I hope you guys all had a fun and rest filled weekend. We caught up on a few projects around the house, enjoyed lazy meals, Memorial Day celebrations and the Florida sun.
You guys, how fast have the past two months gone by! It’s crazy, right? We were so immersed in the One Room Challenge during April and May, I totally forgot to share a month in review post for April. I can’t even tell you how excited I am to be finished with the office makeover. It was like every day eating, breathing, sleeping the One Room Challenge. We spent most of April ordering materials, working on the bigger pieces of furniture and painting the room. May found us shopping for accessories, painting the barstools, the office chair, baskets and trying to stretch the budget by painting a few accessories.
It was such a great feeling to finally organize the craft/inventory closet.
I still can’t believe the way everything came together. This is a look at the office before…
You guys blew me away when you crashed my website the day of the reveal and the response we got from the video was super sweet too. It’s scary to put yourself out there sometimes but you guys made me feel like a rock star. Thank you!
I worked on a few projects like the Lazy Susan Update after the One Room Challenge was finished but man, I felt creatively tanked.
I’m so thankful I had a great team helping me through it all because I was still having to shop, stock and paint pieces for my booth at The Pickers Market. I took the chalk painted metal patio set, the end table, the painted First Aid Cabin sign and a few accessories to the booth before we left for the cabin.
It was such a relaxing week and felt like a luxury to get a break.
Once we got home, my mom was able to help me give a summer refresh to a few of the rooms in the house. We’ll be working on things again this week so I’m hoping to have some finished projects to show you soon. While we were busy moving furniture, painting benches and styling china cabinets, I shared a few summer decorating tips, pieces of furniture painted in customer favorite Duck Egg and porch projects you can finish in a weekend. It’s on my summer goal list to entertain as much as possible this season so the porch and patio need to be in tip top shape.
June is definitely going to be exciting with dance recitals, graduations, birthdays and travel plans already on the calendar. Goodbye May it’s been fun, June, if you’re listening I can’t wait to see what adventures you have in store.