Sorry for being late with tonight's post but I was all wrapped up in one of the last episodes of Breaking Bad. Have you been watching too? Seriously obsessed.
Real life was far less exciting but we did get the lights up in the guest bath and I changed out the hardware from the rubbed oil bronze that was there, which I still like, to a polished nickel that better fits my vision for this space.
I went with the Martha Stewart line from Home Depot and I love it and would definitely recommend her products if you are in the market for cabinet knobs and pulls.They are a heavy weight metal and came with two sets of screws in different lengths which really came in handy for me since the drawers on the base cabinet were a different thickness than the drawers of the old original cabinets that are built into the wall.
We went with the Bedford Canopy Cup Drawer Pulls and coordinating knobs. I really like the soft silver color and the shiny finish.
I think they go well with the lighting we chose.
I also got the door candy changed out on the front door.
So I even though the inside of the house is a disaster, from the curbside view it looks like we have it together here.
Tomorrow they are supposed to start the demo in our master bedroom and bath so we spent the weekend clearing out bathroom cabinets and bedroom closets. It felt great to purge but now I am clueless as to where anything might be.
But enough about me. Look at what you have been up to.
I was truly inspired by this post from
She showcased her new transitional dining room lighting and it is gorgeous and so on trend but actually I'm enamoured with the entire room. I usually think of red as being a color more frequently seen in traditional leaning dining rooms but her take on this vibrant hue is a knock out, a true modern classic with a definitely sophisticated edge.
I was also mad for this motivating idea and
She shared her
Exercise and Food Tracker Chart
to help document daily exercise time and food intake.
Simple and to the point.
are a glammed up version of the white fall decor that works so much better in many of our homes than the more tried and true oranges, golds and browns.
And here is a great door candy idea. This one, from
started out as an old frame. She embellished hers with winter greens but this is something that could easily be changed out with the seasons.
What made it so unique, I thought, was the way that if you or your guests missed one another, you could still leave a message or greeting.