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It was fun, so I did it twice.

It was fun, so I did it twice.

Remember when I did that “working with what you have” series a while back? I thought it might be fun to revisit it and noticed that several readers had requested advice for working with a small bedroom. Some of my very favorite rooms are small in size but are decorated “big.” Instead of going along …

Working With: A Small Master Bedroom

Remember when I did that “working with what you have” series a while back? I thought it might be fun to revisit it and noticed that several readers had requested advice for working with a small bedroom. Some of my very favorite rooms are small in size but are decorated “big.” Instead of going along …

On the blog today I'm sharing the 5 favorite posts and 5 flop posts of 2016 according to how many views the posts got. One of the faves were my summer home tour from @thewhitebuffalostylingco's #bloggerstylinhometours. This space is entirely different now! Wow. But I really did love it. I've linked the post in my bio just in case you want to check out those flops . week! ☟☟☟☟☟☟☟☟ Tag your boho/eclectic dining spaces with #showmeyourboho and I'll feature them all week!

On the blog today I'm sharing the 5 favorite posts and 5 flop posts of 2016 according to how many views the posts got. One of the faves were my summer home tour from @thewhitebuffalostylingco's #bloggerstylinhometours. This space is entirely different now! Wow. But I really did love it. I've linked the post in my bio just in case you want to check out those flops . week! ☟☟☟☟☟☟☟☟ Tag your boho/eclectic dining spaces with #showmeyourboho and I'll feature them all week!

I want to try these out

I want to try these out

There are many places in CO to visit and enjoy the scenery and historical landmarks. My sister and bro-in-law took us to this town called Deckers, not far from Denver. I wish the pictures on this site did it any justice...you should see the huge boulders with rivers running through them. BEAUTIFUL!

There are many places in CO to visit and enjoy the scenery and historical landmarks. My sister and bro-in-law took us to this town called Deckers, not far from Denver. I wish the pictures on this site did it any justice...you should see the huge boulders with rivers running through them. BEAUTIFUL!

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