External and internal decorations

"A designer knows when he has reached perfection not when there is nothing left to add but when there is nothing left to take away."

Antione de Sainte-Exupery

refinishing the hallway red oak hardwood floor - 10

I finally had a chance to get back to the hallway flooring project. I was determined to get the floor stained and at least one coat of polyurethane on by last night. Well, I met my goal, but with pretty horrible results. But let’s back up a bit. When I last wrote about this hallway flooring, I was dealing with a paint stain from where Cooper knocked over a quart of blue paint on the unfinished floor… After reading all of your suggestions, I decided that paint remover was the way to go. I was concerned that other options like wood bleach would bleed over onto the unaffected areas and lighten the wood that didn’t need to be lightened. Paint stripper seemed like the safest option. So I covered the area with Klean Strip paint stripper, let it sit a few minutes, scrubbed the area with a wire brush, cleaned it up with Klean Strip After Wash, and let it dry. I did this about three times, sanding between each application. After the third time, I decided it was good enough. After sanding the entire floor with 34, 60, 80, and 120 grit sandpaper on my handheld belt sander (which […]

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freestanding bathtub from home depot

Remember in my last post how I said that we had signed Matt up for home health services, and how I hoped that would get Matt some quality professional medical and physical therapy help while freeing up some time for me? Well, that didn’t happen last week. After four different intake meetings on four different days with four different people in four different positions (intake nurse, physical therapist, occupational therapist, and Matt’s regular nurse), Matt and I were both so exhausted. Hopefully things will start to get a little easier as we settle more into a regular schedule with them, and as Matt continues to improve and doesn’t need me to help him communicate with people anymore. (His speech was greatly affected by his being sick, but it’s getting better each day.) But all of last week, I kept wondering how in the world I was ever going to get any work done. We are very thankful for the extra attention he’s getting, though. And he and I are very excited about the occupational therapy and physical therapy he’ll bet getting on a regular basis. So we had a steady stream of people through our house last week, and very […]

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oak tree - being cut down - 2

We finally decided that the time had come to get rid of the huge oak tree in the back yard. This is the oak tree that was dangerously close to the house, and became even more of a concern after we had the carport built. I had hoped that we could keep it, but when it started dropping pretty big limbs (one of which poked a hole in the roof of the carport) and it began showing signs of rot, it had to go. That tree was so massive that it could have taken out half of our house had it fallen in that direction. Here’s how it looked before they got started on Friday (ten days ago). This picture doesn’t do the tree justice because the leaves were only just starting to bud. Here’s how it looked in the summer when we were having the carport built. (Note: If you’re reading this post on any website other than Addicted 2 Decorating, that means you’re reading on a site that is stealing my blog content. I hope you’ll consider joining me on my actual blog by clicking here.) This tree towered over our house, and was way more than double the […]

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Y’all, Matt and I (but mostly Matt) have been put through the wringer these last few days. It all started last Wednesday (the 17th) when I was at my mom’s house for our usual Wednesday family lunch, and I started coming down with what I thought were allergy symptoms. That would make sense with spring in the air and the trees and plants coming back to life, right? I got a little worse Wednesday night, and then Thursday, those allergy symptoms had turned into what I thought was a full-blown head cold with a bit of chest congestion. It was a pretty miserable day, but I started taking all of the appropriate anti-viral supplements as soon as I got home Wednesday, and by Friday, I was pretty much back to normal. Then Friday, Matt started showing the same symptoms, and I figured we were in for a rough ride. When most people get sick with a cold, it’s miserable, but we can handle it. Matt is a different story. Since he has multiple sclerosis, any little sickness wipes him out completely. It’s about 1000 times worse for him than it is for me because his M.S. already renders him weak […]

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I have finally started working on the floor in the hallway and home gym. Since I decided to use foam mat flooring in the home gym and forgo the refinishing process on the hardwood flooring in that room, that meant that I really didn’t need to waste time and money renting the big drum sander since I only needed to sand the small hallway. That’s a job that I can do with my hand held belt sander. Because this flooring has been sitting here unfinished for over a year, I had two spots that needed some extra attention. One was where Cooper knocked over a quart of blue paint that I was using in the guest bedroom, and the other was where I had knocked over a quart of polyurethane. On both areas, I thought the best way to handle it was to let the paint and polyurethane dry completely, and then see if I could get it off of the floor. I figured if I tried to clean it up when it was wet, I’d just smear it more and make an even bigger mess. That actually worked well for the majority of the paint. Once it was completely […]

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metal and glass side table makeover - before and after 1

