I worked on this black and white master bath project a LONG time ago, but I’ve been sharing it on Instagram and remembered that I never shared it here on the blog. Then, my client actually moved out of her home right after we had her first install, so I never got a chance to get professional photos taken OR finish up the last couple of details. It’s a good thing I took decent(ish) photos with my phone, so I can share them with you!
Let’s start with the before photos.
I’m so excited to show you guys my latest transformation into a gorgeous, bright, eclectic guest bathroom, so I’m just going to jump right in!
At Home and Pfister Faucets partnered with me to transform my mom’s guest bathroom. We changed the fixtures, painted the walls and cabinet, and added some fun accessories. (more…)
I can’t believe I’m JUST getting to sharing my bathroom decor!
I’ve totally failed you guys!
I painted and decorated my bathroom almost a whole year ago.
I finally launched my 30+ page eBook, the Easy Guide to Decorating a Rental Apartment. If you rent and want a fabulous space without spending all your money or losing your deposit, you definitely need to grab your copy!
In the eBook, I’m touching on:
- My favorite paint colors to use in rentals
- Other options if you can’t paint
- Gallery wall options
- Updating ugly fixtures
- How to ensure you get your deposit back
- Space planning
- Using color in apartments
- and more
I’m also sharing some short stories from life in my previous apartments.
If you rent, this is a must have guide.
I’ll be updating this eBook periodically, and if you purchase a copy, you’ll always get the new editions once they’re updated.
You can download the Easy Guide to Decorating Your Rental Apartment right now for just $15!
Guys! I’m so excited to share pics from one of my recent projects!
My client gave me full, creative control of her guest bathroom, but the only exception was that I couldn’t make any changes to the floor or any permanent fixtures (like sink, faucet, tub, etc.). But, what I was able to do was more than enough to totally transform this room. Check it out:
If you’ve ever wondered how hard it is to work with concrete, take it from me – IT’S REALLY EASY!
I was challenge by The Home Depot do a DIY project to be featured on their blog. We were allowed to make whatever we wanted, as long as it was made with cement. I’ve been planning to put shelves in my bathroom, so a concrete shelf was going to be the perfect addition. At first, I was really intimidated, but once I got to work, I realized the cement was really easy to work with.
I’ll be revealing full pics of my bathroom later this month, but for now, check out this little peak of my concrete shelf:
Go the The Home Depot blog to see the full post about how I created my concrete shelf and for more photos.
Till next time,