Today, I’m sharing portions of a lovely old 1920’s era home that was recently remodeled for resale.
One of the upstairs bathrooms featured a clawfoot tub and rainshower shower system. I wish I’d seen the home in it’s before stage. All the updates were utterly charming.
Especially the bathrooms.
This month marks my 5th year as a blogger! Beyond the Screen Door is 5 years old!
Very early in my blogging career I met Robin. Robin was one of my first ~ might have been myvery first ~ online customer. I’ve made several items for her over the years including pillows and a shower curtain.
Our latest collaboration is a table runner and table topper/square for her dining room all in shades of ivory, cream, tan and black.
Are you a collector?
Do you love the pastime of looking for that elusive item to add to your collection(s)? Collections you can display and enjoy?
While I’ve never been bit by the collecting bug I do enjoy using a client’s collections when decorating their homes. Sometimes those collections present a challenge.
Just how do we incorporate these items into the decor?
Most recently the challenge involved a collection of vintage walking canes. Continue reading →
Today I’m sharing a set of pre owned window treatments, as well a brand new cafe curtain, a set of raspberry damask pillow covers and fabric.
I’m currently in the process of helping a client remodel her kitchen. Changes include newly painted cabinets (including a dramatic turquoise island) new backsplash, flooring and of course new window treatments.
This first window treatments for sale are from this kitchen, a set of cafe curtains and valances made for two large windows. If you love this curtain but it doesn’t quite fit your window(s) just let me know, Alterations are available. Continue reading →
I should probably call this an update rather than a makeover because technically the changes I’ve made to our master bath are purely cosmetic. But new paint, window treatment, rugs and a couple of towels made a big difference! So, it’s a makeover to me.
My number one concern, beginning this process, was working with the existing tile. The main tile consists of two shades of beige, one with a strong yellow undertone, laid in a harlequin pattern on the floor and used in the shower and tub surround while the bullnose has a slight pink undertone. Two undertones that tend to fight each other. Continue reading →
Did you see these cuties and wonder just what the rest of the room looked like?
I’m not always fortunate enough to photograph an entire room after a project is finished. But in this case Jenni graciously invited me back into her home so I could take pictures of her daughter’s beautiful bedroom! Just for you!