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Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Final Before and After Upstairs, Porch and Back Yard of Our Last House

I hope you all are having a wonderful start to your January! We are finally back home after a lot of holiday traveling and I can't wait to get back to work on our new home. We got back late Monday evening and yesterday I got all of the Christmas decor taken down and then lugged it all back up to the attic and then got unpacked and organized from our trip, did tons and tons of laundry and hung our new chandelier in our dining room that had arrived while we were gone. It felt so good to get all of that done so I can now have a clean slate to get back to work on. Now today I can't wait to back to painting! Actually, I hate painting, haha! But I can't wait to just get back to making over some more of the spaces in our new home. I can't decide if I am going to paint and stain the new counter in our laundry room or start painting my office, or tackle painting the front door and the doors in the hallway...

First though I wanted to share the final before and afters of the upstairs of our last home. It's killing me having to rewrite this entire post - ha! I had written one long post Sunday evening that I spent over four hours on and somehow it got lost so I quickly rewrote the downstairs Before and Afters and posted that Monday and now today will share the upstairs ones.

First up is our Master Bedroom. This is actually is one of the more simple makeovers up here. It was just painting all the trim, doors, and windows and then the walls and then the fun decorating part. We actually changed things around a fair amount in here like pillows, bedding, dressers and rugs, but here are my favorite photos of it:

*sorry about how wonky all of the fonts are throughout this post. I have tried everything and it's just not cooperating - ugh! 




Source List:  

Wallcolor - Moonshine by Benjamin Moore in Matte
Trim - Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Semi-gloss
Nightstand - Made over from a Tarva dresser from IKEA (you can read all of the details here)
Lamps - HomeGoods
Bed - Ballard Design - fabric 10 oz linen natural
Euro Shams and Duvet - Ballard Design
Pom Pom Shams - Ballard Designs
Quilt and little pillow in front - IKEA 
Rug - Pottery Barn (about 7 years ago)
Three Ring Chest - Soft Surroundings (it is now sold out but these ones are similar here and here)
Drapery Panels - IKEA Ritva Panels
Drapery Rods - Lowe's 
Roman Shades - Lowe's (they are now discontinued which is disappointing because I had hoped to gradually add them to all of our window)
Lamp - the base was from Hobby Lobby I think about 7 years ago and the shade is from Target
Mirror - HomeGoods 
Tray - HomeGoods
Candle - Target 
Pitcher/Vase - IKEA
Picture Frame - a gift about 6 or 7 years ago
Painting - Savvy in Williamsburg, VA about five years ago
Chair - was my great uncles and got passed down to my parents and then down to us about six or seven years ago
Ottoman - Target (about 4 or 5 years ago)
Gold Oval Frame - have had for years
Little Gold Vase - was originally a candle from Target, once it finished we now use it as a vase 
Pitcher being used as vase - gift (from Spring Mill) 
Frames with Ribbon - gift
H - gift


Our master bathroom was one of our biggest makeovers and it took us three years to finally do it! We just did it this past summer just a few months before we moved - ha! We did a little mini makeover though about a year or so after moving in to help it feel a little bit cleaner. Here is the before:


And here was the very inexpensive mini makeover we did while we saved up and decided on what we wanted to do for our big makeover (you can read more about the mini makeover in this post here)

and then here is our final makeover in here. Even though it had same square footage it felt so much more spacious:


Another before shot:

And another almost finished after:
 





Source List:

Charcoal Vanity with Marble Top - Wayfair
Sconce in Satin Nickel - Pottery Barn
Subway Tile - 3 by 6 glossy with white grout - bought from a local company but same here
Oval Mirror with Medicine Cabinet - Wayfair
Shower System -Wayfair
Kohler Toilet with this Seat - Wayfair
Two Inch Marble Hex Tile Flooring with white grout - bought from a local company but can be found here

White Tray - World Market
Soap - HomeGoods
Silver Makeup Brushes and Powder - Wedding Gifts years ago
Hair Brush - HomeGoods
Brush in Shower - HomeGoods
Towels - HomeGoods
Vase - TJMaxx
Bird Jars - Can be found here
Wall Color - Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Eggshell
Trim Color - Simply White by Benjamin Moore in SemiGloss
Door Color - Mopboard Black by Benjamin Moore in SemiGloss

Outside of our bedroom was the hallway and kind of "landing" area. This required wallpaper removal and then lots and lots of painting:

and here you can see it after we added the gallery wall going down the stairs:




