With the holidays on the horizon, finishing the multipurpose room in the basement has been at the top of our priority list. It will be a great space for our family – and another spot I get to decorate. That means I’ve also been pulling together all my inspiration and ideas for a multipurpose room. […]
Yes. We are STILL working on the basement and the DIY shiplap walls. (We started the basement project back in June.)
This is real life DIY. And real life DIY comes with pregnancy and bed rest (me) and 5 broken ribs (Ryan). That means that finishing the basement has taken about 3 months longer than we anticipated.
But, I think it will be worth the wait.
When it comes to designing a nursery, I think it can be both pretty AND practical.
And nowhere needs more practicality than the changing table. In our home, the changing table is an extra hardworking space – all day and night. It’s truly a storage piece that packs a punch. (See Lucille’s whole nursery.)
And while our changing table functions well, it also looks great.
Are you one of those people who’s already whizzed past Halloween and Thanksgiving to think about Christmas?
Then, this post isn’t for you.
Because, at the Woodwards, we just realized it’s the week of Halloween. Nobody has costumes. No one has consumed any candy corn or Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups..
Behold – our fun and sweet candy corn mantel.
Introducing our newest DIY. She’s really the sweetest.
Miss Lucille Rose arrived a little early, but she’s perfect and we are settling in at home quite nicely. (Spending lots of time in that pretty nursery.)
We are all pretty excited and in love.
In my mind, nothing is more quintessentially fall than pumpkins and mums.
So that’s exactly where I started when I put together our autumn porch. And with just a few fall decor touches from Lowe’s, our front feels perfectly suited to the changing of the seasons – and perfectly suited to welcome guests. It’s packed full of fall porch inspiration.