A few weeks ago I replaced my countertop drain tray with this hanging one from Ikea. I made the mat underneath to catch any drips that escape. It also works well for letting the utensils dry. It is made from an old curtain and inside is some absorbant wool felt.
Here is my 4 yr old’s bed. I made the pillowcase for her (she loves pink) but I cannot take credit for the beautiful quilt. My Mom made that. She is a talented quilter and makes them for everyone in the family. I think I have about 6 of them in my house! I love quilts, but honestly don’t have the patience to make them. I leave it to my Mom.
I keep this fabric basket on top of the old vitrolla. It holds mints for whomever walks in/out my door. I featured this on my blog before HERE with a link to the tutorial to make it.
I of course need to have a high chair cover in my house! My youngest is now two so she has graduated into a booster seat. This cover was specially made to fit the Fisher Price Space Saver chair without the back. She loves being comfy in her seat and I love that I can throw it in the washer after a messy meal!
My bathroom! This is my basement bathroom and it has finally started to feel a bit more “homey” since I’ve added some decoration. Decorating has been slow since the remodel. The tissue box cover, towels and wall hanging are all made by me. The wall decoration is one of those peel and stick deals. I love it! I still want to pull a bit more of that burn orange in, I’ve been looking for a print but haven’t found one yet. I have one other thing that I hope to be adding in here but it’s a secret – look for it in an upcoming Scrappy Saturday project!
And that’s it … I love the feeling that handmade decor adds to a home, but I try to keep a nice balance where it isn’t overwhelming. I hope you enjoyed a peek into my home.