Source List:
Wall Color - Moonshine in Matte Finish (BM)
Trim Color - Simply White in Semi-gloss Finish (BM)
Door Color - Mopboard Black in Semi-gloss Finish (BM)
Shelf - Target (I'm not the biggest fan of it and would not buy it again)

Frames - One on the left is from Target and the on one the right is from IKEA

Growth Chart - Dear Lillie 
Runner - RugsUSA (don't think they sell this one anymore) 
Frames - Ribba from Ikea in an array of sizes

And here is a before and after of the linen closet in this upstairs hallway. I think this was one of my favorite projects because once we tidied it up we kept it that way! It's so much easier for me to keep a space tidy and organized when it is visually appealing. 





Source List:

Wall Color - Gray Owl by Benjamin Moore
Trim and Shelf Color - Simply White by Benjamin Moore
Door Color - Mopboard Black by Benjamin Moore
Stencil - Martha Stewart, from Michael's
Top Shelf:
    Baskets - Wayfair
    Jars with Bird Top - Wayfair 
Second Shelf from Top:
    Storage Boxes - Wayfair
    Washcloths (and hand towels and bath towels on the other shelves) - Wayfair 
    Miscellaneous Bed Linens - Some from IKEA some from Target
Third Shelf from Top:
    Wire Baskets - Wayfair
    Hand Towels in Wire Baskets - From lots of places, have had for years
    Quilts - From Target about 8 years ago
Fourth Shelf from Top:
    Hand Towels - See washcloth link above
     Jars with Bird on Top - Wayfair 
     Quilts, Blankets and Pillow Cases - From lots of places, have had for years
Bottom Shelf:
     Towels - See washcloth link above
     Storage Boxes - Wayfair
Floor:
     Baskets on Left - HomeGoods
     Laundry Basket - HomeGoods

Next up is our hall bathroom. This (along with our kitchen and master bathroom) was one of our biggest makeovers:









Source List:

Trim Color - Simply White by BM in Semi-Gloss
Door Color - Mopboard Black by BM in Semi-Gloss
Wallpaper - Wallpaper Direct - Songbird Dove 
Vanity - Haynes Furniture (floor model clearance - almost 80% off retail price) almost identical one can be found here
Faucets - Overstock.com
Tile flooring that looks like wood - purchased through Brunk Tile in Newport News, VA
Tile in Bathtub - purchased through Brunk Tile in Newport News, VA
Toilet - Lowe's 
Tub - purchased through contractor
Tub faucet and showerhead - purchased through contractor 
Shower Curtain - Bed Bath and Beyond 
Bath Mat - Bed Bath and Beyond
Mirror - Wayfair Kichler Wall Mirror
Roman Shade - Lowe's 
Soap - HomeGoods
Soap dish - Target  
Vase - gift from Spring Mill, IN
Purple Flowers - from a butterfly bush in our yard 
Contractor - Ryan - Bathroom's Made Easy 

Next up is one of the bedrooms we first used as a guest room:









Source List for Guest Room: 

Wall Color - Graystone by Benjamin Moore in Matte Finish
Trim Color - Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Semi-Gloss
Door Color - Mopboard Black by Benjamin Moore in Semi-Gloss 
Bed - Skyline Furniture about six or seven years ago

Horse Picture - HomeGoods
Mirrored Dresser - Haynes Furniture about six years ago
Silver Chest - TJMaxx about six years ago
Lamp - Aiden Gray on clearance about eight years ago 
Duvet Cover and Euro Shams - Jardin Toile from Ballard Designs
Quilt and Standard Shams - Audree Pom Pom from Ballard Designs

White Pom Pom Shams - Country Curtains
Two Square Pillows - Birch Lane Armelle Linen Pillow Cover in Stone
White Linen Center Bed Pillow - IKEA
White Framed Mirror - Savvy in Williamsburg, VA
Bench - We made it, tutorial can be found here 
Tall Mirror - Home Goods 
Large Glass Jar  - Decor Steals
Metal Sphere - Home Goods
Wooden Horse - Joss and Main 
Chair - on clearance at The Loft Outlet in Williamsburg 
Knit Pillow - Joss and Main 
Gray Throw - HomeGoods
Drapery Panels - Ritva Panels from IKEA
Curtain Rods - Home Depot
Chandelier - Restoration Hardware Baby and Child
Rug - Rugs USA - Edison in Nickel
Shades - Lowe's
White Frames with Lillie and Lola photos  - IKEA

And here is the closet before in that room:


And here is how we updated it:



Soure List:

Wallpaper: Wallpaper Direct
All Gray Baskets - HomeGoods
White Storage Boxes - IKEA
Metal Boxes - HomeGoods
Metal Bucket - Antique Farmhouse

Then after two and a half years we turned that room into Lillie's bedroom and this is what it looked like. I think this was one of my favorite rooms. 









