My husband and I have been married for 4 years today (together for 10) and when we got engaged- the wedding planning started….and so did our shock over how expensive things were. I knew right away that I didn’t want to spend tons and I also knew that I wanted to do most of these fun little things to make our wedding special. So, here we go…..
Posts Tagged ‘nature inspired design’
A few months ago, I was on the search for a chaise lounge for our pool area. I wanted something built solid, had wheels to easily move around, and wasn’t overly expensive. Luckily I found this beauty (yes I said beauty) on Craigslist for $25.00!! For this project I used; Sandpaper, fine & coarse grit […]
So about a year or so ago, I had done a few trade shows booths and had met the ever so talented Chef Marie, from Hands on Sweets (make sure you go and check her out in Tampa). It was obvious we would work together, because….she is such a nice person AND she just so happens […]
Spring and summer are around the corner (or its never left for us Floridians) and what better way to get ready, then to think of the outdoors. I’m going to show you how I turned my black, rusty iron outdoor table into a beautiful blue hangout, all for under $60.00!!
Hey everyone! As some of you know, we recently moved and with that comes some design challenges and changes. Over the next few months, I’m going to take you all with me as we embark on this design journey. You’ll see my true passion for decorating with inspirations from nature, antiques, DIY, and much more. […]
We recently joined Working Women of Tampa bay, as a way to reach out to fellow business owners and other professionals in our community. We were lucky enough to have our own booth space at the Think Pink event, which was a shopping event and it was so much fun! We worked really hard on […]
I was recently asked to re-do the storefront design at Painting with a Twist. They are in an awesome location, with a lot of foot traffic. The owner Leslie asked me to figure out a way to get more people walking by to come into the store. Window displays are my favorite things to work […]