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I've included paint colors, source lists, and linked the tutorials to help answer any questions you have!
Door Color:  Dutch Boy's "Frosty Glade" darkened with a few more drops of pigment.

Source List:  Mirror - Ballard Designs, Blue Pillows - Etsy, Zig Zag Pillow + Bench - T.J. Maxx


Wall Color - Benjamin Moore's "Vapor Trails"
Chalkboard- Painted Garage Sale Mirror, Clocks-Thrift Store, Crate - painted garage sale find, Pillows - Marshall's, Table - painted thrift store find.



 Wall Color - Benjamin Moore's "Vapor Trails"
Window Chalkboard: Free Roadside Find, see tutorial hereWindow Grate Photo Display: Free from my parents' garage


 For tips on improving your outdated fireplace, click here.


For a tutorial on my framed fabric artwork, click here.  For tips for mixing and matching throw pillows, click here.

Polka dot pillows - Etsy, Zig Zag Pillows - Etsy, Floral Pillows - Made with fabric from JoAnn.


Chalkboard table + chairs: painted garage sale finds, see tutorial here.
Vintage prints: garage sale

Orange clock: thrift store 

Vintage Play kitchen: PB Kids



Wall Color:  Benjamin Moore's "Vapor Trails"
Source List:  Stools - Overstock.com, Light Fixtures - Menards


Milk Glass Collection - Goodwill + Garage Sales, Kitchen Sign Tutorial, click here


 Wall Color - Benjamin Moore's "Vapor Trails"
Curtains:  Crate & Barrel
For my pallet + plate tutorial, click here.

Wall Color- Benjamin Moore's "Vapor Trails"



Wall Color - Benjamin Moore's "Vapor Trails"
Source List- White Chairs - painted garage sale finds,  Hutch - Crate & Barrel, White Dishes - Crate & Barrel, Mirror - painted Goodwill find, Window - found on the side of the road!






 
Source List:  Mirror - Home Depot, Headboard - Broyhill's "Audrina" Frame, Bench - painted Goodwill find, Euro Shams - Pottery Barn, Bedding - T.J. Maxx, Monogram Lumbar Pillow - Etsy

Source List:  Gold Lamp - Marshall's, Bird - garage sale

Rocking Chair - Painted Garage Sale Find, Frilled Pillow - Home Goods



 
To see my tutorial on prepping woodwork and cabinets for paint, click here.
My beloved free roadside window to towel rack!  See full tutorial here.






 

  For more information on how to create some of these nursery accessories yourself, click here!




Source List:  Shelving+Owls - Pottery Barn, Baskets - Target


See before pictures here.


To see my old window to chalkboard calendar, click here.

Wall Color: Dutch Boy's "Mild Mint"
Source List:  Hooks - T.J. Maxx, Wire Wrack/Baskets - Marshall's







29 comments:

  1. I love your blog, everything is so nice. Awesome nursery.

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  2. You have a gorgeous home I really like all the finishing touches you've added like vases and lamps that's what makes it homely :)

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  3. Very Pretty! I especially like your daughters room- sweet and simple. Thanks for the tour!

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  4. We just moved into a smaller home that has a lot of out dated space, we have 2 kids and toys....I am curious what others do to keep their homes clutter free- I have a goal this year to make my space useable, neat and tidy.... I love your laundry room, that is one of my first projects.

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    1. Thanks! I plan on some future posts on organizing clutter (specifically those space-consuming toys)! I have plans to turn one of Miss L's closets into an organized space with shelves, hooks, and labeled tubs to organize her toys. I am also currently looking for a nice-looking, large basket to keep some of her toys in the living room contained. I have included a link to one of my posts about organizing her toys, it includes free printable labels! Stay tuned!

      http://www.housebyhoff.blogspot.com/2012/12/my-first-attempt-at-printables-snc.html

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  5. What paint color did you use in the kitchen? I love how you "modernized" the cabinets w/o painting them. Gorgeous. I can't wait to see your island painted!

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    1. Thank you! :) The paint color of the entire front of the house (including kitchen) is Benjamin Moore's "Vapor Trails".

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  6. Came across your blog on Thrifty Decor Chick. Looks like you and I are doing basically the same things. We recently moved into a 1996 split level! Good luck, love what I see!

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  7. Your home is gorgeous! So pretty & well put together. Love the soft colors you've chosen throughout. Love your mantle (& the pink elephant!) & you have quite an eye for vignettes/table top decor!

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  8. Your home is so pretty, bright, and organized! I love it all...especially that laundry room! Awesome ideas and inspiration April!!! XO, Aimee

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  9. Thank you for sharing!!! I don't see too much of a living room, so I especially look forward to updates :)

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  10. What a beautiful home! Can you tell me the name of your grayish paint color in the kitchen and family room? I love it! Thanks!

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    1. Thanks Michelle! Benjamin Moore's "Vapor Trails". I am very happy with it! :)

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  11. I love your cute house! Did you paint the door that color or buy it like that. I just moved to a SMALL town in northern indiana from Cleveland. It was a big change:)

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    1. Thanks Riley! The front door color is Dutch Boy's "Frost Glade", but I had them darken it with a few more drops of pigment.

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  12. Great work making your house a warm and inviting home. It is beautiful and you have a great eye! Where did you find your horizontal striped drapes? I have been looking for these exact drapes for my dining room! Thanks!

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    1. Thanks, Melissa! I got them at Crate & Barrel. I should probably just write that under the pictures...I get asked that question a lot! :)

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  13. Hi there! I just took your house tour and have been looking around your blog and I just love it. Your projects and style is great and I love your attitude.

    Following your blog now.

    Have a great day!
    Angela @ Number Fifty-Three

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  14. Very cute home! You have a real talent for creating beautiful little vignettes and a great eye for photographing them as well. Thanks for sharing your beautiful space:)
    Krista @thehappyhousie

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    1. I am following you now on bloglovin', google+ and facebook. Thanks for your kind comments at The Happy Housie:) See you again soon,
      Krista

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  15. I just took your home tour. Wow! You have done a fantastic job. Everything is neat and organized and your colors blend so well together. I love it!

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    1. Thanks, Jennifer! It's been a process...and we're still working on it! :)

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  16. I am loving everything about your home! We just got into our new home, lots of 90's updates they need to go. I am just curious how long it has taken to get it decorated? Any plans to re-do the kitchen cabinets? Everything you have done looks great!!

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  17. I love how you mixed the brown couch w gray and yellow! Pretty! What color paint is in your master bath? It's so soothing!

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    1. Thanks! The bathroom wall color is "Honesty" by Dutch Boy. :)

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  18. Our styles remind me somewhat of each other's. Nice blog and cute home! Keep up the good work! :-)

    www.coastalbreezecottage.com

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  19. I love your home. The colors go so well together and the personal touches are nice. I'm in love with the little kids table and chairs!

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  20. Just came across your blog through Pinterest. So cute love all your décor!

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