Some pieces of furniture just seem to suit your house and life right down to the ground and this chairs one.
The answer doesn’t always have to be long and complicated. Sometimes (not always but more often than we think) the answer is simple and sometimes its easy. In fact they’re my favourite kind. See I’m a great one for overcomplicating and overthinking things - things like my faith, my writing, raising these two beautiful children or … Continue reading Simply Does It – Five Simple Refreshes For Your Home (and For Your Heart)
Not too long ago my sweet little girl stopped me in the middle of what I was doing with a plea along the lines of "please please please can we paint something right now, I don't want to do it another day, I want to paint something today. You MUST have something we can paint right … Continue reading The Bench Least Likely
Psst - if you've found your way here from Three Word Wednesday or Coffee For Your Heart (or any other fabulous link up ) you can read my link up post Chosen here.So now that my dishwasher is doing the lions share of the hard work in the kitchen I’ve had the luxury of 1. not having to … Continue reading A Quick Dip
It never ceases to amaze me what a difference a small change can make - especially when it comes to our homes and how well a space functions and how much we enjoy it. I’m talking sheer ease and comfort and I've had a perfect example of it here at my place this week. I've … Continue reading Small Change, Big Difference
I like bits of old wood. I found these in my garage on the weekend. Someone has lovingly put these together out of fence palings I think but I have no idea who. In my push to de clutter everywhere including the garage I almost threw them into the recycling but they have been made in such … Continue reading That Old Thing – Fence Paling Planter
(Psst - if you are visiting from the Three Word Wednesday Link Up - you can find my TWW post here.) You may want to avert your eyes but I'm about to show you the decorative (and I do use the word loosely) panels that have graced the lower cupboard doors of our kitchen bench since … Continue reading Think Outside the Door
Brain therapy, mini breaks and the power of paint. I love a project and I especially love a project that's quick and easy, that can be done on the spur of the moment and that requires almost zero planning, time, skill or money. Sound good? They work for me every time. Lots of the changes we make … Continue reading The Beauty of a Quick Fix