Author Archives: Kim

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Introducing The Scary Room!

There’s one room in our home that we’ve never been in much of a rush to address. Shortly after moving in, we pulled up the old, worn carpet and took down the dusty black mini blinds that covered the windows. One day, after a particularly rough rainstorm, we noticed that the drywall under one of the windows was soft to the touch, andKEEP READING >

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Denim Dog Beds!

A dog bed is one of those things that’s a must-have for any pet lover, but finding one that can withstand a beating from our pups has always been a challenge. Jack and CC are big, slobbery knuckleheads (that we love so much, it hurts), and we often joke that if attending school was a thing, our dogs would be the smelly kids in class. NeverKEEP READING >

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A New Look In the Dining Room + a Blu Dot Giveaway!

This post is in partnership with Blu Dot. More lately than ever, our friends have been saying, your home is so close to done! What’s next? Although the list of rooms on our to-do list is the shortest it’s ever been, we don’t even consider the rooms that we’ve shared done done. As our needs from room to room change, so doesKEEP READING >

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Looking Forward

studio rug | navy rug | office chairs | desk | mini heater | living wall | buffalo check throw On New Year’s Eve, a friend asked if I was looking forward to the new year. I replied with a smile and a yes, but as I said it aloud, it must have sounded like a question; there was a lot more yes? and a little less yes! I caught my inflection asKEEP READING >

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2016, You’ve Been Real.

Do you take time, as the end of December comes near, to look back on the year? We’ve been thinking a lot about what 2016 has brought. We started the year with our big three-room-renovation, and in February, we allowed ourselves a week off to enjoy the warm sun with our friends. As soon as we returned, we hit the ground running on the designKEEP READING >

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Laundry Room! Done!

Turn on your JavaScript to view content This time last year, we were wrapping up the demolition phase for our big 3-room-project. On the agenda was the second floor bathroom, master bedroom and laundry room, and because all ofKEEP READING >