15 Repurposed Wire Spool Ideas

It's always a nice surprise when one of you, my readers, e-mails me about some more explanation on a project, a question, just to say hi, or like in this case to give me ideas! Ha you're all so awesome!This post it's "brought to you" by Jennifer from Ohio. ;) ...more

Spray Painted Chairs

Long time ago when the kitchen makeover was done, I bought a set of Parson chairs for my breakfast nook, I liked them, but after having them for some time, I didn't like that they blocked the view from the family room to the kitchen and vice-verse, their backs were too high and overall they were too big for that small space. I began looking for a set of small chairs and no, not in a store, too expensive for my budget! I kept on browsing through Craiglist until I found them, only $5 per chair ....more

Table Makeover

I bought this table about 8 or 9 years ago at Target. I was trying to give my bathroom more storage so, a long narrow table with drawers was the perfect solution. After assembling it and bringing it to the bathroom I discovered it was too big, too wide for the room :(I didn't return it, it stayed in my bedroom for a couple of years ....more

Tribal Designs Teacher Gift with Sharpie

“This shop is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® and Sharpie, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia ...more

Antonia's Stylish Nursery

No, no, I'm not pregnant!Just in case the title of this post misled you. :)The gorgeous and stylish baby, Antonia, is my newest niece. Isn't she adorable?!But as much as I want to talk and show you pictures of this little bundle of joy, today I simply want to brag about my sister, yeah, my youngest sister, Antonia's mother ....more

Flea Market Finds - August & Giveaway

Was your weekend great?...more

The Ice House Museum

Does it happened to you too?...more

DIY - Tripod Side Table

This little table was in the big guest room reveal, even...more

DIY Round Mirror from a Tabletop

Another project done for the guest room was the round mirror, it was very easy to put together and even though it's not perfect, its price was way better, like $160 less than the price of the...more

Old Stone House

One of the places we took my kids and niece, a couple of weeks ago during her visit, was to Georgetown, one of Washington D.C's neighborhoods. We love its architecture, commercial appeal and most of all its history and charm.Once there, as we've done it many times before, we went on a tour of the Old Stone House, the oldest unchanged building in Washington D.C. The house exterior was constructed of locally quarried blue granite. The walls range from two to three feet thick ....more