Source List:


Wall Color - Graystone by Benjamin Moore

Trim Color - Simply White in Semi-Gloss by Benjamin Moore

Door Color - Mopboard Black in Semi-Gloss by Benjamin Moore

Antique Style Ruffled Duvet and Shams - Land of Nod
White Quilt - have had for years and years, I think possibly from Target
Pom Pom Bedskirt and Shams - Country Curtains a couple of years ago
Bunny Pillow - We made it
Black and White Pillows on Bed - Target
Rug - HomeGoods
Chair - The Loft furniture outlet in Williamsburg
Pink Tufted Poof - Land of Nod
Little Girl Pillow - Land of Nod
Black Velvet Pillow - HomeGoods
Black and White Throw - Ikea
Heart Garland - Target
Tall Dresser - Joss and Main (five or so years ago)
Trophy Urn - Arrows' Nest
Horse Bookend - HomeGoods
Mirror above Dresser - Pottery Barn close to ten years ago
Standing Lamp - from a consignment shop years and years ago
Drapery Panels - Ritva Panels from IKEA (96") with Pom Pom trim from JoAnn's
Shades - from Lowe's, they are now discontinued
Bunny Desk Chair - Pottery Barn Teen
Chandelier - Restoration Hardware Baby and Child (over seven years ago)
Silver Chest - TJMaxx with pulls from HomeGoods
Little White Round Table - Target years and years ago
Lamp on Table - HomeGoods
Piggy Bank - Gift years ago (from Target)
Polka Dot Jewelry Box - Target
Chest with Stuffed Animals - HomeGoods
L on Desk - Michael's 
L on wall - Michael's
Bunny on desk - thrift shop
notebooks and pencils - HomeGoods
Sound of Music posters - Movie Market 
Metal Boxes next to desk - HomeGoods
You Are My Sunshine Print - Dear Lillie (sold out)


Next up is our guest room. First we took down the wallpaper (I don't think I have a true before shot, this was after the paper came down) :


And then we had a headboard wallpaper added to the whole room and this is what it looked like for the first couple of years:

Sources:

Trim Color - Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Semi-gloss Finish
Door Color - Mopboard Black by Benjamin Moore in Semi-gloss Finish
Beadboard Wallpaper - Allen and Roth from Lowe's
Bed - Overstock
Black and White Dalmation Fabric - Premier Prints - Togo
Lamps - HomeGoods
Black and White Striped Throw - IKEA
Coverlet - Have had for a long time not sure where it was originally purchased
Bed Skirt and Shams - Country Curtains
Nightstands - Pier 1 about 8 years ago, they still carry them though
Basket under nightstand - Wayfair
Lamps - Home Goods
Roman Shades - Lowe's (they've since been discontinued)
Drapery Panels - IKEA
Drapery Rods - Lowe's
Duvet Cover - Target about 7 years ago
Rug - HomeGoods
Black and White Square Pillows - Target several years ago
Black Velvet Pillows - HomeGoods (same one here)
Trunk at end of bed - an antique shop about 10-11 years ago
Picture above bed - from a little shop in SC about 8 years ago
Tray and flowers on bed - HomeGoods
Desk - IKEA
Chair - Joss and Main
Black and White Tree Image  - Pottery Barn about 12 years ago
Gold Scissors, Stapler and Dog Tape Dispenser - Nate Berkus at Target
Notebooks - HomeGoods
Miniature Scissors in wooden spool - Antique Farmhouse
Vase with Tulips - Target (was a candle now that's it's burned we use it as a vase)
Tulips - Trader Joe's Gold 
Striped Candle - World Market
Sofa - from a little shop in South Carolina about eight years ago
Stone Colored Pillows - Birch Lane
Gray throw on sofa - HomeGoods
Artwork above sofa -  Deann Art
Dalmation pillow - we made it using Premier Prints fabric - Togo
Standing lamp - Consigment Shop years ago
Horse head - HomeGoods
Vase with roses - TJMaxx years ago (roses are from Trader Joe's)


