Fall home tour (check it out here if you missed it). Today, I just wanted to share with you a little before and after of the board and batten, and a little snippet of how I did it. I've done so many board and batten tutorials in the past, I figure another full one isn't that necessary :)
I have a vision to see board and batten go half way up my full two walls in our living room, but am seriously being a chicken butt and not getting it done. I have wanted to do this for like 4 years now. It's just that if I screw it up, I can't just paint over it...I literally have to repaint two 20 foot walls. I know I could always match the paint, but in my many experiences in the past, it is very hard to completely mesh them together to make in seamless. So, anyway. This was my first step. I knew I wanted two corner walls in here a shorter board and batten, and I figure those would be easy to repaint if necessary, and truthfully, it wasn't a huge project like the other two full walls would be ;)
The picture above and the one below are the two walls I decided to do first.
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
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Vintage wire laundry basket
This is my newest purchase and I love it! It's kind of huge...a lot larger than I had imagined, but it totally works for the space :)
Wood and metal chandelier
Handwoven cotton rug (multiple colors, I have 2 of them!)
I am in love with these rugs! I took my high pile rug out of the living room and replaced it with the sand and ivory rug. It's handwoven, so super thin. But it totally works for me and love how casual it looks :) I also bought the grey and ivory for my bedroom.
Enamel Metal Containers
Farmhouse Striped Pillow
Wood and galvanized metal boxes
Farmhouse stripe pillow cover
Love these pillow covers! I have them on my dining room bench currently :)
Enamel Bread Box
12" Wooden Clock
Farmhouse Ceramic Pitcher
Gingham pillow cover
These pillow covers are beautiful!
Okay. Now for my favorite shops :)
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