Cane and I aren’t the only ones in the family who like to get creative. Today we’ve got a guest post from Grace–a girl who loves her writing, her friends, and her hot glue gun. We think she’s got a blogging future ahead of her. ************************ Sorting through my closet the other day, I found(…)
Today we’ve got an update on our progress in the Imagine the Impossibilities Challenge, which you can read about here (or here or here or here or here). Click here for our week 1 progress report. This weekend, all three kids were with their other parents. All weekend. 0 kids. I’m sure you can do the(…)
Ever just feel a little off your game?
Today is the first set of assignments to help you play with discovering/creating your own design style. Did you miss parts 1 and 2 of our design for non-designers series? You can find them here and here. In the comments to Part II of our series, MamaHolt (from one of my favorite blogs, Wabi-Sabi Home(…)
The idea that we can renovate our entire bathroom ourselves seems to fit into the realm of the impossible, which is why we are perfect candidates for the Imagine the Impossibilities Challenge, which you can read about here. Here’s our first progress report. Our big bathroom renovati0n is underway. We are busy applying our “good(…)
Yesterday we shared some basic lessons we’ve learned about home design: 1.The first step to creating a nice home is determining what kind of “nice” you want it to be. To create spaces we love, we have to figure out what kind of space we want. 2. The particular kind of nice you choose needs(…)
Home design for non-designers Part I: Two basic principles for creating a house that feels like home
Today we’re launching our first series: Have you ever felt overwhelmed at the prospect of designing your home? Maybe you know what you want to end up with–or at least have some ideas about that–but you have no idea how to get there. Or–more likely–you’re not even sure what you want to end up with.(…)