Though my children “homeschool” they really are enrolled in a “tuition-free online public school”. With that being the case, they have teachers that they meet with weekly (live sessions) and other opportunities (testing, open house, […]

  • #RoséYourWay

    DIY:Wine Tasting Card

    Summer is right around the corner and I am so ready! It took forever for spring to arrive and I’ve been soaking up all the sun lately. I have a funny feeling that this summer will be one to remember! How about you? Summers are super hot in Louisiana so it’s no surprise that one […]

  • DIY: Faux Shiplap

    Fallen in love with shiplap – the one that Joanna Gaines made popular? Or are you tired of hearing about shiplap? Either way – I love it! I even convinced “B” that we should find a way to incorporate the shiplap look in our home. So far, we’ve done this twice – in the laundry […]

  • DIY: Dual Purpose Flower Centerpiece + Ice Bucket

    Well, I know spring is here, technically, but it’s definitely been a slow start. It’s still snowing in some places and the weather in the South has been pretty cool too. I’ve been itching to get my hands dirty with a project, anything. Maybe a painting project or a DIY project? While at the grocery […]

  • 5 Ways to Use a Mason Jar

    Mason jars can be found everywhere. You can get vintage and antique ones at flea markets. Most craft stores, supermarkets, and even dollar stores carry these useful glass containers. When I was still in business with The Vintage Company, we used them often for centerpieces and other wedding/event uses. Mason jars are made for canning foods, […]

  • You Vote – We Create Challenge

    To truly have an organized and beautiful home it takes work, resources, and lots of patience. When we first bought our home, my husband was confident that we’d renovate the whole house in a year or two. Yeah, right! We learned quickly that would not happen. We have now been in our home 5 years and […]

  • diy copper light fixture , diy light fixture, update light fixture with spray paint

    DIY: Copper Light Fixture

    In organizing the master bedroom closet, there were several DIY projects that we took on. We made a barn door and installed it on sliding door hardware. We painted the off-white ceiling a dark gray. We changed our first light fixture in our home too! When it came to lighting, I was overwhelmed. Light fixtures can […]

  • We Built A Barn Door!

    In looking for ways to beautify the master closet, I immediately thought that installing a sliding door could actually work in this area. You need enough door clearance to install a sliding door (at least 72 inches) so it doesn’t work everywhere. I really wanted to add some drama to the master closet area and […]

  • DIY Vintage Tackle Box Planter

      Looking for some spring inspiration? Check out this DIY Vintage Tackle Box Planter! What’s your design style? Traditional, contemporary, or country? My design style could be described as a mix between country and cottage. Incorporating vintage items into my decorating is always necessary. It’s just a part of my style. However, normally, I’m not […]

Load More
You've reached the end of my blog.