My cute little settee for the music room arrived a few days ago, so I took some time to get this area of the room all set up and finished. Well, it’s finished for the most part. The pillows you see on the settee probably aren’t going to stay there. Probably. Maybe. Heck, I don’t know. Anyway, part of getting this area finished included a side table makeover. Here’s how my little side table turned out… If you’ve been around here for a while, you may recognize that table. I got a pair of those tables free from Overstock soon after we moved into this house. They were originally black metal and glass tables that looked like this… I ended up painting the metal on the tables with gold spray paint, and I used them in the living room for a while. Then during the original kitchen remodel, I did a little back-painted glass experimentation on the tables (because I was considering back–painted glass as a backsplash in the kitchen), and then I never used the tables again. They’ve been sitting in the sunroom (i.e., my storage room). So when I pulled them out to consider using them in the […]

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paint color selections for home gym

Last week, I posted my preliminary plan for the colors and wall design for the home gym. I had decided to go for the bold look of stripes on the walls and ceiling in an ombre rainbow sort of design using stripes that were at least eight inches wide. If you missed that post, you can find it here… My Inspiration & Plan For A Colorful Home Gym I was pretty excited about that plan, and after doing some quick math, I determined that I’d need 27 colors to do the striped walls, not including the solid end walls. So in all, I’d need 29 colors. I headed to Home Depot and picked out about 100 colors, brought them home, and started eliminating and arranging that selection to get to 27 colors. I took a few pictures along the way so that as I arranged, I could have a reference to go back to in order to remember the arrangements I really liked. This was one such arrangement, although I’m missing a few colors, and it looks like there are some repeats. When I thought I had the colors just right, it dawned on me that these colors represented actual […]

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diy frostred front door with house numbers - 14

I’ve mentioned several times that I rearranged the furniture in the living room (which I will show you very soon!). Now that the back of the sofa creates a more defined entryway, that means that any time I sit on the sofa (my favorite place to sit in the living room), my back is to the front door. There was just something very unsettling to me about having my back to a full glass front door, especially when sitting on the sofa at night. So I decided to frost the front door and incorporate our house number. Here’s how it turned out… I used my Silhouette to cut the house numbers out of Gila privacy frosted film, which made it incredibly easy and accurate. If you don’t have a Silhouette or Cricut, you can cut the numbers by hand. It would be a tedious job, but as long as you use a brand new blade in an X-acto knife, and take your time to get the numbers precise, it’s doable. But I took the easy way. I made a rectangle about 11.75 inches wide and 6 inches high, and then filled it with large numbers using the Arial Black font […]

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rainbow fence from At Home With Ashley

In my last post, I shared with you the plan for the layout of our home gym that I’m currently working on. If you missed that, you can get caught up here… Home Gym — The Current View & The Plan While I had the layout pretty clear in my mind, I wasn’t so clear about how I actually wanted to decorate the room. Colorful? More subdued? Most of you seemed to agree that our home gym should be colorful. I was hoping y’all would say that! After looking at so many home gyms online, and seeing that most of them were very neutral and almost void of any color at all, I knew that I probably wouldn’t be happy with that kind of colorless room in our home. So I went to the place where I always go for inspiration — my Instagram account where I have saved probably 300+ colorful rooms for inspiration. And I started scrolling, and scrolling, and scrolling, to see if one particular photo caught my eye for inspiration. And sure enough, one did — this ombre rainbow fence from At Home With Ashley. I have loved this fence ever since she revealed it on […]

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home gym layout

I’m giving up on my plan to finish the living room before moving on to the hallway and home gym, but the reason is completely out of my control. I’ve been waiting on two packages to be delivered for the living room, and those packages (along with about three others for the music room) have been delayed, and delayed, and delayed some more. My guess is that UPS and FedEx are still trying to dig out from underneath the backlog created by our 10-day ice and snow storm here in Texas (during which I did not see one single UPS, FedEx or USPS truck on my street). So when my packages said “out for delivery” two days in a row last week, and then nothing showed up and the tracking was changed to “delayed”, I decided it’s time to move on. I’m turning my focus and energy to the home gym (and the hallway) so that I can get these areas done and move on to the studio, which is what I REALLY want to be working on. So let’s talk about what I’m working with, and what I envision for this room. First, here’s the current floor plan again […]

