It’s been WAY too long since I wrote a Currently post. But I can easily sum up April, May, June, July, and August– stayed home, cooked, read, and tried to stay active. If this year hasn’t been a doozy for you then you must live in a bubble, under a rock, on a different planet.…
For the last two months of COVID-19 I’ve had “paint the inside of fireplace” on my weekend DIY to-do list. Then, this weekend I had a slight tweak in my back on Saturday morning and decided to take the day off. Instead, I checked off painting the inside of our fireplace off my list!
Time flies when you’re having fun! I even forgot to do a May Currently, but I’m back at it with a recap of June and July. You can see from the photo that we’re making progress with our living room makeover, but it’s been low on the priority list.
When we first moved to our Cincinnati house we joked about having a formal living room. I associate them with furniture you can’t sit on, carpet you can’t walk on, and floral patterns that hurt your eyes. So instead of putting any thought into our formal living room, we just dropped our basement furniture and…
I struggled to come up a topic to write about this week! Nothing “big” is happening right now, but I have been hiding things all around the house! In the spirit of hiding things- I had to hide my nose the other day when I ran in 10-degree weather! 🙂
I kept seeing black interior doors and loving how they add so much depth to a room. With all our walls being Sherwin Williams Alabaster and white doors, I figured we could stomach some color- if you consider Benjamin Moore Onyx a color.
Even though it’s been in the 80s and 90% humidity in Cincinnati lately and I still have fresh hydrangeas in vases, I still pulled out some fall decor.
I bet we’ve all encountered the champagne taste on a beer budget at some point in our lives. It can come in the form of clothes, vacations, shoes, houses, cars, jewelry, but for me right now it’s all the furniture I want!
We knew that upgrading to a smart thermostat was a must after we moved into our Cincinnati house. Similar to our master bedroom window treatment selection, it wasn’t a straight-forward decision.