How to add rustic farm style charm to your laundry room without spending a fortune

The dirty room--dun, dun, duuun. I'm pretty sure when they designed our modular home the laundry room was an after thought. It's a bit of an eyesore especially when sitting down to eat a meal. It desperately needed a makeover that didn't break the bank. Preferably a rustic farm-style makeover.

Could I create a space that was functional, stylish and didn't cost me a thing? What if I already had everything I needed; I just needed to re-imagine the space?

One family, 9 dogs and the story of love

I am a dog person. I will always be a dog person. They have so much to give. My dogs have been my partners in crime, my saviors--in ways I cannot count--and my friends. When I imagine what our family would have been like without them...I just can't.

5 ideas to use DIY tiered trays

Lately I have been seeing a lot of DIY tiered trays on my Pinterest feed. What I love about them is that with a little creativity and home purging you can do this in a short amount of time. For a couple of days it was tier happy at my house. Here's 5, plus one ways I am using my DIY tiered trays.

DIY simple country home decor

The corner of my master bath tub has always been an eye sore. I could just never imagine what would look good there. I love the farm style look with clean simple lines. With some scrap pieces of wood and paint I got to work making my own farm style decor.

DIY outdoor kitchen table

It's summer time and with summer comes outdoor grillin'. There is nothing better than sitting on the back deck with a toddy watching Hubby grill up some steaks or chicken or ribs or...you get the idea. For years he has had little elbow room to perform his savory smoke flavored show.

Kitchen storage challenged? Go vertical!

The kitchen. The place that is the heart of home because, as you know, the way to the heart is with food. Good thing Hubby likes to cook!

I dream that one day I will magically discover the perfect way to organize my kitchen. Hence the rotation of kitchenware, spices, grains, pots, pans, plastic...you get the picture.

Going vertical seemed like the right move.