heels on, chin up!

Have you ever felt really run down and crappy but put on your favorite pair of heels and felt ready to crush it? That’s exactly how I feel about this dresser makeover. Today’s makeover was a custom renovation on a piece a client already owned and who knew EXACTLY what she wanted — right down to keeping the original hardware and adding these pretty turned legs. They add height and personality!  Continue reading “heels on, chin up!”

Back in Action

Hey Friends! Guess whose back in action? Your girl LV! Baby Jack is a little over 2 months old and I’ve been lucky enough to steal a few hours here and there to work on some pieces while my mom hoards… holds him. Blame it on the mom brain, but I don’t have a before … Continue reading Back in Action

a dresser for baby Jackson

Hey guys, remember me?! I’m back from my self-imposed baby break for a quick check-in. I don’t think I’ve mentioned it here on the blog yet but I have some great news: Jeff and I are expecting our first child, a baby boy, in early May! We have been trying for a baby for what feels like a very long time so when I took that positive pregnancy test back in September it was a surreal moment. The last 7 months have been full of such wonder and joy, cresendos felt so strongly in contrast to some crippling morning sickness in the first trimester (ugh, I still gag thinking about it.)  Continue reading “a dresser for baby Jackson”

4 lake drive exterior reveal

hey friends!! long time no chat! things have been so crazy around here lately and I haven’t really had a chance to do any fun furniture projects. I do have a before and after to share with you though… another house update! Things have been pretty quiet on the home renovation front since the big kitchen makeover and the guest room makeover, but today I’m so pumped to share the transformation of our front yard. This has been almost 2 years in the making and I’m really excited with how many changes we’ve able to make on a shoestring budget. Continue reading “4 lake drive exterior reveal”