Then when we kept the same black and white theme but switched up the wall color and bed when we did the big bedroom switcharoo last year so Lillie could move into her own room and this is what we ended up with:









Source List:

Door Color - Mopboard Black by Benjamin Moore in Semi-gloss Finish
Beadboard Wallpaper - Allen and Roth from Lowe's (then painted over)
Wall Color - Nightfall by Benjamin Moore in and Eggshell finish
Drapery Panels - Country Curtains Buffalo Check in Black 96" (one set)
Bed - Skyline Furniture about six or seven years ago (almost identical one here in White Duck)
Gold Trophy Vase - The Arrow's Nest 
Lantern Used as a Vase - HomeGoods (similar here) 
Hyndrangeas - from the Bombshell Hydrangea bushes our yard
Black Velvet Pillows - HomeGoods (similar here)
White fluffy pillows - HomeGoods (similar here)
Rug - HomeGoods
Lamps - HomeGoods (similar here
Peacocks - Family antique
Basket under nightstand - Wayfair

Roman Shades - Lowe's (they've since been discontinued)
Drapery Rods - Lowe's 

Trunk at end of Bed - Antique Shop in Asheville, NC 11 years ago
Striped Throw - IKEA
Picture above bed - from a little shop in South Carolina about nine years ago
Desk - IKEA
Chair - Joss and Main
Mirror - Savvy Home and Garden in Williamsburg, VA
Small Frame - HomeGoods
Sofa - from a little shop in South Carolina about eight years ago
Stone Colored Pillows - Birch Lane
Black and White Pillows - TargetGray throw on sofa - HomeGoods
Artwork above sofa -  Deann Art
Dalmation pillow - we made it using Premier Prints fabric - Togo
Lamp - HomeGoods

And now onto Lola's room which for the first two and a half years was Lillie and Lola's room so first I'll share the befores and what it first looked like when it was their room. Here is the before and what it looked liked after we did a few projects:



And then here it was a little bit later with some recovered headboards and functional storage added at the ends of the beds:
Source List here

And then here is what it looked like once we turned it into just Lola's room:






Here is a detailed source list for the her room:

Wall Color - Glass Slipper in a matte finish by Benjamin Moore
Trim Color - Simply White in a semi-gloss finish by Benjamin Moore
Wallpaper: PiP Birds in Paradise in White  -  Ordered online from Decorate to Go 
Rug - RugsUsa
Bed - Pottery Barn Teen
Bedding - Beddy's Bedding
Pig Pillow - Live Sweet Shop
Hello Sweetie Pillow - Live Sweet Shop
Desk - Joss and Main with knobs from HomeGoods
Desk Chair - Pottery Barn Kids
Lamp on Desk - HomeGoods
Little Chalkboard on Desk - HomeGoods
Dog Tape Dispenser - Target
Garland - Made from leftover Wallpaper
Oversized Wooden Sign - Dear Lillie (we carried this sign in the fall, it is not currently in stock)
Shelf with Baskets - IKEA
Puffin Hard Cover Classic Books - HomeGoods
Crown - H & M
Aqua toolbox - HomeGoods
Gold Polka Dot Lamb - Live Sweet Shop
Trophy Vase - The Arrow's Nest
Tulips - Trader Joe's
Drapery Panels - IKEA Ritva Panels with pom pom trim from Joann Fabric's attached
Drapery Rods - Lowe's 
Deer Painting - I painted it using pink paints modeled after a canvas with a brown deer on Joss and Main
Blank Canvas - Michael's
Wooden L - Michael's
Heart Chalkboard - HomeGoods
Basketball Hoop - We made the backboard and stained it with Provincial by Minwax and then attached a rim that we ordered from Dick's Sporting Goods
Pom Pom Garland - We made last Christmas
Wood Frame - Michael's 
Rhino Head - Target (sold out now but similar ones here)
Heart PinBoard - Target
Pink Unicorn - HomeGoods

And next up is our playroom. Now for the record, although the rest of our house we kept quite tidy this room was usually NOT so tidy - haha!





