On our front porch, we haveDIY Concrete Planters and recently gave the front porch some love on a budget. The biggest change to the space was having new doors put in (although we did research on just having the glass replaced and that can be a great update for some doors!). Check out all the details on replacing your front doors or enlarging the glass. Another thing that helped the space was having new gutters installed. If you are curious about the cost of new gutters, I outlined our research for you in the gutter replacement post!
Outdoors (Back): In Progress
Our backyard has gone through some changes over the past few seasons. We lost our beautiful 140 year Oak tree due to root rot and that’s changed the whole look of the space.
Two years ago, we added new mulch and river rocks around the patio. This year, we revamped the patio on a tiny budget. See the budget-friendly patio reveal for more details! We have lots of ideas for the backyard space and I’m sure it will continually evolve over the seasons.
Interior: 4 Levels
(Entry Floor, Main Level, Upstairs and Basement)
Entry Floor: Entryway, Laundry Room, Playroom, 1/2 Bath and Sunroom
We had a whole different look in our entryway (see our Bright and Modern Entryway if you want to see more) but realized that our style had changed. It evolved over time, but finally was given a whole new look during the One Room Challenge.
The gallery wall got updated and I gave a how-to for creating a great gallery wall.
Make sure to check out the entryway reveal for more details.
Playroom/Office: 50% Complete
Eventually, this room will probably turn into a full-on library/office. That’s the dream anyways.
Sunroom : Progress 30%
I just recently took part in a $100 room refresh challenge and tackled the sunroom. The goal was to get the sunroom to a place where I could decide if it could be a usable office space for me. We gave it a good cleaning and painted the space.
There’s a ton more to do but I’m excited about the possibility of this space.
Main Living Floor:
Kitchen, Eat-In Kitchen, Formal Dining, Living Room and Loft Hallway
Eat-In Kitchen: Completed
We planked the wall, the hubby painted the highland cow (buy him here), installed a new light, made leather cushions, reupholstered chairs, built a banquette, changed the banquette to a leather cushion, sewed lots of pillows, and installed a small gallery wall.
DIY Banquette | DIY Leather Cushions | DIY Modern Plank Wall | Buy Highland Cow Art (painted by my hubby)
Formal Dining Room: Completed
We recently finished the formal dining room (see how we originally had it – The Eclectic Blue and White Dining Room) and love how it now pairs with our kitchen. We changed out the light, installed wallpaper and added lots of character with plants.
Living Room: 65% complete
Eventually, I’d like to add a built-in fireplace, figure out that corner built-in and finish adding baseboards!
Upstairs: Master Bedroom and Bath, Greyson’s Room, Guest Room and Main Bathroom
Master Bedroom: Completed
We actually finished our bedroom a few years ago but decided that we didn’t love it anymore. So, we transformed that space again. See our original Rainwashed Bright and Fresh Master bedroom.
02/17: We completed the Mid-Century Modern Master Bedroom and we absolutely love it.
Master Bathroom Nook : Completed (until big Master Bath remodel)
Master Closet: Complete
We recently completed our closet which included new paint (everywhere), new carpet and trim and all new storage.
Guest Bedroom : 75% completed
We recently (May 2015) participated in the One Room Challenge. We knocked the majority of the guest bedroom out during the challenge. We made a bed, a DIY Hanging planter, DIY artwork, and added lots of texture to the room. We would love to finish it off by replacing the carpet.
See the original One Room Challenge Guest Bedroom Makeover here.
Over the last six months, we have slowly tweaked things in the guest bedroom. I’m loving where we are currently at.
See more of the recent reveal of this mid-century inspired room.
Greyson’s (BIG BOY) Room : 95%
We made a firetruck light, blew-up a large picture, painted a customized magnetic map wall, installed a new fan, created a reading loft, added new bedding, refinished a dresser, refinished a metal cart and painted.
See more pictures and details here.
Upstairs Hallway: In Progress
We still need to install baseboards and decide what to do on the walls.
We put in new lights, installed tile, added some privacy to the windows, put in new sinks and faucets, redid the electrical, relocated sconces and mirrors, ripped down wallpaper, painted almost everything, and added some DIY plant hangers.
You can see more pictures and details of the bathroom in the bathroom reveal.
We have quite a few rooms that haven’t been touched at all (carpet in some bathrooms, no overhead lights, etc.) but we are slowly making progress.