The past weeks participating in the One Room Challenge have flown by! Time to share how the dino nursery came out! Continue reading One Room Challenge: Dino Nursery Reveal
Painting my front steps was probably the easiest, most affordable, and high-impact projects I’ve worked on. Here’s how you can re-create for your for just $75: Continue reading How to Transform Your Concrete Steps for $75
Like many global citizens, I’ve been working at home since March. I’m extraordinarily thankful to be employed, to have this extra time at home with my family, and to spend the time I used to spend commuting, running. Prior to COVID, I did have a dedicated room in our home for my ‘office’, but it generally consisted of my desk + all of the furniture we liked that didn’t fit elsewhere. Continue reading Before & After: Blush/Navy Home Office Update
If you’re thinking about purchasing a cape style home, here’s some pros and cons we’ve learned after living in ours for the past ~2 years:
When we first purchased our cape, I had difficulty finding other cape style home accounts on Instagram for inspiration. There was no shortage of beautiful Instagram-worthy homes, but there was definitely a shortage of content dedicated specifically to capes. Today, there’s a plethora of great content makers – here’s a few of my favorites! I’m … Continue reading Cape Style Home Accounts on Instagram
The good news is yes! It may take a little creativity with your HVAC company and potentially a contractor, but you can have central A/C in a cape home. Continue reading Can Cape Style Homes Have Central Air Conditioning?
Here’s a quick list of products I’ve come to know & love over the past ~2 years that have helped us maximize our space and embrace our cape home living. You’ll notice a common theme below – storage, storage, storage!! 1. Collapsible Laundry Bin Costco, ~$10 I like to keep my laundry baskets in the … Continue reading Five 5-Star Products Every Cape Style Home Owner Must Have
A Cape Cod (or ‘cape’) style home is typically a low, one and a half story house with a chimney running through the center, and a steep pitched roof. This cottage-style house originated in the 17th century in the New England area of the United States (home to Cape Cod, MA). During the Colonial Revival in the 1930s, Cape Cod homes become popular again due to their affordability. Continue reading What is a Cape Cod style home?