You move into a new house and bring the window treatments from your old house only to find they don’t fit the new windows.
You move into your new house and would love new window treatments but being budget conscious and knowing you need many things for the new house you try to make the old curtains work.
But they’re just so blah! And they don’t fit in with their new surroundings!
Today, I’m sharing two new & improved, upcycled window treatments that used to be old and blah but now have a new lease on life.
When you think about the fact that this lake house was probably built in the 70’s the floor plan is perfect for the way we live today.
The upstairs consists of a large living room, dining room and kitchen, divided only by 2 walls, and a large wall of windows looking out over the lake. Plenty of space for multiple people to all hang out at the same time.
My SIL Gina’s entire home is filled with eclectic details and her dining room is no exception. But here you will find plenty of shabby chic details as well. Literally. There are several elements you may recognize from the Rachel Ashwell’s Shabby Chic collection.
Gina’s dining room sits directly across the entry hall from the Parlor.
My floors have a textured finish with a very low luster sheen while many hardwood floors have a very smooth finish with a sheen that varies from minimal sheen to high gloss.
Low luster/minimal sheen and a satin finish sheen are the most popular choices for residential homes.
Today I’m sharing a few basic tips as well as the products I use to take care of our wood floors.