Source List:

Wall Color - Just Peachy by BM in Matte Finish
Trim Color - Simply White by BM in Semi-gloss Finish
Door Color - Mopboard Black by BM in Semi-gloss Finish 
Wallpaper - Globetrotter by Clarke and Clarke purchased from Wallpaper Direct
Rug - HomeGoods 
Sofa - Pier1 about ten years ago
Chair - Passed down from my uncle years
Ottoman - We slipcovered an old ottoman, we did it in a similar way to when we made a slipcover for it in our last house. That tutorial can be found here.
Side Table - purchased about 12 years ago at a used furniture store, painted in White Dove 
Lamp - from a consignment shop at least ten years ago
Lamp Shade - Target
Solid Pink and Pink Polka Dot Pillows - Target
Gold Burlap Pillows - we made with fabric from JoAnn's 
Shoes - Joyfolie
Piggy Bank - Gift, Crown on it's head we made in this post.    
Chandelier - old chandelier that we removed from the dining room when we moved into this house and stored in the attic, we originally painted it another color while we waited for our new dining room chandelier to arrive which you can see here
Storage Cubbies with Baskets - IKEA 
XOXO Sign - HomeGoods
Curtains - Ritva Panels from IKEA with pom pom trim from JoAnn's 
Shade - Lowe's (Jakarta - a discontinued style) 
Curtain Rod - Target 
Large Whiteboard - We made it more details how to make a similar one here and here
Easel - Gift several years ago - you can see how we made it over recently in this post
Dollhouse - Found at an antique shop
Tray - HomeGoods (then the base was spraypainted gold)
Handmade Playhouse - Gift
Piano - Gift
Wicker Rocking Chair - Gift
Wood Rocking Chair - was mine when I was a little girl 
Doll in Chair - Pottery Barn Kids 
Table and Chairs - IKEA
Kitchen Set - We purchased it online about 4 1/2 years ago during a huge sale for Lillie's 1st birthday
Rod with Hanging Baskets - IKEA
Chair - Was passed down from a great uncle when I was in college
Basket Holding Tulips - IKEA
Picture hanging on door Tutorial can be found here
Numbers going up stairs - Lowe's
Shelf above kitchen set - Target years ago
Tall bookshelf near door - Target years ago
White Pitcher - IKEA
Little H - Gift
Little Books on ottoman - Gifts

And that is it for the upstairs. We also had our porch. Here it is in spring:


And here it is in fall:



Source List:

Table - I built it years ago (you can read more about it here)
Black Bistro Chairs - Joss and Main
End Chairs - TJ Maxx several years ago (similar ones can be found here)
Table Runner - HomeGoods
Round Placemats - HomeGoods (similar here)
Wooden Chargers - Joss and Main
Wire Urn - Joss and Main
Preserved Artichokes - Joss and Main
Antler Candle Holder - Birch Lane
Magnolia Wreath on Table - Birch Lane
Large Heirloom Pumpkin Wreath - Dear Lillie Collection at Painted Fox
Antlers - World Market
Pears, Pumpkins, Squash and Eucalyptus - Trader Joe's
Plates - Pottery Barn 
Large Cableknit Pillows - Soft Surroundings
Navy Pillows - HomeGoods
Kids Table - Target
Kids Chairs - Target
Lights  - here and here

And this summer we added an outdoor living space which we loved! 








Source List:

Sofa - Montclair Wicker Sofa 
Chairs - Montclair Wicker Chairs 
Outdoor Fireplace - Felicia Steel Wood Outdoor Fireplace from Wayfair 
String Lights above Seating Area - Wayfair
String Lights on the Arched Trellis - Wayfair 
Buffalo Check Pillows - Wayfair in the 20 by 20 size
Rug - HomeGoods (8 by 10 approximately)
Side Tables - HomeGoods
Coffee Table - Pottery Barn (similar to this one we've had ours for years and years ago we've stripped and painted it several times)
Large Black Tray - From our Collection at Painted Fox
Lantern Filled with Flowers - HomeGoods
Water Pitcher - Birch Lane
Cake Stand - Birch Lane
Glasses - HomeGoods
Silver Tray - HomeGoods
Plates - Target 
Vase - TJMaxx

And that's it! We dearly loved that home but it is in wonderful new hands. The couple who bought it made the entire selling process incredibly easy and are so sweet and we are excited to start a new chapter in our new home. As we mentioned in a previous post our new home is actually extremely similar to this one. In fact the first time I saw it I walked right back out because I had no interest in buying a house that had such a similar kitchen and family room (they are almost identical - ha!) but after having another house fall through on us and not being able to find anything else that quite was what we were looking for and running out of time before we had to be out of ours we ended up giving it another look and it met most of the main requirements we were looking for which had mostly to do with a flatter/safer driveway and front lawn situation so we ended up pulling the trigger on it. But it may make it confusing when we share some of the spaces as they look rather similar - ha! 

