I believe that the first impression you get of a house stays with you. When we moved in our hallway was fine, but nothing special and it didn’t represent us or the rest of our home. If you follow us over on Instagram you’ll have seen a few hallway snaps over the past couple of months as we’ve been tweaking the space. And today, we finally get to share our hallway reveal!
We’ve shared a few reveals of our home, but we’ve never shared our master bedroom. When we moved in (nearly a year ago now!) this was the first room we decorated. The room was very calm, with a grey and white colour scheme (standard) but the wallpaper we chose had a small print and didn’t really add anything to the room. It was sort of on the to-do list but not a huge priority as we could live with it. Plus who wants to re-wallpaper when you’ve literally just done it?!
However, I recently saw a wallpaper that I loved whilst out shopping and suddenly the bedroom rocketed up the to-do list. Isn’t that always the way! Read on for the full reveal of our master bedroom makeover.
As you may have noticed, there’s been a *little* gap in posts. But I have a good reason (excuse)! I’ve recently taken part in my first ever thrift store swap and it’s been a real creative challenge for me.
If you don’t know how this works a group a bloggers from all over the globe purchase two $10 items and then sends them to another blogger for them to repurpose, upcycle and reimagine in their own image.
Click on over to see who I was paired with as part of the Thrift Store Swap, what items I received and what I did with them. There’s also LOTS of inspiration from the other wonderful bloggers that took part.
I have a LOT of things pinned on Pinterest, but every now and then I see something so ingenious I just have to attempt it myself. Today is one of those days and we’re sharing the love to help you DIY your own geometric wall art.
If you’ve seen any photos of our home or looked at our blog you’ll see that we’re big fans of the colour grey! There are some exceptions to this, with our navy living room and sage kitchen, but overall Grey is where we are at – and proud. So it shouldn’t be a surprise that grey features heavily in our new monochrome guest bedroom.
This has been a bit of a work in progress, but as you’ll have seen in our last post I finally got my butt into gear and finished the storage we had in there. Read on for the full reveal, but beware, I got a little snap happy!