Small Bathroom Makeover with Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations

I don’t know about you, but my kids are disgusting. After dropping them off at Grandma’s for a week, I finally snapped when walking into their bathroom. Because they share their bathroom with all of the guests that enter our home, I knew I needed to make some changes. Not only was the bathroom looking outdated, but our son had ensured that everything smelled like ammonia as well. That’s just what you want for a guest bathroom, right? No. I knew this small bathroom makeover would be a challenge in trying to make it both guest and child-friendly, but something had to be done!

13 Inexpensive Ways to Make Your Bedroom Feel Like a Hotel Suite

Confession: the main reason I decorated our master bedroom the way I did was that I wanted it to look like a Loews Hotel room. Tom and I have worked to have more weekend getaways without the kids and there is something so relaxing about a well-designed hotel room. The thing is, I believe that we can easily create an inexpensive hotel room right here in the comfort of our home. I’ve compiled 13 simple and inexpensive changes you can make to your room to make it feel more like a hotel suite.

Decorate Your House for Cheap Using Stuff You Already Have

As a teenager, I used to rearrange my room like every week. Seriously. I was never one to sit still for too long and I loved always finding new creative ways to utilize my space. Now, as an adult (who is much busier I might add), I never switch things up. I’m so set in my ways it’s kind of scary. The thing is, I don’t think I’m alone here. We all have those moments where we feel bored with the same old thing and that often leads to credit card purchases or overspending on things that we don’t really need just so we can say we have/did something new. Instead of digging deeper into financial woes, I have some amazing tips on how to decorate your house for cheap! Plus, you might not even have to go to the store!

The Downsides of Small House Living with a Family

There are so many things that our family has benefitted from after downsizing. However, I’ve decided it’s time to open up and get honest about a few of the downsides of living in a smaller home. If you are considering small house living with a family, these might be a few things you want to consider.

10 Tips to Give Your Small Master Bedroom a Makeover on a Tight Budget

Who doesn’t love spending a weekend in a hotel? Tom and I loved our romantic getaway at the Loews Hotel Minneapolis this past fall and when we came home our bedroom felt, well, a little underwhelmed. After downsizing our house we set out with the intention of creating a home rather than a well-decorated house. We wanted each room to have a purpose. A living room should feel cozy and welcoming, a kitchen should feel warm and open and a master bedroom should feel relaxing and tranquil. Unfortunately, our dated comforter (that was literally filled with holes) and our too-small discount sheets left us feeling more frustrated and grimy. Now that we are debt free, we have finally been able to give our small master bedroom a makeover that it needed. Here are 10 tips on how you can give your bedroom a makeover even on a tight budget.

10 Tips for Plant Aesthetic in Small Space Decorating

My brothers gifted me a hand-made table…although I think of it as more of a bench. It fit perfectly under the window in our living room and gave me the perfect opportunity to try owning plants again. Because I enjoy keeping a simple space it has been tough for me to figure out a good plant aesthetic for decorating our small house. This bench seemed like a perfect starting point. As I started researching, I started to find similar trends that other minimalists have used to add plants to their small house decorating without making their spaces feel cluttered. Here are 10 tips for having good plant aesthetic when you are living in a small space.