Happy 2020! I was able to do some work on the Idaho cabin over the holidays. Paint, paint, paint seem to be the biggest game changer. From painting vintage finds, to saying good bye to excessive wood paneling, color is definitely fun and refreshing for the New Year. Here are a few progress snap shots….Progress Pictures from the Cabin Makeover
Just in time for Christmas….
The little Idaho cabin renovation is in full gear.Inspiration for the Idaho Cabin
I’ve started a little fun makeover of an Idaho cabin from the 1800’s. It belongs to my fiance and his family along with a few other rustic cabins. It’s incredibly charming and quaint but needs better space planning and several layers of coziness and color. The rooms are dark and need to be brightened asVintage Hunting for an Idaho Cabin
Four days to Christmas. We’re off to Sun Valley today and I’m inspired by a rustic modern mountain ski chalet look in a white winter wonderland. Reclaimed wood walls, antlers, faux fur, leather and winter white. That works…always. Image via Elle Decor. Interiors Ken Fulk. Yellowstone Club designed by Ken Fulk. To instantly turn yourGet the Look! Rustic Winter Wonderland