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Hi, I’m Becky

For the last 5 years we have lived in our fixer upper home. We’ve done little projects here and there but now we are getting to the good stuff. I’ve always loved interior decorating and had a vision of the potential our house had lying in store.

I hope you follow along with our everyday life and feel inspired to create a space you love no matter where you are.

Downstairs Bathroom Design Board

Downstairs Bathroom Design Board

We’ve made a good amount of progress on the downstairs bathroom. It’s about three quarters of the way done. Before I share the progress pictures, I wanted to share the design board I made. Calling it a design board makes me sound like a real designer!

The hardest choice was the wallpaper. I knew I wanted to use temporary wallpaper because I have taken wallpaper off before and don’t want to put anybody through that kind of misery. Plus it makes me feel better that I could change my mind if I wanted to later.

I went back and forth on wallpaper samples. I got 5 samples from one company and 5 from another. Then I still wasn’t completely happy and ordered one more sample. I asked friends to help me decide and was so glad I did! The last sample I ordered was the winner. Sometimes you need another set of eyes.

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  1. Botany in Charcoal/Putty from Chasing Paper

  2. Cedar and Moss

  3. World Market Hanging Planter (Out of Stock)

  4. Silestone (Quartz Brand) Calcutta Marble (Locally Sourced)

  5. Trinsic Faucet in Matte Black

  6. Symmons Towel Ring

  7. Burns 100% Cotton Hand Towel

  8. Trinsic Toilet Paper Holder

  9. Arlo Blinds (Mine are corded from a few years ago and Cameron cut them to size after we added molding. Looks like they now only sell cordless!)

  • Cabinet and Mirror were handmade by Cameron. Mirror wood is pecky hickory.

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Downstairs Bathroom Progress

Downstairs Bathroom Progress

Kitchen Open Shelving

Kitchen Open Shelving