Anyone else feel like we’re stuck in an endless version of the week after Christmas? It’s like things want to be normal but no one really knows what to do with themselves.
Somehow we’ve managed to knock out this garage apartment reno pretty quickly considering it’s hard to find stores and sources that are open.
Not to mention trying to order furniture online and nothing has been the right size. Clearly I can be left alone with a measuring tape while also juggling two littles.
Here’s what we’re looking at so far…
This gives you a good look at the modern farmhouse vibe that I’m going for.
I’m definitely keeping everything crisp and white since it’s a small studio apartment that I’m trying to break up into a one bedroom with a desk and dining area!
You all went crazy over the peel and stick tiles that we used, so I’m planning to do a full tutorial on how to make those work well.
This was the behind the scenes on installing the kitchen backsplash!
This is how they turned out in the bathroom! Still need to switch out the faucet and style this space, but it’s so much better than it’s previous version!
And now for your weekly links…
The Weekly Edit
- Pretty bandanas that you can make into a DIY mask (video shown) or even DIY bouquet bundle.
- Can’t get those splatters out? Here’s how to correctly clean your stovetop.
- Pancake cereal has gone viral.
- Something for donut lovers.
- And Champagne & White Chocolate Donuts to bake at home.
- The coolest modern birdhouse!
- Easy storage tricks for small bedrooms.
- A fun way to teach kids about counting and math.
- Still can’t find flour? Here are 21 no-flour baking recipes.
- These sticker decals let you change up your tiles (or cover up a crack) without actually having to retile.
- Get your pet illustrated.
- A quick and easy DIY Floral & Herbal Incense Bundle to make for Mother’s Day.
- Watch these live-streamed concerts during your social distancing.
- A rack under $50 if you need more closet space!
- Grow these natural insect-repelling plants in your yard to keep those pesky bugs away.