Blush & Blue Front Patio Reveal

If you’re looking for me in my home you won’t find me inside anytime soon! Our front outdoor patio now feels like a room we never had before! We’ve really been enjoying this space including the kids! When designing this space I wanted to make sure it was kid friendly (Check out our patio plans we made HERE). We added a large duvet and blush blanket that we can snuggle in and use to cover the white cushions on the swing. Okay and maybe not just kid friendly but coffee friendly! This morning the chairs in the backyard were on the…
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Future Patio Plans

I’ve been dreaming of maximizing the use of this space since we moved in. We have a gorgeous backyard with dining but holy does it ever get HOT! So the covered front patio will be perfect on those hot sunny days! We love sitting out here and watching the sunsets as we live on a mountain and have a view and the sunsets are so colorful! The space seems a bit cold with all the vinyl decking and siding so adding lots of color and texture will sure warm up the space. Making this space kid friendly is so important…
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White Lighting Favorites

It’s not hard to tell that I’m in love with white but my love for white lighting is next level. We have 4 white chandeliers in our home and years later I am still in love with them. They aren’t hard to keep clean as the dust doesn’t show up on them like black lighting. We get asked a lot about the white orb chandelier in our dining room and it’s been so fun to style. I was able to find the exact light HERE. The chandelier in our front entrance is the Parson 4 Light Chandelier but it’s sadly…
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Ariella turns Eight!

One thing I know is that my kids LOVE their birthday! I have made a big deal about their birthday’s since they were 1 and they have become just as excited as I when it comes to celebrating it. Ariella has been asking to do martial arts for a while and I thought having her party at Excel Marital Arts would be a good idea as we were inviting the entire class. Well clearly her friends were just as excited as we had 23 children attend! Now I needed a theme and when researching I found a lot of Kung…
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Painting my Piano

Let me start off by saying if you’ve ever wanted to paint your piano, do it! It really only took 3 hours of painting and the drying time was so quick that I did 4 coats total in 2 days. 3 coats of the Succulent Chalk Paint by SHELTER because I did thin coats and 1 top Satin varnish. No tapping was done for the keys as I just bought a small paint brush and pushed the keys down and painted behind. I’ve used many chalk paints before and I LOVE this SHELTER chalk paint. I only used 2/3rds of…
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