Browse: How-To

  • Rookie Mistake: Hanging Wall Art

    Rookie Mistake: Hanging Wall Art

    We see so many people hanging art ALL WRONG. Here is the correct way to hang art on your wall…

  • Using Less Water by Adding a Dual Flush Toilet

    Using Less Water by Adding a Dual Flush Toilet

    Since refreshing my bathroom last year I haven’t really changed anything in this small space.  And I’m happy to report that I still love the look of our only bathroom, especially knowing that this refresh was very affordable and is still holding up strong! But now that I have a little time on my hands, thanks to

  • DIY Kid’s Tool Bench

    DIY Kid’s Tool Bench

    I told you guys all about how my nephew turned ONE last week (with these smash cake tips!) but what I didn’t chat about is the gift I gave him for this exciting milestone. I wanted to share the entire process on Insta Stories, but since I was trying to keep it a secret from

  • How to Revive Droopy Hydrangeas

    How to Revive Droopy Hydrangeas

    Breaking News: Droopy Hydrangeas Can Be Saved! Has anyone else splurged on hydrangeas from the grocery store only to find that they are droopy a day or two later? It’s the worst, right?! We hate when this happens and feel like it happens almost every time to at least one of our blooms! Hydrangeas are

  • The Easy Way to Keep Your Outdoor Patio Furniture Dry

    The Easy Way to Keep Your Outdoor Patio Furniture Dry

    Want to keep your outdoor cushions dry? Here are my best tips!

  • DIY Chicago Flag Adirondack Chair

    DIY Chicago Flag Adirondack Chair

    We talk about creating a home filled with “personality” a lot here on the blog. But what does that really mean? To us it’s all about making your home less generic and more individualized to you and your family. The items you display in your home should explain to guests who you are, what you’re

  • How to Fix a Screen Door

    How to Fix a Screen Door

    Want to fix your screen door? Here’s my step-by-step tutorial to get it done right.

  • Replacing My Front Door Knob and Lock for Better Curb Appeal

    Replacing My Front Door Knob and Lock for Better Curb Appeal

    Disclaimer: We have partnered with Kwikset to bring you this post. All opinions & photography are our own and are not influenced by Kwikset. Thank you for supporting the brands that help support this blog! About a year ago I seriously looked into changing out all of the doors throughout our house. The doors in my house

  • DIY Shiplap for under $100 in the Office

    DIY Shiplap for under $100 in the Office

    I haven’t regretted my decision to paint the office white, in fact, this room has really proven to me how much I LOVE white paint.  However, the white paint could make the room look “flat” without enough texture injected into it. When I added all the furniture and the DIY barn door into this space, I

  • Homeowner Tasks You Should Do on a Regular Basis

    Homeowner Tasks You Should Do on a Regular Basis

    We’ve both been homeowners for a few years now, and there are so many things we love about owning. We can change anything we want, we can paint, hang art, and overall we can really customize each and every nook and cranny to fit our needs. But there are plenty of not-so-fun aspects about being

  • How to Install New Baseboard – Part 2

    How to Install New Baseboard – Part 2

    If you’re just joining us, make sure you START HERE to catch up on the first few steps of installing new baseboard. Yesterday we tackled steps #1 through #4 and today we are picking up where we left off to finish up this attainable DIY project If you’re back for more baseboard business, let’s dive

  • How to Install Baseboard – Part 1

    How to Install Baseboard – Part 1

    Thanks to our blog survey last month we received several requests for a specific tutorial on how to replace baseboard. We’ve tackled this project a few times (usually in the process of adding wood treatment to a wall) yet never really thought about sharing the tutorial on this DIY project. So as obvious as this request