We’ve made some quick updates to our bathroom – all that were able to be accomplished on week nights after work. If you’ve been following along, you know we’ve been struggling with our bathroom – do we gut the whole thing, or make small changes to get it livable? For now, I’ve chosen the latter.
In this round of updates, we’ve removed the Shower Door (and installed a Shower Curtain) and installed a Cafe Curtain for privacy.
I couldn’t find a curtain that gave me the look I wanted, so I opted to make one.
I spent half the month of February in Europe for work. It was a great, but there is something about sleeping in your own bed that never gets old. Here are a few things that I leaned on during my travels.
I just came home from a two week work trip in Europe where I packed in a carry-on. Yeah..I’m just as shocked- two weeks IN A CARRY-ON.
The trip spanned 5 countries – with varying temperatures from 40-65 degrees Fahrenheit. My luggage was made up of neutrals with a few prints/colors thrown in. When traveling, my goal is to always wear everything I packed. It can be difficult, but I think its a great goal to be more intentional in our daily wear and while traveling.
Here’s what I packed:
Tops. – Faux Suede Vest (Old: Anthropologie) // Similar – Black Bodycon Midi Dress – Forever 21 – Grey Whisper Cotton Turtleneck – Madewell – Black Parke Blazer in Wool Flannel – J Crew – Juliette Collarless Sweater – Blazer – J. Crew – Grey Muscle Tank Top – Madewell – Olive Ruffle- Neck Sweater (Old: J. Crew) // Similar – Black Long Sleeve Modal Blend Tee – Halogen – Nordstrom – Everyday Chambray Shirt – J.Crew – Black Long Sleeve Sweater (Old: T.J. Maxx) // Similar – Curvy Slim Stretch Perfect Shirt in Banker Blue Strip – J. Crew
2019 was a big year for me – reading-wise. I joined my first book club, got a library card and joined Goodreads. Soooo yeah, a big BIG year. In total I read 32 books – some were good, some great and some I’d rather not remember.
We’re just getting back from New Orleans and I’m full of inspiration for our Master Bathroom renovation. The city is filled with a mixture of vintage, modern and traditional and I love every second of it. I’ve pulled together my inspiration and a few achievable looks for our Master Bathroom. But first, you’ve gotta see the current state.
Kitchen – Part 2. In 2019 we started the Kitchen Updates and there are sill some things left to do.
– Paint the Cabinets – New Hardware – Update Hinges to Soft Close – Update Electrical Outlet for Stove (Covert from 220 to 110) – Update Lighting over Sink – Kitchen Table Face Lift. Make a New Top for the Table, Paint & Stain – Make Drawer Pulls for Cabinets. – Install the Plate Wall.