DIY: How to Make a Boho Wall Hanging …

DIY: How to Make a Boho Wall Hanging with Wooden Beads

I made a little DIY wall hanging with wooden beads to go above the bed in Eleanor’s bedroom. You might have spotted it in my One Room Challenge reveal post. It was super simple and very last minute, but I love how it turned out. For Your Wall Hanging, You Will Need: Yarn in the colours of your choice – I used white, mustard, blush pink and lilac Metal rings – mine were 12cm and 25cm in diameter Wooden beads in assorted sizes Scissors A plan (that’s what’s on the sheet of paper… View Post

How to Hang Removable Wallpaper | One Room Challenge …

How to Hang Removable Wallpaper | One Room Challenge Week 5: Global Boho Bedroom

The removable wallpaper for my One Room Challenge is here, which calls for a big ass HOORAY! I’m over half way through hanging it, so today I’m talking all about the process and giving you guys a few tips that can make hanging peel and stick removable wallpaper a little easier, should you want to give it a go yourself. (You totally should, by the way – this stuff is amazing.) If you’re playing catch up, I’m giving my daughter’s bedroom a makeover with a global boho feel over six… View Post

One Room Challenge Week 5: Refinished Mid-century Night Stands …

One Room Challenge Week 5: Refinished Mid-century Night Stands for Our Master Bedroom

One Room Challenge Posts: Week 1 / Week 2 / Week 3 / Week 4 / Week 5 (here!) / Reveal / Bonus: Desk Good news, everyone: I finally got the wood for my live-edge desk! It’s definitely been the biggest hassle of our whole One Room Challenge master bedroom makeover, but I think it’s going to be totally worth it. I’ve still got to sand and finish it, but there is at least a chance now that I will finish on time. Woot! I also finished the mid-century night… View Post

One Room Challenge Week 6: Shared Kids Room Reveal

One Room Challenge Week 6: Shared Kids Room Reveal

It’s reveal time, friends! My first One Room Challenge makeover is a wrap. Over the past six weeks, I’ve been working on the gender-neutral, shared kids room, turning it into a bright, happy space for my six-year-old son and four-year-old daughter. This was the plan, and I stuck to it pretty closely: We didn’t have much of a budget for this room, so I stuck with mainly things we already owned. The room isn’t big, but it’s lovely and light, and the perfectly centered window made the floor plan straightforward: The… View Post

One Room Challenge Week 2: Wall Decals in Shared …

One Room Challenge Week 2: Wall Decals in Shared Kids Room

I’m an overly-excited linking participant in the One Room Challenge. Last week I shared my mood board for the kids’ room and a couple of ‘before’ photos: I actually put the decals and the shelves up a couple of months ago, which I shared when I made this DIY poster frame (which will definitely get rehung – it’s too low but the nail was already in the annoyingly dense brick wall). I bought the decals from this Etsy seller, but when they arrived they were bigger than I was expecting, so I cut… View Post