We've been redoing our stairs for what feels like a year now. The stairs were decent looking with that sort of shabby chic look, but thats not really our style. So for us, they needed some more work, specifically a lot of sanding and staining. Oh and of course a few liberal coats of polyurethane.
Until recently, this wall in our living room had only been housing a lonely Yellena James print. It was a gift from John and I love it, but it didn't quite fill the space in the way we wanted. John and I have been gathering and creating unique items over the last few months. As you can see, those new pictures had accumulated on the cabinet below, and were us begging to be hung. We decide that the best way to showcase
Sometimes a ceiling fan is just a ceiling fan. But sometimes it is a death defying journey with high voltage hijinks and vertigo inducing, power tool wielding acrobatics. This is not one of those times but, check out the JJ Modern ceiling fan installation post and get ready for a fantastic voyage you will most certainly never forget.
The living room is a constant dance of furniture and decorative elements. We change it constantly in attempt to strike a balance between modern and comfortable. We think it's getting close to pretty nice. What do you think?
The first time we took a tour of what is now our house, it was unoccupied. The former owners paid to have it staged with furniture that was not so much our taste. Of course we knew we weren’t buying the furniture, so it didn’t really matter.
We have discussed the paint color in our house before, and how it really just isn’t our jam. I am beginning to think we look crazy. In every photo we take it never looks “purplish” or “pinky” like we claim. But we promise, it really does, or it did. So for demonstration purposes, lets just pretend the living room looked like this: See…Now we don’t look nuts. Right? Maybe not. Ok an