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Garnet Rose Settee

We’re finally thawed out here in central Texas, and back to our regular weather with sunshine and temps in the 70s. But during the ten days of Snowmageddon 2021, when I had zero desire to do much of anything except stay bundled under my down comforter and drink hot chocolate, I also spent quite a bit of time looking back over old pictures of the house. It was fun to see just how far I’ve come on so much of the house. While I was looking through those old pictures, I also came across this color-coded floor plan that I did almost exactly two years ago, showing the areas that were finished, those that would be finished that year (2019), those that were in progress with the contractor, etc. Sadly, two years later, none of those three areas that were slated to be finished in 2019 are finished yet. So I decided to do a new color-coded floor plan to see where things stand almost exactly two years later. Here’s what I have… You can see that there was one area that went backwards. The hallway was in the “finished” category in 2019, and now two years later, it’s back […]

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Ikea Pax wardrobes for builtins in studio - long front window wall

Well, y’all. I thought that my living room was just about finished, and that I’d have lots of before and after pictures to show y’all this week. But then I went and rearranged the furniture and decided that the room still needed one last something. So I placed an order yesterday for that one last item that should be here on the 25th. Ugh. I did go ahead and paint my door, in case you were wondering. It’s teal now. But I’ll wait to show you that when the room is finished and I get my final pictures. In the meantime, I’ve been thinking about my studio, and the fact that the cabinets in there are such a huge project that I absolutely dread. So I got online last night and was looking at random things on Pinterest, and I have no idea how or why, but I came across pictures of closets that had IKEA Pax wardrobes in them that had been completely customized to look like custom built-ins. I’m sure you’ve seen one of these closets before. The wardrobes themselves are pretty simple and basic, but once you add trim, custom drawer fronts, crown molding, etc., they look […]

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door color - dark teal

I always wanted to have a house where you walk into an actual entryway before entering into the main room(s) of the house. That way the entryway is pretty much its own room, and it can be decorated on its own. One of the features I like the least about our house is that the front door is right smack dab inside the front living room. I’ve tried several things over the years to kind of separate this area from the main seating area of the living room. I’ve tried creating an entryway using furniture placement, using a feature wall, etc. But I still feel like there are limitations. If my front door were inside an actual separate entryway, my paint color options for the interior of the front door would be much wider. But with the front door in the living room, no matter how I try to separate the area and visually create the feel of an entryway, it’s still right there in the living room. Anyway, I have so few things left to do in the living room before I consider the room finished, and one of them is painting the inside of the front door. It […]

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carpet and rug cleaner review - 1

I mentioned a few weeks back that I was considering purchasing a carpet and upholstery cleaner, and at the time, I had narrowed it down to two. Well, after reading probably 150+ customer reviews and comparing features, I made my decision, and finally went with this one… This was not given to me by the company, and no one asked me to write a review of this product. I went to Lowe’s and purchased my new carpet and upholstery cleaner just like anyone else would have to, and I ended up loving it so much that I wanted to tell y’all about it. While I did buy mine locally at Lowe’s for $279 (because I like immediate gratification), it’s actually $30 cheaper on Amazon. You can click here to find it on Amazon. I don’t have any carpet in my house, and to date, I only have one area rug. But I wanted a cleaner not only for the rug, but also for the upholstery, because it’s just a handy thing to have when you have pets in the house. Our dog Cooper spends lots of time outside when the weather is nice, and since we still don’t have any […]

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how to sew a pillow cover with zipper - 23

I have finally added some of my beautiful floral fabric to the living room. The fabric is by P. Kaufman, and it’s called Paint Palette. It comes in at least three colorways, and this one is called Punch. I had originally intended to upholster the backs of two chairs with this fabric, but as my plans for the living room evolved, and I ended up purchasing two new purple chairs, I had to come up with a new plan for the fabric. So I used it to make two pillows to go in the purple chairs. I made these with zippers on the bottom so that they can be removed and washed. So for those of you who have never sewn a pillow cover with a zipper, I thought I’d show you the process so you can see just how easy it is. Quite honestly, I find sewing zippered pillow covers to be easier than permanent, non-zippered covers. With the covers that are sewn on all four sides to create a permanent cover on the pillow, you either have to sew the fourth side by hand, which takes much longer than sewing a zipper in, or you have to wrangle […]

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fireplace original and current

If you’re new here, and you haven’t taken a close look at our living room fireplace, you may not realize that the fireplace is fake with an electric insert. From the first moment I saw this room before we bought the house, I knew I wanted a fireplace in the room. And I also knew that it didn’t need to be real. I just wanted the pretty architectural detail of a fireplace. So a few months after buying the house, I built a fake fireplace to go in the room. But if you compare how it looked originally to how it looks now, it almost looks like a completely different fireplace…and a completely different room. I had forgotten just how drastically it had changed until I was looking through some old pictures last night, so I thought it would be fun to take a walk down memory lane and remember just how far this fireplace has come. But let’s start with the prettiest view, which is the current view. Here’s how it looks as of this morning. I still need to decide exactly what I want to display on the mantel. That vase is a temporary place holder. So if […]

