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The Weekender: To Share or Not to Share the Process? (+ The Best Weekend Sales!)

With the end of our small bathroom renovation in sight (shower glass was just ordered, guys!), we’re at the stage in our home where everything is being dialed in, juuust so. Between perfecting our smart home systems, fine tuning the framed artwork and photographs and reassessing our whole home color palette (for which we have recently repainted the funny little nook and workshop and workshop pocket door – details soon!), we finally feel that our home really, truly reflects us.

This goes way, way beyond the ‘things’ in the home, rather, it’s the way our home makes us feel when we’re living in it. When we’re having family dinner at the table. When we’re lazing on the porch swing. When we’re doing the laundry, watching a movie and reading Lucy a book. It’s been a 6-year-long journey, and just as our lives ebb and flow, so does our home.​​​​​​​

The Weekender | via Yellow Brick Home
bunny clock | nightstand | charging tray | vase | faux stem

I’m a details person, and as we tweak our home, I’m always looking to improve upon our daily routines. Recently, I upgraded my USB phone charger to the prettiest wireless charging station! Game. Changer. Although my phone has been capable of wireless charging for quite some time, I had yet to take advantage of it – until now.

Have you heard of Courant? They’re a new-to-us brand that reached out to say hello!, and I was impressed with the simplicity and restraint with their products. They have a range of wireless chargers and trays, and I fell head over heels for the CATCH:3 in Bone, a warm white pebbled leather. It’s the sweetest companion for my bedside table, and better yet, they’re offering our friends $20 off any order! Order through this link for the discount to be applied at checkout, or use promo code STAYYELLOW. One time use per customer.

What Else?

  • I got caught up reading the comments on Ashley’s post where she asks, to share or not to share (the process)? As someone who loves to breathe new life into a home, I’m team Share the Journey. We hope you’ll agree that we share as much of the ups as we do the downs, and we think it’s only fair to this community that we share those ‘ugly’ in-process photos, too. But to be fair, I wouldn’t call them ugly, would you? Every photo signifies a step in the right direction, and although we could be better at this ourselves, we think that’s worth raising a glass to. What do you think? Are you team Share the Journey or Share the Pretty?
The Two Flat ‘before’
  • And speaking of our small bath, I just ordered a handful of these to use as hand towels. Linen forever.

Weekend Sales!

  • Article: Up to 25% off select items through June 2nd
  • West Elm: Up to 30% off + free shipping with code SAVEMORE
  • Target: Up to 30% off patio & home
  • Rejuvenation: 25% off lighting and 20% off everything else + free shipping with code FREE SHIP
  • Leesa: 15% off mattresses (our favorite!) + 2 free pillows
  • Crate & Barrel: Up to 40% off outdoor furniture, entertaining and rugsIKEA: 20% off all outdoor furniture in store and online
  • IKEA: 20% off all outdoor furniture in store and online
  • McGee & Co: 20% off with code SUNNYDAYS
  • J. Crew: 40% off everything with code SHOP40
  • Madewell: 20% off dresses & sandals with code PERFECTMATCH

Wishing you all a happy and safe Memorial Day weekend, friends!

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  • Michelle | Birds of Berwick5.24.19 - 7:16 AM

    Totally totally totally share the journey… it’s why all this is here isn’t it? To connect and relate to one another? I love the pretty end photos and the inspiration they bring, but I love seeing and reading about the real life progress and problem solving along the way. Enjoy the long weekend! ReplyCancel

    • Kim5.24.19 - 7:36 AM

      Couldn’t agree with you more. Happy weekend, Michelle!ReplyCancel

  • Katya5.24.19 - 10:21 AM

    Yes, share the uglies, they tell the whole story!ReplyCancel

  • gigi5.24.19 - 4:36 PM

    please share, as best you can in real time, not months after. thank youReplyCancel

  • Ryan5.24.19 - 5:00 PM

    I agree on the share the process photos and content. I want to know how and why things were done, I want to see where it started and I want to prolong the process which makes the payoff all the better when it’s complete. 
    I noticed that C+J was using the same tile as your bathroom in the Fulmer kitchen and it had me second guessing my tile choice for our kitchen but I think I’m going to stick with the smaller scale option I selected (which happens to be the same tile you used in the tree house). I got a sample years ago but haven’t gotten around to actually tiling since we haven’t installed the new cabinets on the sink side yet.ReplyCancel

    • Kim5.26.19 - 10:24 AM

      It’s so fun to see the same tile in different applications! You can’t go wrong with either. 😘ReplyCancel

  • AmandaKB5.24.19 - 5:44 PM

    As an avid DIY-er, I definitely need to hear about the whole process.  I can’t get enough details :)ReplyCancel

  • Vanessa5.25.19 - 10:08 AM

    Oh, by all means SHARE.  There is actually a lot of heart in the old things that doesn’t come from a beautifully curated “all new” room.  Like in the two-flat, those colors are weird, funny, interesting!  And I think I actually have that sink unit in one of my houses still (it’s in better shape though).  I just deleted one of the big blogs that only shows the afters.  It’s hard to relate as a person with a tiny budget.ReplyCancel

    • Kim5.26.19 - 10:23 AM

      Glad to hear this! The Two Flat is so special, and it’s important to know where it started.ReplyCancel

  • gary5.25.19 - 4:46 PM

    Just a nerdy note: I don’t think you can say “never stopped ceasing to amaze”. That becomes a double negative since cease means stop. It would read “never stopped stopping to amaze”.ReplyCancel

  • lsaspacey5.26.19 - 7:11 AM

    FYI , you repeated a paragraph. It starts “This goes way, way…”ReplyCancel

  • Jen5.28.19 - 7:43 AM
  • cat6.2.19 - 8:28 PM

    OMG, the process is the POINT.  Sharing the how-to, the progress, the pitfalls and the pinnacles: that’s why I read you. You’re doing what I’m doing (or hope to do) and you’re teaching me how, plus inspiring me. The reveals are great, but of course they’re the icing. I’m here for the cake, big-time! ReplyCancel

    • Kim6.3.19 - 8:16 AM

      LOVE this analogy. Thank you so much, Cat!ReplyCancel

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