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***Giveaway is now closed*** Congratulations to our winner, Lexy, whose favorite word is “dessert.”  Can I get an amen?! Last month, I teamed up with my talented sister to add the sweetest print there ever was to our Etsy shop.

What can I say, when I clear things out–I clear. things. out.  So, in addition to our big yard sale last weekend (which was a success and a riot), we are also cleaning out the gallery. The 15% off code,

Decor

Beut Jute Riot

(riot!)  Yes, that was an attempt at a 90s Cherry Poppin’ Daddies reference. After we purged almost everything in the living room and painted it a dark, moody charcoal with navy undertones (Kwal’s Crave), things were looking better, but there

I ended yesterday’s new-chandelier post proclaiming, “bring on the well-lit dinner parties!”  and we wasted no time doing that.  Last night, we had a couple good friends over for a shrimp boil–a low-key and out-of-this-world flavorful dinner that requires one

Replacing our chandelier in the dining room has been on our list for awhile.  We DIYed this Moooi Random light knock off last year, and since then–a lot of other people have had great success in making their own, too.

Just dropping in to share with you what is going on over here–which is just like every other day, except this post is much shorter.  Maybe the shortest ever. This morning, Greta and I trekked out to get some paint and

Art

DIY Rothko-Inspired Art

Mark Rothko was an abstract expressionist, (note: he always hated that label) and one of the best! He is one of my favorite artists that I am constantly researching and being inspired by his work–those paintings are massive (!!) and

Our Life

A House Purge.

This week’s big project is getting ready for our yard sale on Saturday morning, and we aren’t holding back.  Our last (and only other) yard sale was in March of 2011 before we closed on this house.  It was cold,

Do you ever look at a photo of a room and think, “That could be our house!”  Maybe it is the way the furniture is arranged, or where the window is, or your own upcoming plans in an already finished