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hemmed pink living room curtains - 3

I’ve decided that I’m going to go ahead and finish my living room before jumping into the much more extensive hallway and home gym projects. The living room is so close to being finished that it’s ridiculous to keep ignoring it and putting it off. The first thing on my list of finishing touches for the living room was the curtains. You might remember that I broke all of my own rules with these curtains. My rules are (1) always use appropriate home decor fabric (never use apparel fabric for curtains), (2) always use drapery lining, and (3) always sew them properly with blind hems and hidden stitching. Well, when I found this beautiful pink stretchy polyester suiting fabric, all of my rules went out the window and I was determined to make it work. I didn’t line them because sewing lining to a stretchy fabric seemed like a really bad idea to me. And I didn’t use blind stitching because doing that on stretchy fabric was a real nightmare. But when I originally made them, I also didn’t hem them because I was unsure how the stretch of the fabric would affect how the panels hang over time. So […]

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wall mural - preview

Did you see my guest bedroom before and after post? Most people who saw the finished room, and who hadn’t been following along on this project over the last year, assumed that the wall was covered in wallpaper. But that’s actually a hand-drawn design. I’ve done two hand-drawn wall mural designs in this house, and on both of them, I collaborated with my very artistic mom. The hardest part is coming up with the design, so we put our creativity together to come up with ideas and arrangements. But once it’s on paper and can be scanned and printed out onto a transparency, the rest is really very simple and relatively fast (as in, way faster than stenciling, at least for me). And even if you have to buy an overhead projector (mine was about $50 on Ebay), it’ll still cost hundreds of dollars less than wallpaper would cost. So, good news! If you want this design on your wall, my mom and I have done the hard part for you. 😀 All you have to do is print it out on a transparency, get yourself an overhead projector, and then start tracing. And tracing. And tracing some more. This […]

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guest bedroom - finished - bed and window walls

I finally have pictures of the finished guest bedroom! This room was in progress for over a year, which was way too long. But considering that the year was 2020…well, a year-long bedroom remodel seems fitting. Anyway, here’s how it turned out… This is not a huge bedroom, but there were some pretty extensive projects that went into it. Here’s how the room looked when we bought the house in 2013… You can see that it had teal carpet (which was a departure from the green carpet in the rest of the house). It also had a door leading out to the front porch, and a window on the wall opposite the door. We lived with that window unit air conditioner in this room long after we had our HVAC system installed because that window had been painted in that open position and wouldn’t close. So when I finally decided exactly how I wanted to use this room, and came up with the layout I wanted, both the door and the opposing window had to go. I didn’t do that part by myself. I decided a while back that I’ve paid my drywall dues, and I’ll never drywall another room […]

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studio progress as of 10-25-2019 - 1

Remember when I said I was ready to hit the ground running in this new year? Well, evidently what I meant was that I was ready to hit the ground with a slow, leisurely stroll during which I’d stop at every available park bench for a rest. 😀 It would appear that during the last crazy year, I’ve forgotten how to work. 😀 I’ll try harder. I promise. And I do expect that my slow, leisurely stroll will gradually increase to a brisk walk, and possibly even a casual jog at some point. I can make no promises beyond that. 😀 But what I can guarantee you is that as long as I have projects to do in our house, I’ll continue sharing them here. Several times last week, I sat down to do my annual “Master List of Home Goals” for 2021. But after last year, and failing so miserably at making any real progress on my list or on the house, I decided to forgo the long, exhaustive list this year. That doesn’t mean I don’t have goals for the year. I’m just not going to make long, detailed, exhaustive, bulleted lists of every project that needs to […]

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I think it goes without saying that 2020 didn’t work out quite like I had planned. I’m pretty sure most of us could say that. I started out the year with all kinds of projects planned for the year (you can see my 2020 Master List of Home Goals here), and when all was said and done, I only managed to get a tiny fraction of things on that list started, with even fewer of them actually finished. I also added a pretty significant weeks-long project that I hadn’t planned on doing at the beginning of the year — my mom’s kitchen makeover. So really, I got more done that my original list would indicate. But overall, I’d say that 2020 was my least productive year since I started blogging about my DIY projects. That’s okay. It was a strange and hard year, and I’ll cut myself some slack. So here’s a quick review of what I actually did get done this last year. Music Room First, I painted the bookcases and doors in the music room. The bookcases were white and the doors were black… And I both the bookcases and doors in the music room the same dark […]

