Monthly Archives: February 2015

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From Dresser to Island!

Our kitchen island is complete! First, I’ll admit that I really struggled with taking photos of the island since our kitchen is an oddly shaped box full of challenges (hi, furnace!), so you’ll notice that in most cases, it’s not actually in place. It’s also been an emotional roller coaster of a week with our kitchen inKEEP READING >

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Kohler In the Kitchen + a Sensate Giveaway!

This post is in partnership with Kohler. As we’ve slowly been updating every surface of our kitchen, it’s funny how easily we forget how things were before. Those yellow walls? The floating stove? Washing dishes by hand? Pfft! A distant memory! We’ve been spending an exorbitant amount of time in this room, nit-picking that 5% (ofKEEP READING >

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Happy Countertop Day!

That’s what Scott and I said to each other this week, because you guys, we have counters! I was hoping to get this update out sooner, but if this kitchen re-do has proven anything, it’s that things don’t always work on our ideal timeline, and every step takes ten times longer than anticipated. In regards to counter and cabinets,KEEP READING >

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Our Little Outlet Coats + Ace Kick-Off

This little home update officially kicks off our Ace Hardware partnership this year, and for that, we are so happy and thankful! We’ve always had such a great time working with the team behind that name, and we love that although they provide us with month-to-month post guidelines, they allow us to choose the projects that are relevant to our homeKEEP READING >

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The Cabinets Are In! (And the Mistake That Cost Us)

It’s starting to look like a kitchen in here! The cabinets are installed, and what a difference. This is true for every step in this renovation, but really, what a difference! The color (Ben Moore’s Distant Gray) is so perfectly white without a hint of blue or yellow. These old, crooked walls of ours have caused the installation toKEEP READING >

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A Hutch Makeover, Well Worth It

Phew – that beast of a hutch is done! And it’s so cute now! We knew it would take some work to refinish the wood when we first picked it up a few weeks ago, and that was confirmed when it rapidly turned into one of those projects that required a whole lot of stuff, a whole lot of patience, and several days of work overall. We had allKEEP READING >