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My Spring Favorites

My Spring Favorites

Did anyone else feel like spring took its sweet time to really take hold this year? We’re just barely out of the woods in terms of those chilly transitional days, but the trees have officially sprouted their new leaves and we’re finally seeing 70-degree days in the forecast. Suffice to say, it has been a particularly hard winter with way too much time spent cooped up inside, so I can’t tell you how excited I am to get out of this house and enjoy some sunshine.

In honor of the new(ish) season, I put together a ‘Favorites’ video that details all of the things I’m loving right now for spring—from beauty products I’ve recently added to my routine and new handmade jewelry, to a couple pieces of clothing I can’t stop reaching for. Scroll on for the linked list and don’t miss the embedded video below, too.

My Spring Favorites

My Spring Favorites

My Spring Favorites

My Spring Favorites

My Spring Favorites

1. Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream

2. Edible Beauty No. 2 Citrus Rhapsody Toner Mist

3. Glo Skin Beauty Moisturizing Tint SPF 30+

4. CoverGirl Professional Loose Powder

5. Glossier Generation G Sheer Matte Lipstick in ‘Like’

6. SEVEN haircare BOND system

7. Old Navy High-Rise Distressed Rockstar Jeans (I couldn’t find a link to the Loft Outlet top, but here’s a similar one from Target!)

8. Sarah Hearts Horseshoe Mirrored Gold Acrylic Earrings

9. Lemons Are a Girl’s Best Friend by Janet Hayward

10. The Secret to Southern Charm by Kristy Woodson Harvey (grab Slightly South of Simple here first, though)

11. Remodelista: The Organized Home by Julie Carlson and Margot Guralnick

12. Chloe Flavor: Saucy, Crispy, Spicy, Vegan by Chloe Coscarelli and Michael Symon

13. Eat a Little Better by Sam Kass

My Spring Favorites

My Spring Favorites

Click here for more info about my ‘Shop Small’ spring challenge, which I mentioned at the end of the video. I know a lot of the pieces I mentioned in the list above are from bigger brands, but I’ve had a blast shopping more local boutiques behind the scenes for things like one-of-a-kind home accents and bits and pieces for my upcoming beach vacation. I haven’t been able to cut out all ‘big brand’ shopping (I never said I was perfect after all), but I have a feeling that the shift will start small and snowball from there as I progress through the year.

My Spring Favorites

My Spring Favorites

Press ‘Play’ on that video below to hear me talk through each item in turn and find out how, exactly, I’ve incorporated everything into my springtime routine. Now I want to know…What have you been loving this spring? Any new lip shades or cookbooks I should be trying? Maybe a natural haircare brand that has helped your locks ditch that dreaded winter dry-out? I’m all ears, so feel free to share in the comments below.

My Spring Favorites

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Weekend Inspiration: No. 10

Weekend Inspiration: No. 10

Remember the cool retro record cabinet we used to have? I was looking through photos to add to this post and thought I’d throw things waaaaaay back to our beloved painted cabinet. If you remember, it was a $25 vintage score from the Habitat Restore in our old hometown that, sadly, never quite fit in our new home. We just ran out of logical room for it, so I had to sell it. The good news, though, is that it found a very happy home with a local gal who seemed to really appreciate the cabinet’s refurbished retro charm.

Do you have a Craigslist piece that you regret selling? This might just be my one…Scroll on for some equally cool retro refurbish projects that I’ve come across on the web, plus a few new pieces that we’re thinking about adding to our collection.

Weekend Inspiration: No. 10

1. I love how Brittany made-over these retro nightstands with poppy yellow paint!

2. This vintage trailer makeover might just win the prize for coolest mid-century renovation ever, though.

3. Here’s another piece of painted secondhand furniture that I wish I hadn’t sold on Craigslist.

4. You can learn how to make a new piece of furniture feel retro with this easy paint tutorial.

5. Whenever I need to brush up on the process of refreshing vintage wood, I always head back to this post via Yellow Brick Home.

6. Have you seen the new Opalhouse collection at Target? The boho textures and earthy color palette are hugely inspiring my One Room Challenge makeover right about now.

7. We’re finishing up the last big pieces of our hall bathroom renovation, and I feel like the room needs just a little more color. This mid-century inspired piece of art could do the trick.

8. I just ordered a handmade pillow from this site and can’t wait to add it to the collection on our bed.

Weekend Inspiration: No. 10

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One Room Challenge: Week 3

One Room Challenge: Week 3

Hello, and welcome to ‘Week 3’ of the One Room Challenge (catch up here if you missed my project introduction, and here for the design plan). I can’t believe we’re already halfway through the 6-week timeline for this project, but I’m excited to say that we are somehow right on track. Today, I wanted to share the exciting mid-way point: the room’s fresh coat of new paint.

One Room Challenge: Week 3

One Room Challenge: Week 3

As I explained in this post (and probably countless other times—sorry to be a broken record), we absolutely loved the original paint on the walls, but the bluish green color was a total mystery to us since the previous homeowners didn’t leave any extra paint behind and no information about the name either.

