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Master Bathroom Remodel with Build.com

Master Farmhouse Bathroom Renovation 

After a year of planning our Master Bathroom renovation is underway! One thing we have learned with any DIY, is once you start there is no turning back. We are including the before (not so pretty) and the after (pretty…pretty…) We had so much fun working with build.com too curate our master bathroom remodel with our new sinks and faucets to complete this space.

We chose to work with build.com because they have the best selection of home improvement products in every category, trending styles, and unique finishes from top brands. Build.com is a great place to purchase products for all of your home improvement products, instead of focusing on one specific category or product. Build.com is definitely a one-stop shop when it comes to your home improvement needs. We love that build.com are project experts they offer customer service with live, US-based project experts, via phone, email, or chat 7 days a week. Their customer service agents are trained in every home improvement category so they can confidently help you with whatever your project needs are. You can also work with the same project expert during the duration of your project for future projects. 

 

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Farmhouse Style Decorating for Spring

ABCI recently wrote this article for White Walls and wanted to share with my readers as well. Check out their site at http://whitewallsonline.com

I am so in love with Farmhouse decor….and  you may be asking yourself “What exactly is farm-house decor?” Well in my eyes it’s shiplap walls, big porches, picket fences, and lots of brown, burlap, and neutral color palettes. It’s light, it’s airy, and it feels like home.

If you are anything like me and you spend your T.V. time watching Chip and Joanna transform houses for deserving couples..yearning for a home that looks like something out of a scene from a magazine. Most days I leave my house and wish when I come home my house will be replaced with a little adorable farmhouse. Now first I must say I do like my home but the “farm girl” in me is ready to bust out and get back to her roots. I have always wanted a farm to grow old on. Raise kids, grand-babies (one day far far and away) and just craft my days away while watching my goats jump around (one day I will have goats, husband mark my words). Continue reading