Deuce Cities Henhouse

DIY Flower Box with Beverage Cooler

You might remember, last year I installed a patio on top of a concrete parking pad in our backyard? Or maybe you don't, in that case, I'll supply you with this convenient link for you to click on. The patio turned out better than I could have imagined, and I can't wait to start enjoying it again this spring! READ MORE
in DIY, Outdoor

Slow Design & The Stairwell/Hallway/Entry

Hey-O Guys! You won't even believe when I originally started working on this post! It has been nearly 3 months! It's been weighing on me too, I often sit down to work on this post, and I just don't feel right about it so I put it away. The problem with the post was not having to write it, but the actual design process. If you take anything from this, please let it be that slow design is good, and you don't have to always have all the answers (even though having all the answers usually rules)... READ MORE
in Around the House

DIY Light Fixture : Woodsy & Brass Sconce

↑ drag cursor over image ↑ Wazzup team? I wanted to share instructions for these two plug-in sconces that I recently made for our bedroom at the cabin. I wanted to design something that had retro feel to reference the age of the cabin (circa 1968) but I wanted it to be a little sophisticated as well, so I went with the brass finish, wood canopy and the covered twisted cord. I think READ MORE
in The Cabin

2018 Goalzzzzzzz

Hey Team! I just spent the last 10 days flat on my back annihilated by some sort of flu/strep combo. It is no joke people! Jeff has it now too, of course he does, but somehow we spared our children. For them, it's been like lord of the flies (sans Piggy), no one wears clothes, and there is no such thing as bedtime - cinnamon toast crunch for breakfast lunch and dinner. I'm just proud that they READ MORE
in My House, My Life, The Cabin

A Solution for the Corner TV

It's so hard having so many windows and glass sliding doors in this cabin, I mean where am I supposed to put our tv? It's a real problem. No matter how much of an eye sore the tv is, we can't survive without it, and because this is just a cabin we don't have a rec room, or family room, or finished basement to watch tv in. We have to find a spot for it in the main living area. We have this stnnnnnng READ MORE
in How-To, The Cabin