One Room Challenge™ Fall 2015

It's One Room Challenge™ time!

Do you have an unfinished room? Are you looking for inspiration? Are you lacking motivation? Well then, you must join in the fun and be a Guest Participate in the One Room Challenge™. 
Starting on Wednesday, October 7th, twenty design bloggers will transform a space in their home (or the home of a client) from start to finish. Each Week, they will be sharing their process, tips, and sources. All of this will lead up to the final room reveals on Wednesday, November 11th. 

If this sounds like fun and you would like to join in....then be my guest! On Thursday, October 8th, it's the return of the One Room Challenge™ Linking Event. For six crazy Thursday's you can transform a space and everyone will follow your progress. 
Here's how to join:

1. Pick a room to transform/finish/fluff for the One Room Challenge. 
2. You must have a blog to post your progress. 
3. Each week, post your progress.
4. After you post your weekly updates on your site, come by and link up on this site.
5. Final room reveals are Thursday, November 12th. 

You can see lots of examples from the Spring ORC.

It's a whole lot of fun, and you never know who will be watching - 

Grab a logo, tell your friends, and start planning. 

For my regular six readers, I promise I will post more house updates soon. Thanks for the houseplant mom & dad.


Hello......and some house updates

I remember you.....and hopefully, you remember me. I have been a complete mess with too many commitments, back to school, and an endless renovation project.

I know I promised you wood tile updates, and so much more. I'm just going to show you what it looks like today. ...this is real time.

White kitchen cabinets are going in. 

I love this Minka Aire ceiling fan. It works with my California beach house.

Do you remember how crazy I was about finding the perfect wood tile? This is the real wood floor I was trying to match. 

And here is my very dusty, dirty...not even completely grouted...wood tile floor. 

A closer look

The company is called Magnolia, and the color is're welcome!

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Lastly, how about the asymmetrical ceilings? I'm glad I went with my gut on this one. 

Thank you for sending the emails and leaving comments. I have read every one of them. I'm sorry I have not been able to get back to some of you...but I'm a little busy at the moment :). 

Oh, and the decision is pulls. I'll try to get back to you soon. Thanks for reading. 


Knobs or Pulls?

Another decision.....

I really like the simplicity of small knobs. 

Wettling Architects

The pretty sparkle of glass.

Nest Architectural Design

Anita Clark

And then there's the function and statement of the pull.

Elevation Home Builders

Architectural and industrial.

Blackstone Cabinetry

Sleek and interesting. 


Which style would you select?

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