Hi everyone! Welcome to our WETBAR Reveal!! It’s the first part of our home that is actually pretty complete, and it’s seriously my favorite tile design in the house. Anyways, I thought this post would be a great way to get the hosting and entertaining section of my blog more up to speed. I can’t wait to start sharing my key tips to having guests, food and drink recipes, hosting cheat sheets and more with you guys. Keep reading for a major new section of WW+W I’m introducing!
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If you’ve been following along you have probably noticed that a) I haven’t blogged in quite a while and b) it’s because we are full force into finishing our home renovation. Now that we are on the other side and have a chance to step back and look at the process, I thought baring all about the expectation vs. reality of a home renovation would be a good way to get real.
I always say this, but I think it’s so crazy how your mind will forget what a space was like before a renovation. I keep saying I can’t even remember the house a month ago, let alone our bathroom in our current apartment that we renovated about two years ago now. We gave it a complete makeover, complete with DIY industrial shelves. It really was a drastic change and I can’t seem to envision the original. But, it’s fine because from what I remember, I don’t want to remember.
I’m back with more of our Apartment, and yes the title says it all. It really is a DIY bedroom with the window headboard and a window seat for the bed’s legs. This clever use of small space allowed us to grab more, much needed space.
Alright so we’ve found our couch, two accent chairs (should I share?!) and well, that’s about it. It’s very stressful trying to pick out furniture without being done, being in the space, and if you’re a crazy indecisive (me). As I search and search for our next big decision, the media console, I honestly think it’s easier to give other people advice than to design for myself.
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