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    Thrifting tips

    85% of our home is thrifted, gifted finds. I love mixing old found pieces with new. I get asked a lot how I find such unique items in thrift stores or on Facebook Marketplace. I thought I’d share a few tips I live by! Before we get to that, here’s a few of my favorite areas with thrifted furniture, art, and more: In our dining room, all of the furniture you see is thrifted. $45 antique dining table, $30 buffet, $500 large arch cabinet, $25 dining chairs set of 4, then I found more resale, so $80 for 8 chairs! The leather recliner, sofa set are both resale, around $600…

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    Storage solution for free standing tub

    Happy 2024! We have a clawfoot tub in our master bathroom. Instead of tiling and making a large walkin shower we decided to save some money and chose this beautiful shower system by Vintage Tub and Bath. If you are interested in the install and full renovation details click here. Here’s a before shot of the space: After: I am all about functional spaces over trendy. I wanted to be able to store my plants, bath necessities, and more so we added the long shelf below the window. It’s a primed board with metal brackets. Under $30 for this project. I used white paint and sealer we had here at…

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    Amazon Prime deals-

    Fall must haves from outdoor must haves to home decor- winter seasonal items Cervical neck pillow it’s been a lifesaver for me! Zulay grater (the black is over 50% off) Blink outdoor camera system GEVI nugget ice maker, make sure to check the $30 off coupon and add extra code: swagICE5 40oz tumbler Master bedroom details (bedding, curtains, etc) Art storage frames and set of 2 sconces Homeopathic medicine favorites Home favorites (essential oils, diffuser, bust statue, favorite vacuum + more)

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    Homeschool room wall map

    We are so excited to share progress in this space with you guys. I will say if you are homeschooling or thinking about homeschooling you do not have to have a homeschool room you can simply school anywhere. We have trays so most days you’ll probably find us schooling outside in nature. **this post contains affiliate links, doesn’t cost you anymore or any less to use our links. We do make a small commission. Thank you for supporting us. Here’s the space before: We decided to add a large wall map on the back wall from Wallism. Working with Wallism has been a breeze. We were nervous about installing “real…

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    Low carb GF cheese sticks

    Y’all these cheese sticks are bomb! They are a Pizza Hut dupe. So easy Preheat oven 350° Ingredients: 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese 1 egg About 1 tsp garlic powder You don’t melt the cheese just mix everything together. I use parchment paper, I mash down the mixture on to the pan, bake for 15 minutes at 350° After it’s finished I broiled it on hi for about 2 minutes to brown the top a little bit and I sprinkled Italian seasoning on top We use organic marinara from Trader Joe’s or Rao’s to dip- we love it and I hope you do too. Let me…

  • kitchen design, kitchen renovation, open shelving,  modern interiors,  Traditional Home,  Uncategorized,  vintage rug

    Open shelving diy + kitchen before

    *this post contains affiliate links. It doesn’t cost you any more or any less to use these links. We are grateful for your support Let’s take a trip down memory lane and look back at the before of our kitchen: After: When we renovated (we worked with a contractor) we wanted to keep the solid oak cabinets. They are beautiful. I wanted to change the style of the cabinets so we removed the molding and adding a craftsman style molding. We removed the peninsula and the upper run of cabinets on the left wall. Gave them fresh paint (uppers painted picket fence and lowers painted coal black from Fusion Mineral…

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    Guest bathroom

    Hey you guys, I found a washable rug for under $20 I thought I’d share with you today. I think it looks great here in our guest bathroom but you could use it anywhere. A few ideas for use are: in front of kitchen sink, small foyer, pantry, laundry area, hallway. It has rug grip on the back which is a money saver as well! If you want to see a before shot of our guest bathroom click here. Tell me what you think in comments, we will chat below. If you are interested is seeing our master bathroom before and after click here.

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    Low carb pizza

    Everyone loves pizza right? I know we do. I make this about once a week. It makes two pizzas one for the kids and one for my husband and I. We usually have leftovers for the next day so we get 2 meals out of it. Feel free to half this recipe Ingredients: 4 oz. Cream cheese 3 cups shredded mozzarella cheese 4 eggs 1.5 cups almond flour Toppings: Trader Joe’s organic marinara sauce we use about 1/2 cup to 3/4 cup per pizza I will brown organic ground beef and add as a topping Pepperonis Onion Bell pepper Mozzarella cheese Directions: Preheat oven 400° In a glass mixing bowl…

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    Dining Room

    Today, I am sharing how I transformed our dining room into its “own space”. It is connected to our kitchen so I wanted the space to feel like it’s own. I’ll share how I transformed ours on a budget here in this post! Here’s a good before picture BEFORE we renovated our kitchen: I’ll share our kitchen renovation soon, but I wanted to share how I separated the two areas. Here are a few tips on making your dining space it’s own if you have an eat in kitchen: add a rug to anchor the space, add an accent wall, add lighting I love the look of shiplap so we…

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    Healthy protein smoothie

    This smoothie is so creamy and good. It really is a family favorite so I use a larger blender to make a larger batch. Shop my exact blender below- •This post contains affiliate links. It doesn’t cost you any more or less to use these links. A huge thank you to all who buys and supports our business by shopping through my links. Ingredients: Ice (I use about a cup) 1/2 c cottage cheese 3/4c almond milk 1 scoop vanilla protein powder (I linked the one I use in the link above) 1 cup or 1 handful of spinach 1/2 cup strawberries and blueberries Blend until smooth It makes 2…