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Deuce Cities Henhouse

Cabin Bathrooms – A Plan

Hello my friends! I didn't mean for my absence to be so long, but the summer just got away from me! Things have finally started to settle down and we are having some chill time. Chill time for me usually comes with some sort of project, because I like projects and they make me feel good. I call it chill time because I can have a glass of champ while I do it and I don't have to drive kids anywhere. We're spending the next few weeks off and on at the cabin. This is our first time actually having an extended stay here, and I'm really excited to experience what it's like to wake up everyday with a lake out our front door. That being said, there are lots of little projects that need to be done at the cabin... READ MORE
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in Bathroom, Decor, DIY, The Cabin

Comfort Works Soderhamn Slipcovers Review

I began looking for replacement slipcovers around the new year. I did lots of research, and after ordering some samples, I decided that Comfort Works as the brand that had what I needed. A huge reason I choose Comofort Works instead of other slip cover manufacturers is because of the durability of the fabric used. In doing my research I found this youtube vid, and I was so impressed by how the fabric repels liquids. As soon as I got my fabric samples I started dumping coffee and cocktails all over them to see how they held up. I was so incredibly stoked to see how well they did. I was actually using the samples as a party trick, impressing well imbibed cabin guests with “magic”, showing them how well the samples repelled stains... READ MORE
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in Furniture, Sponsored, The Cabin

My May Garden

Friendthrens. I tell ya, the only downside to having a cabin is not being able to give respect due to the gardens. They are thriving this year, but they are in desp need of some cleaning up. I have to actually schedule time in my calendar to hang out with them. I wouldn't change a thing, but I do miss toiling over them, and I hope I still get a chance to this summer... READ MORE
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An Easy To Build Outdoor Coffee Table

Hello! I’ve recovered from my One Room Challenge, and have started onto a new back yard project! I’m so happy to have a little time to spend digging in the dirt and getting the backyard ready for spring! The top priority on my to-do list was to get our backyard patio whipped into shape for the summer season! I had two major assignments, the first was to get the patio really clean. This is our second season with this new patio, and it was looking pretty dingy after sitting under a stack of snow for the last six months. The second, was to build an outdoor coffee table. READ MORE
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in Around the House, DIY, How-To, Outdoor

The Final Reveal : ORC Week 6

Hey Guys! We made it! Today I'm sharing my final reveal of my One Room Challenge! This has been quite the journey. I went into the ORC thinking that it would be good motivation for a spring project but I had no idea how intense of a challenge it would be - this is serious work ma' friends! In case you're new here, I spent the last 5 or so weeks in my guest bedroom, restoring old windows, stripping poorly painted doors, building a custom bed with an Ikea hack, building a very cool sculptural brass wall trellis, adding DIY lighting, and installing custom shelves... READ MORE
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in Around the House, DIY