Adding a Touch of Vintage Home Decor

After a very necessary summer off while I concentrated on my MBA internship, I’m back- and with a new old hobby! This pandemic year, while weird and wacky in every way, also allowed me to rekindle my love of vintage hunting. My friend Nicole who runs Grandmillenial shop (go check it out, her weekly sales

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Affordable Outdoor Furniture for Summer

As Memorial Day is coming up, it’s a no brainer to spend your entire weekend outside. It’s the kick-off to summer and time to shed your wintery blues for tan-lines and strappy sandals. If you’re not indulging in a picnic this weekend but want to opt for some patio time instead, there are plenty of

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Best Home Office Chairs

Creating an inspiring home office space for yourself is sometimes hard and you don’t need the chair to add any extra pressure to that. While experts recommend getting up and walking around from time to time (or if you can, get a standing desk) the reality is sitting is just a comfortable way to get

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Our Guest Bath Reveal

I’m sure someone will ask it so before it’s even a question, there are no before photos for this space in our home reno because it didn’t exist before. During our home reno we knew the best way to add some value was with another bathroom, so we closed off an old hallway that really

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What To Look For When Buying A Home

On my most recent “ask me anything” I had a reader ask me how I found the fixer-upper apartment that we completely renovated last summer and the truth is   I got lucky and my husband had lived there for an extensive period of time and when he found me I found the apartment. However, before

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Home Office Makeover on a Budget

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Hunter Fan Company for Hunter Fan Company. All opinions are 100% mine. This winter was a productive one! I set out to update my office and that is exactly what I did. Now that we renovated our entire home, we are trying to fill

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Home Furnishings with CORT Furniture Rental

The worst thing about moving is without question moving the massive pieces of furniture. The essential pieces of furniture that make a home livable. Add to the inconvenience of moving but if you end up moving for a short period of time, say for school or work, the annoyance of moving increases exponentially because you have

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Cleaning Products that Bring Joy

If you’re one of those people who gets motivated to work out with buying new workout clothes, then I bet you’re also the type who finds an excuse to clean when you get new cleaning tools. Unless, that’s just me… but surely I can’t be alone in my endeavor to have pretty and functional cleaning

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The Best Places to Buy a Rug

Generally, rugs are expensive, and expensive purchases create a lot of “hemming and hawing” on my part, particularly because I’m obsessed with getting a good deal. Now that we’ve finished the bulk of ourhome renovation, I’ve been obsessed with covering up our newly finished 120-year-old floors with rugs. For someone who has been relatively commitment-averse

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Spice Drawer Organization (Takes Only 1 Hour)

I have either completely lost my mind or I have finally reached peak adult with this very neat spice drawer organization makeover. I’m going to lean toward the latter and say that I’ve finally become that adult who has an organized spice area in our kitchen. We debated where to put our spices when we

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