Mom asked when I was going to get my posting groove back. Of course I am, I'm just lacking inspiration lately. I've been up to my anklebiters in puppy lovin'. And babysitting the puppy. And stopping to kiss the puppy. If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, I'm sure you've seen a lot of him. But I have to listen to all of my friends and all of the people all over the world talk about and overly photograph their kids, so I'm going to do it with mine! And I'm trying to snap tons of pics of him while he's little, since it doesn't last long.
Baby Shamey wishes everyone a Happy Halloween!
Batten down the hatches for Sandy...
Loving his seeeester on the way home from Asheville
We had beautiful weather on vacation!
My adorable hubby on top of Chimney Rock!
Other blips on my radar include putting some finishing touches on my house. We're having a good friend who happens to be a spectacular photographer snap some shots of our spaces we've designed for our portfolio and that includes my abode. I'd love to get a lot more done before the shoot, but there just aren't enough hours in the day.
Put guest bathroom back together post reno
Touch up bathroom paint
Finish painting guest bedroom
styling guest bedroom
Install glass tile backsplash - questionable
I wanted to makeover my kitchen in 2012 and while there's still time, it just hasn't been a priority. I have all the styling elements, it just comes down to finding the time to put in the elbow grease (sanding, priming and painting cabinets). I have long been decided on the dark lower cabinet and light upper cabinet look but I'm starting to rethink that in favor of all white.
These are some of my faves. I'm floating somewhere in between all of the glass mullions and mirrored cabinet doors and the moody contrast.
Hopefully I'll be back with some decor content ASAP :)
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