 Now that were are back from our holiday traveling we are so excited to really dig into making over each space in our new home! We will be back later this week with a little peek at what we've done in our dining room and then this weekend I hope to have a post up with Lillie's new room! And if you missed some of the posts we have shared so far of our new home you can see our new entryway here, our new master bedroom here, and our new living room here. And you can also follow us on instagram on our Dear Lillie Daily page where we show some little peeks on things we are working on. 



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15 comments:

  1. Jennifer, can you explain please....did you prime all of your stained woodwork? If so, can you share what product you used please? I'm ready to start painting. It's all so beautiful. We are so fortunate to be able to follow you and see your beautiful home. Happy New Year to you and your family.

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    1. Thank you, Lisa! Yes, we primed all of the woodwork before painting it.

      You can find posts with more detail on that here:

      http://dearlillieblog.blogspot.com/2013/08/painting-doors-and-changing-out-knobs.html

      and here:

      http://dearlillieblog.blogspot.com/2013/09/how-i-painted-kitchen-cabinets-two.html

      I hope you have a wonderful New Year too!

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  2. You are my hero for rewriting this entire post. You did such a beautiful job with this house. Can't wait to see the next one! Happy New Year!

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  3. Just beautiful! If you don't mind me asking, was the rest of your exterior brick like your porch? If so, what color was your front door? Having a difficult time narrowing down a color scheme with our brick home. Can't wait to see what you do with your next house!

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    1. Hi, Grace! The exterior of Jenni's home was entirely brick. She went with the same color on their door as we used on my old home. I believe it was called Templeton Gray (by Benjamin Moore). You can find a post with some pictures of it here: http://dearlillieblog.blogspot.com/2013/06/jasons-new-front-door-color.html

      Hope this helps!

      -Jason

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  4. Just beautiful! If you don't mind me asking, was the rest of your exterior brick like your porch? If so, what color front door did you have? Our home is brick and am having a hard time with color scheme! Can't wait to see what you do with your next house!

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  5. So Jennifer - my question is, when exactly do you sleep? Actually I've always wondered that about you! :)
    We purchased our first home about four months ago and it has been a huge project - every surface needs paint, everything needs a makeover. I know it will all be worth it when we're done, but I have to say that you and your blog are the single biggest point of inspiration for me that this can be done. Seeing your 'before' and 'after' pics makes my jaw drop every time. Thank you for working so hard to get all these images up for us, because let me tell you, they are so appreciated! It's so inspiring to see what you've been able to do with these spaces, and gives me hope for my own space in progress. Your blog was one of the first I ever found and I find it every bit as inspiring today as I did 5 years ago. Thank you and can't wait to see more of your new home!

    Sarah

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    1. You are so sweet, Sarah! To be honest, I don't really sleep much - but I wouldn't recommend that. I've aged about 15 years in the last 5 - hah!

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  6. The best transformations EVER!!! I'm really impressed! LOVELY!

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  7. I could look at how you transform rooms forever! Simply incredible! Thank you for sharing your gifts with all of us here in blog land. It certainly helps me with my own house!!!

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  8. Loved all of it! What an amazing amount of work! You can come to my house now :)

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  9. Empecemos a disfrutar de las pequeñas cosas, así podremos hacer grandes planes para nuestra vida. ¡Este año 2017 será nuestro. Levantemos nuestra copa y brindemos por los que están, por los que ya se fueron y por los que vendrán a nuestras vidas. FELIZ AÑO A TODOS Dejemos pues que este año se marche, y recibamos el nuevo año con entusiasmo, con tolerancia y sobre todo con mucho amor. Gracias por celebrar-lo un año mas conmigo i que los reyes magos hayas sido generosos con todos vosotros.👑👑👑 elracodeldetall.blogspot.com

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  10. Could you tell me which drapery rods you normally use from Lowes? I was looking for a basic aged bronze. Thanks so much!

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  11. Can you tell me which curtain rods you use at Lowe's? Thank you so much!

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    1. Hi, Stephanie! Unfortunately Jenni got them between 3-4 years ago so she couldn't remember which ones they were.

      -Jason

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