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I wish I would have invented spray paint. It's so genius! I've always been a fan of it. It's an easy fix for pretty much any thing that you'd like to tweak the look of. I'm no stranger to spray painting furniture, so of course I had to pick up a couple bottles for some projects in the new house. There were two projects I wanted to tackle right away - nightstands in the master bedroom and a mirror for the hallway off the kitchen. The point behind these projects was to transform things we already had for as little money as possible, to just kind of get us by until we could budget for something "better."

Recently, One Kings Lane reached out to me and asked if I'd be interested in participating in their Pouf-a-Palooza blogger event. How can you say no to a palooza of any sort? Of course, I jumped in. **No perks were involved for this post, and I was not sponsored by One Kings Lane to write this post. All opinions and wording are my own.** The Pouf-a-Palooza is all about - you guessed it - poufs. They sent me a few images of poufs and asked me to put together a moodboard around my favorite one. Of the ones they sent, this one jumped out at me right away - It's called the Moroccan Pouf and is leather with

This year, for the first time - and the last, in our lifetime - as I'm sure you've heard, Hanukkah and Thanksgiving collide. If you think about it, it makes more sense for Hanukkah and Thanksgiving to be simultaneously celebrated than it does for Hanukkah and Christmas. Hanukkah is a holiday of remembrance and gratitude for miracles and deliverance. And what better time of year than to celebrate that than in November, around Thanksgiving. This year will go down, for me anyway, as the year of incredible change. So, on this Thanksgivukkah, I'm thankful for family, friends and the security they bring amid circumstances that can sometimes be scary but are also exciting. Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Hanukkah

Our house is on the small side - only 1,000 square feet and we are pretty limited in what we can do space-wise. It's no secret we're wanting to upgrade soon but, in the meantime - in the words of Tim Gunn - we have to make it work. It was really no big deal to have a small house before we had a kid. Now, sometimes things feel smaller than they really are. The area where this was the biggest challenge is the living room - we don't really have an entry, so as soon as you walk in the door, you're in the living room. It's also the space we all spend the most

(PSST - I've added a plugin to my blog where if you mouse over an image, a Pin It button appears. Try it out!) You've seen this room before. The last time you saw it, it was a nursery. Shortly after I wrote the reveal post for Ezra's nursery, we decided that room just wasn't working. It was a little cramped for him and the more time that passed, the more I couldn't stand it. Not to mention it faced the street, shared a wall with the living room and was directly across from the kitchen. It was no wonder he had a hard time napping in there. So, we decided to swap his nursery with my then-office,