Our Cahaba Heights Home
It was our first home together, the first home we shared with our girls, and our first place where we got to practice our DIY skills.
It’s still our house (it’s our rental property now) but no longer our home.
To kick off the kitchen renovation we bought a turquoise indoor/outdoor rug. Next, we upgraded our white appliances to black (here) and then had new counters installed. My sweet husband dug his DIY hands in and installed our new tile backsplash while I repainted the walls and cabinets. Next, we updated the hardware, light fixture, and faucet.
Noah’s Bedroom (before Esther)
Starting out as a guest bedroom/office, Noah’s room received a complete makeover. We kicked off the transformation by painting the walls and then adding a crib, chair, and changing table/dresser. Want to know how we painted the dresser? Check out this post. And in case we didn’t have enough color I made a hot pink clothespin starburst mirror for above the changing table. We also scored a great deal on this fabric and used it as curtains, crib skirt, and for the office chair we repainted. My sister painted the custom painting for above the crib and I got a little crafty and made the butterfly mobile. After receiving so many books we brought a little order to the book shelves by arranging the books by color and adding colorful boxes for storage. To add a little more personality to the room I added a Cabbage Patch Doll lamp I made back in college and colorful poms for above the book case.
Noah and Esther’s Room
We have slowly been transforming our bathroom with touches of aqua. Like adding new towels, using pottery to contain baby bathing supplies, giving this piece of artwork new life, and painting the doors to this cabinet. For fun this little fish got a new coat of paint.
Back Yard (Deck)
We added a little extra color to the back yard by doing this simple planter transformation.
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