Build your own bathroom shelf in between the studs in your wall. I’ve been a busy bee in our bathroom over the past two weeks creating and building the bathroom shelf of my dreams. We’re extremely happy with the results of this bathroom shelf. This is an extremely easy build that would fit perfectly in…
Creating your own custom built in cabinets is easier than you think. All you need is a cabinet, a few scrap pieces of wood, and a handful of tools. We’ve been working in our office for a couple of months now, and with digital learning beginning soon we desperately needed some additional storage options. Items…
You need these 7 home office necessities in the year 2020. When it comes to your home office, it’s so important to have the products that will help you reach your goals and navigate towards success. Working in an office can take a lot out of you both physically and mentally. I’ve talked about how…
Our kids love playing any and all sports, however this over the door plastic basketball hoop has been such a hit over the years. If you’re a parent than I’m sure you’ve owned one of these before. Yesterday when we were rearranging bedrooms trying to get situated before our digital learning begins, I decided to give their plastic basketball hoop a makeover.
When it comes to decor we have a handful of vases that we love. Some are thrifted, some were purchased on clearance, but all of them have their own unique look. I’ve sprayed some of our vases with my favorite spray paint. I’ve “flicked” paint on using an old toothbrush and extra paint. I love to add additional textures like this dried grass!
I think we can all agree we love DIY projects, Tackling a do it yourself project not only gives you more financial freedom, but it allows you to create and bring the vision to life that fits your space perfectly. Do it yourself projects give you the biggest sense of pride. YOU DID THAT! You built that! You sketched that! I’m always looking on Pinterest for home decor and design inspiration. There are so many talented individuals that encourage an entire DIY community to tackle something fearlessly.
Guys! We have the most exciting basement door update for you. We haven’t really done anything else in the basement aside from our One Room Challenge hallway reveal, which included our basement stairs, however today we are upgrading our DIY custom sliding door. Before we get started make sure you click the buttons below to follow along on Instagram + Pinterest!
Our family room walls are pretty bare, and when I say pretty bare, I actually mean they’re empty. I used to hang stuff on the walls without a second thought left and right. I would leave whatever it was up for a few months, then I would want to take it down and swap it out for something else, which meant joint compound, patching, drying, sanding etc to make sure my wall looked brand new.
These days I’m a little more particular about what goes up on the wall. I am going for design longevity when it comes to my choices these days. That means if I decide to hang something on the wall, I like it enough to stare at it for the next couple of years. This forces me to invest more time in what I really love within the walls of our home.
Did you guys follow along on Instagram for behind the scenes of this DIY custom sliding door install? If not click the button below and come hang out with us. Make sure you check out our “SLIDING DOOR” highlight while you’re there!
Ever since ‘quarantine’ started Scot has been working from home. If you can imagine our house can be extremely loud and crazy. It was imperative for us to make the office space a little more silent during zoom calls and meetings. If you’ve been following us for awhile, then you know these are our signature This Minimal House doors. We did the same exact sliding doors in our master bedroom closet. If you missed that click the buttons below to be taken to those posts!
A few months ago we removed our upper cabinets in the kitchen to install our new vent hood above our stove. It was the best move we’ve ever made for the overall design of the kitchen. We stored the remaining cabinets in our basement, but I couldn’t let them get ruined by being moved around. I had a spot in the laundry room where I have been wanting extra storage for our detergent and favorite handheld vacuum to charge.