I am so excited to (finally) finish this faux fireplace tutorial for yall. This project is simple, and it’s not fancy. I love it because it is a basic, cheap DIY that you can easily take and mold to your own style. I keep our home decorated fairly clean and simple. I like a lot of straight lines, which ends up meaning that things are often easy to build. Things are also often easy to build because I am NOT a master DIY-er or handywoman (and neither is my husband). I am going to share with you how we did it. Disclaimer: I am sure there are more “official” or “proper” ways of doing it. But that brings me back to my previous statement. I am not a master. This way worked great for us! This is for anyone else out there who wants to DIY, but needs to keep it easy!
It’s Monday. Word on the street is that Mondays aren’t the best day of the week… but I know you’ve had a strong cup of coffee and I have faith that your day will be awesome. For sure. In hopes of adding a little extra inspiration to your Monday morning, I thought I’d share some of my favorite farmhouse style decor buys for the coziest master bedroom! We’re talking bedding, pillows, and throw blankets. Which is actually really exciting to me, and hopefully you too!
This is probably my most commonly asked question on my Instagram (@everydaykacie). “Did you make that headboard or buy it?” And the answer? I made it! And it’s probably the easiest DIY project I’ve ever done. Ever. I’m not lying. Here are step-by-step instructions on creating your very own wooden headboard in under one hour for under one hundred dollars! Can’t beat that.
If you haven’t guessed already, I’m Kacie! I’m a mama to a sweet seven-year-old boy and the cuddliest two-year-old lab. My husband and I have been married 7 years, together for 9 years. He’s my best friend and my adventure buddy. My family and I recently moved to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho where we built our new home. Which I am (clearly and obviously) having so much fun decorating. My mama is my inspiration and the best decorator I know. I’d say my decor style is modern-minimalist-farmhouse. If that’s even a thing. If it’s not, it is now!