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Wife, Mom of 3 little ones, work at home Mom, from a small town and now living in Oklahoma City.

Closet Turned Nursery

When we purchased this home last summer we knew baby #4 was a possibility. We didn’t want to add on to make room for baby so we decided to turn our master bedroom closet into a nursery. Our master bedroom has a lot of wasted space so we built a new closet in the unused area. It wasn’t until demolition that we realized that the closet ( now nursery) was originally a room which made framing a breeze. We demoed the closet, removed the carpet, framed the door so we can access the room through the hallway, sealed the doorway going into the master bath and painted the ceiling and baseboards. Since this room is kind of small, I wanted to wallpaper the whole room to make the space pop! I wanted this to be budget friendly so I shopped on our local garage sale sites and found this wicker rocking chair and side table. I used fabric from one of my favorite designers, Caitlin Wilson and recovered the cushion and ottoman. The nursery is simple, traditional and perfect for our new addition.

Playhouse Makeover

A silver lining to the current shelter in place situation is the beautiful weather we’ve experienced! I decided to take advantage of the sunshine and give the kids’ playhouse a makeover. The playhouse is called the Victorian Mansion Playhouse, but I purchased mine from a local company in Oklahoma called Patriot Play Sets (they travel outside the State.) The company also assembled the playhouse for a very reasonable price which I HIGHLY recommend!
In my opinion, the house is super cute exactly the way it comes, but since my indoor and outdoor colors are black & white, I decide to give it a paint job to match my  furniture.
I started with a basic cedar primer from Sherwin Williams. It took the whole gallon. After it dried, I chose SW Alabaster as the actual color.
The door and planters are SW Copen Blue (as you can see, it’s green, not blue) and a sample size was plenty.
My dad made the planters and shutters and the kids and I painted them.
This project took me a little longer than expected, but I’m loving the outcome. This has been one of the best investments for the kids and even though the makeover was time consuming, I’m so happy with the final product!

Kids Bathroom

My husband and I bought a home in Oklahoma City and we are currently renovating. The kids bathroom did not have a bathtub so we knew it was necessary to update this room immediately. My kids are 5, 3 and 8 months so having a bathtub in the house was a must! Having two girls and a boy, I new the project needed to be gender neutral. My style is very traditional, but I wanted to add a few fun things to the project since my kids are so young and I wanted everything to be able to transition easily as they grow. For example, I added a built in step stool that is very necessary and practical right now, but later down the road, it can be transitioned to a drawer. We are so happy with this room and I’m so thankful to finally have a bathtub in the house!