Hey everyone! It is week 4 of the #oneroomchallenge High Point Market edition. If you are new here, go check out what all you have missed in weeks ONE, TWO, and THREE! If you are like me and want just the skinny, let me quickly tell you about this season and why it is super cool, unlike other seasons of the #ORC. To recap, this fall the One Room Challenge has teamed up with High Point Market to bring you a virtual makeover! Twenty featured designers are showing you the evol
Hey everyone wouldn't you know it, I blinked and here we are. It is now Week TWO of the one-room challenge. What is the #ORC you ask? Well, I'm glad you asked. It is a blogger event where 20 talented designers are challenged to transform a room in there home in just six short weeks. Week six is the grand reveal. This season, we are kicking off a bit differently. The grand reveal will be grand indeed. You see, due to the restrictions and delays COVID has placed on the
It is REVEAL day, yall! That means it's week six of the One Room Challenge. Again, a big ole Texas thank you to Linda from Calling it Home for putting this fun and exciting blogger event together two times a year. This year was sponsored by the amazing Better Homes and Gardens. For more information on how to enter in the future, check it out here. Well guys, after what felt like 6 very short weeks, we are excited to share the big reveal of our LAUNDRY ROOM transformation!
Ohhh you know I love to see some progress made on a design! This week I am delighted to share with you a full room coming together! Slowly, but surely. First, I'd like to thank my AMAZING Cad artist Jasmine Fleece for taking my chicken scratch and turning it into such beautiful Cad drawings that the rest of the world can make sense of. Not to mention her recommendations for a change when I might be overlooking something are so fantastic. Without further ado.... CARPENTRY ST
Well, we have made it to week three of the ONE ROOM CHALLENGE! During week three I went to select my floor tiles. I had an idea in mind that I wanted a darker charcoal floors but for a second considered the floors in the photo above. That's Moe with me, manager of The Tile Shop and he is amazing. However, I came to my senses and went back to my original idea of darker floors. Since the wallpaper is so whimsical, I believe the darker floors give it a more sophisticated pop