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Happy New Year, y’all! We made it. 2020 is officially in our rear view mirror, and I couldn’t be happier about that. But that dreadful year couldn’t just go quietly at the end. It took my grandmother — my last remaining grandparent — with it. I’ve mentioned her several times before in previous posts, so those of you who have been around for a while may remember me writing about her. Her grandchildren called her Mernie. She was an amazing woman, a force of nature, and a huge influence on my life. This was her on her 104th birthday. Mernie was born in 1912, and died last Tuesday, December 29, at the age of 108. It’s hard to even imagine everything she saw and experienced over her 108 years, having been born before indoor plumbing was common and outhouses were the norm, and before cars were common, and before most houses had electricity and were still being lighted with kerosene lamps and heated with wood stoves. She had such amazing and funny stories to tell of her childhood, dating my grandfather, and life in general over her 108 years. People often ask me how I got into building and DIY […]

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mountain of cardboard

Good morning, all! I’m still working towards my goal of getting my house all clean and ready to go for the new year, and things are moving along pretty well now. I started off the week still dragging my feet and working pretty slowly and reluctantly just because the task at hand seemed so huge. But yesterday I started to see some major progress, and that got me excited and motivated to work even harder and faster to get it all done. I won’t show you how my house started off, because while I try to be pretty open and transparent, I’m not willing to open myself up to that level of ridicule. 😀 Just suffice it to say that over the last few months, the condition of my house became worse than it has ever been. I’m the only person in this house who has the ability to pick up, clean, and organize. So when I pretty much stopped doing those things, there was no one else to pick up the slack until I got my act together again. So while I won’t show you all of the mess, I’ll give you a glimpse into the kind of craziness […]

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DIY utensil drawer organizer - 12

This week hasn’t been quite as productive as I had hoped, but the good news is that I’m actually starting to feel excited about house-related stuff again! I had my consultation for my tooth (I have to get a dental implant, in case you missed that) on Tuesday. I so appreciate all of your comments sharing your own experiences! I’ve never had this done before, so I was expecting it to be similar to having my wisdom teeth out. But by the time I had my appointment, I had already read many of your comments telling me that this will be much easier than having wisdom teeth out, so I was feeling pretty calm by the time I arrived for my appointment. I go back for the actual procedure on December 22nd, and I’m not feeling the least bit anxious about it anymore. So thank you! Reading about your experiences really helped me know what to expect, and to feel pretty calm about the whole thing. Anyway, Wednesdays are Lunch On The Patio with my mom, brother, and sister. We’ve been doing this every Wednesday for about a year-and-a-half. Everyone brings their own steaks, I grill them, and then we […]

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finished bedding - 2

Okay, y’all. I’m back. I didn’t quite mean to be gone that long, but I just needed to check out for a while. Are any of you feeling like 2020 has been using us as punching bag? That’s kind of how I feel. And then when our precious Peeve (our 17-year-old calico) died, that was the final gut punch to finish me off. Matt didn’t handle it so well, either. And when he has some sort of emotional trauma, it affects him a thousand times more than it does us relatively healthy, able-bodied people. M.S. is a strange thing like that. So when that happens to him, he requires much more of my time and attention. And to cap off this epically strange and horrible year, I learned that I have to have oral surgery to have a dental implant. A tooth with a decades-old root canal and filling gave way and cracked completely in two, so now I have to have it removed and replaced. What a perfect way to cap off this year, huh? But I’ve decided that as much as I’d love to completely check out and drown myself in sleep, food, and Hallmark movies for the […]

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Y’all, I’m absolutely heartbroken. Last Tuesday, Matt and I had to say goodbye to our precious 17-year-old calico, Peeve. She was a little 5-pound cat with a 1000-pound personality, and our home feels so empty without her. Matt and I got her on our one-year wedding anniversary during a weekend trip to the Oregon coat. We hadn’t planned on getting a cat, but as we walked around in that small coastal town, we spotted a pet store and stopped in. I’ve never been a “pet store” kind of person, but when I laid eyes on this tiny little calico cat, she stole my heart and I had to have her. They kept her for us until we were ready to head back home since we couldn’t keep her in the bed and breakfast where we were staying. So on our way out of town, we swung by and picked up our new kitten. And then she proceeded to SCREAM AT THE TOP OF HER LUNGS all the way home — for 90 straight minutes. 😀 Several times during that trip, I looked at Matt with these SCREAMING kitten on my shoulder and asked, “What the heck have we done? What […]

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