Day 12: A little help from Pinterest… and you.

I think some days I feel like I am Joanna Gaines stuck in LJ Bell’s body.

I see my husband tearing UP our duplex.

We closed on this place barely a week ago.

I tell cody the things I want and he hasn’t stopped since.

These pictures were take BEFORE the dumpster guy decided to drop off the dumpster.

Cody got himself a little excited and went crazy. seriously crazy.

But I love him for it.

He is already done busting up the pink and baby blue tile out of the bathroom.

We still have to rip up linoleum out of the bathroom on side B.


out of the kitchen on side A.

It is a process that seems to be going by quickly as my husband is determined to knock out as much of this as he possibly can.

We are both crazy and a little EXTRA excited to get to have a place of our own again.

The process is fun.

The paint samples (all 13 samples I got. yes. 13.)

The tile picking.

The light fixtures.

The counter tops.

The cabinets.

How to live in a small space efficiently and effectively.

How to make that small space feel bigger and homey.

Pinterest is a dearest friend these days.

Bathroom Ideas: Remember, I am looking at paint + tile… not size! HA!

Bead Board idea

Color + Tile Options

Victoria Elizabeth Barnes

This one by Summer Adams is on tip top of my list!

I have a million ideas for living space.

Hoping for light, airy walls.

and plants. loads of plants.

Go follow A Rosy Note on Instagram for this sweet space.

I imagine a space with a lot of knit blankets and cups of coffee.

I think that last girl speaks my love language with all those fully pillows and natural light, she’s just begging for a cup of coffee a really long day of sitting.

yes please.

I have a million thoughts, ideas, loveeeessss.

What do you think?

Do you have any inspiration you can share with me? I would love to hear from you!

Stay tuned as we update this space 🙂

2 thoughts on “Day 12: A little help from Pinterest… and you.

  1. We are doing the same with our (pink and grey) bathroom tile. We started with the chisel knocking down tiny pieces of tile, moved to an electric saw, but it’s still not quick enough! Do you have any tips for taking the tile out? We have two bathrooms to tackle this summer!
    Best of luck!

    1. Hey Kindall! Sorry its taken so long to get back to you! Girl, we just SLOWLYYYY chiseled it out and then shoveled it into trash cans and hauled it out. We used a wet vac to get the remaining dust out of there. A MESS and HARD process. But girl, if you find a better solution, let me know!

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