When Maggie, one of my readers contacted me last week regarding her living room before & after in a 1950's ranch I just knew I had to share with y'all.
I'm a big fan of showcasing how smart design can be achieved on a budget.
Let's have a look at this precious family and their Texas home.
Here are some more tidbits about the makeover:
- The wall color is Olympic “Toasted Almond” in flat and the color on the trim, built-ins, and fireplace is Olympic “Ultra White” in semi-gloss.
- The decorations are from a variety of discounted home stores including TJ Max, HomeGoods, Tuesday Morning, Target, and even Walmart. We also found a lot of great things at resale and antique shops.
- The curtains are actually painter’s drop-clothes from Lowe’s. We knew we wanted something light and airy, but also knew we didn’t want to spend a fortune since we needed 8 curtain panels. They fit perfect in the room, and the $9.99 price tag wasn’t too shabby either.
Please go visit Maggie's blog here to see much more of her home tour and read all about life with her husband and precious little boy.
Also, did I tell y'all I'm working with a client on my first e-design?