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Hi! I'm sure you noticed that we took some time off from posts on See That There. I was focusing on work, my amazingly fast growing baby (who is now 3.5!) and a few life changes. Maria has been busy taking care of her adorable new baby, Zoe and of course making updates to her amazing home (we'll post pictures of both, baby and home soon!).
But, we have also been working on a few new projects that we are so excited about!
First, we just opened up an Etsy shop with a few of our paintings and art pieces. What's different about our shop is that the goal is to make fresh, modern art affordable for all to own. These are all hand crafted pieces that have been scanned at a high resolution, enhanced in Photoshop or Illustrator and optimized to be printed as 8"x10" art pieces. The best part is they are all only $10 for the art file!
We've rearranged our master bedroom, and I wanted to share the changes! We decided to move the bed under the window and opted for a more modern, platform bed with extra storage. This new arrangement gives us a ton of space on the left side of the room and makes it easier to move around in the bedroom.
I saw this project by Emma Dime, and decided that, even though I've never made my own stamp, this was definitely something I could handle! All you need is a stamp carving tool and a carving block. These types of projects are great because one stamp can provide a lot of versatility. You can create art in any size, on almost an surface, and since it's a simple pattern, you can create several unique options.
I used standard water based acrylic paint and painted it on to the stamp. The key to using paint on a stamp is to make sure it's as even as possible. You don't want any globs of paint anywhere or else it will make a mess. The better way to use stamps is obviously a stamp pad, but I didn't have one large enough on hand.
This what I came up with! It's only 9x12 but I imagine it can create a lot more impact at a huge size!
We've been meaning to paint the front door for a really long time, and we finally got around to it yesterday! We haven't painted the outside yet, but we will eventually. Light grey walls gave us the freedom to choose any color. This color is Martha Stewart Hummingbird Blue.
Hi everyone! Just wanted to share the latest update to our kitchen. This will probably be the last update we'll make for while. The next big project we plan on is replacing the cabinets, but we have to save up for a while to get that done.
We finally swapped out those yellow lights that made everything yellow. We decided on these lights from Shades of Light. They're from the Young House Love collection and we love them. They are super bright, simple, and modern, which is exactly what we were looking for.
I realized that I've never shared a wide shot of the kitchen, so I'm sharing one now! What do you guys think?
When we first moved into our house the closet in the office didn't have any doors. I decided to leave it that way, because I liked the angles of the closet. I thought it gave the room some interest. But, I soon realized that I really needed a closet of some sort. The office was becoming way too cluttered because I had no where to hide my mess. I really didn't want to add traditional closet doors, because that would mean making the office a square again, so I decided to add Ikea panel curtains instead. I don't particularly like the flowy look of curtains but I didn't want doors, so the panel curtains were a good compromise.
I figure I'll have them halfway open most of the time. I like the way they look best when they cover the shelves and leave the corner with the bright pink clock exposed. (see above photo)