Glam Modern Entryway

Your entryway needs to make a statement.  It's the first space someone sees when they enter your home, and the last they see on their way out. I love adding wallpaper to an entry.  It's a small enough space you can take some risks and go bold, but Read More
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Entry Reveal: Staggreno

I'm playing catch up lately so my apologies for holding this post ransom.  I say it's worth the wait!  Remember how bad in so many ways the entry in the #staggreno was before?  In case your memory has blocked it out (I wouldn't blame you a bit), here's Read More
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Structural Changes to the Exterior

The #staggreno was built in 1970 but somewhere along the line, there were some changes to the home's structure.  The owners added a pitched roof (that's right, it was flat originally).  The neighborhood is on the bench (higher part of the Salt Lake Read More
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X-BENCH OTTOMAN SCORE

You know the satisfaction you get from waiting until you find exactly the piece you had been looking for?  That happened to me this week.  With two pieces, to be precise.  And I think you may need them too.  They're that good. When I finished my Read More
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OCTOGONAL MIRROR MAKEOVER (video)

A mirror is an entryway must, as far as I'm concerned.  They aren't just practical next to a door, but they make a statement, finish off a space, and add style and an easiness to a foyer.  As I was working on my thrift store console table, I knew Read More
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HOW TO STYLE A CONSOLE TABLE

Console tables are one of the versatile pieces in your home.  You can style them with a million different things and they will look great.  And during the holidays, the possibilities are endless (can't wait to show you what I'm doing with mine soon!). Read More
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THRIFTED CONSOLE TABLE TRANSFORMATION (video + how to paint finished furniture)

When someone walks through your front door, you have an opportunity-- a chance to welcome them with a beautiful entryway and set the tone for the rest of your home.  Up until recently, my entryway said "oh hi, I'm empty and boring and have nothing to Read More
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