I had peppered the walls with dozens of holes from pieces of art that I had hung and then changed my mind about, but there was really no way for me to seamlessly patch and repaint those holes without having any color information on the existing minty green paint. Enough was finally enough, and this season’s ORC event offered the perfect excuse to try something new. Well, I say “new” but I’m pretty sure you can guess what paint color I decided on…Yup! White!

One Room Challenge: Week 3

One Room Challenge: Week 3

One Room Challenge: Week 3

First, I patched and sanded all of the holes I had put in the wall since we moved in back in 2015 (I wasn’t exaggerating when I said there were dozens, as you can see from the tiny dots of white all over the walls in these progress photos), and then I gave three out of the four walls a couple coats of “High Reflective White” paint from Sherwin Williams—the same color we’ve painted every room in our house, other than the bathrooms.

As for the fourth wall? That got its very own extra special paint treatment, which I’m hoping to be able to share next week if all goes well. In the end, this room will receive a total of four different paints: the white you see here in today’s post, an almost-black color, and two shades of rich chocolatey brown. Curious to see how those colors could possibly work together in a chic way? Check back for an update next week.

One Room Challenge: Week 3

One Room Challenge: Week 3

One Room Challenge: Week 3

So far, though, we’re loving how the fresh white paint color helps this typically dim room feel extra bright, even in the afternoons when the sun is on the complete opposite side of the house. The white paint will also help put more emphasis on the new color palette I’m going to establish with the accessories. I’ll tell the full story about our plan for those colorful decorative accents in next week’s update, but you can get a general idea ahead of time here.

Feel free to leave your own ideas and opinions about our progress in the comments below, and then hop over to the One Room Challenge event website hosted by Linda, of Calling It Home, for even more design inspiration!

One Room Challenge: Week 3

One Room Challenge: Week 1

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Get In On Our DIY Tribe Newsletter

Get In On Our DIY Tribe Newsletter

We’re quickly approaching the 1-year anniversary of the very first Dream Green DIY newsletter, so I thought it would be fun to rewind back in time and relive the full list of topics the newsletter has covered every other week since last summer. As you may have heard, this past March marked the seventh anniversary of Dream Green DIY’s launch, and an email newsletter had been on my dream to-do list almost since that day in March of 2011.

To say that I was nervous (and excited, and impatient, etc.) before clicking ‘send’ on that first newsletter would be an understatement. I remember sending countless test emails to my sister for copy-editing and opinions on layout and design. Happily, she was just as hopeful as I was that you guys would love it, and eight months later, the subscriber list is growing at a surprising pace as more and more of you join what I love to call our ‘DIY Tribe.’

Scroll on for a list of all the topics and exclusive announcements I’ve sent out so far (including our go-to chocolate chip cookie recipe pictured in today’s post), and I also just wanted to say how much I appreciate each and every ‘Like,’ comment, and subscribe we get over here at DGD. You guys make my day every day!

Get In On Our DIY Tribe Newsletter

Past Issues of the DGD Newsletter:

1. An introduction of what’s to come in the Dream Green DIY Newsletter

2. A bittersweet business announcement about my role at Glitter Guide

3. Polling subscribers about topics for the DGD YouTube channel

4. My fall reading list (plus resource links that help support those impacted by Hurricane Harvey and Irma)

5. 20 DIY money-saving strategies

6. A free printable meal-planning worksheet

7. A pre-holidays home hack to try

8. Behind the scenes peek at a DIY photoshoot

9. Embarrassing teenage pictures of John and me!

10. 10 5-minute Christmas decorating ideas to steal

11. Last-minute Amazon gift ideas

12. Printable New Year’s Resolution worksheet

13. A list of my favorite small business gift box brands

14. 6 simple DIY Valentine’s Day gift ideas

15. A pre-announcement of my expert interview in the new Financial Diet book

16. Our go-to chocolate chip cookie recipe

17. Printable St. Patrick’s Day Charades clue cards

18. 7 shelf styling tips to try

19. 10 DIY bridal shower gift ideas

Get In On Our DIY Tribe Newsletter

As for what’s to come later this year? Here’s a small sampling of the topics I’ve currently got scheduled: our family recipe for banana bread, a printable summer to-do list, my favorite essential oil blends for the home, our go-to boozy peppermint chocolate milk recipe for winter, and so much more—not to mention exciting announcements and behind the scenes sneak peeks that only newsletter subscribers get to hear.

If you’d like to join our newsletter ‘Tribe,’ feel free to sign up here. I hope it goes without saying, but you can opt out at any time and (aside from exclusive coupon codes available from a few of my favorite online small business shop owners) the newsletter is free of sponsorships and ads in case that’s not your jam. Thanks, as always for following along—however you choose to—and I’m excited to make the second half of 2018 an extra creative and empowering one!

One quick little housekeeping note: Tomorrow is my birthday, so I’m taking the day off. John and I are spending the afternoon at one of my favorite wineries to celebrate, and I’m sure I’ll be sharing a peek into the festivities on social media, so be sure to follow along there. See you guys back here on Wednesday!

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Weekend Inspiration: No. 9

Weekend Inspiration: No. 9

Happy Friday the 13th! Fingers crossed that each of you enjoys a good day despite the ominous occasion. This week started out on the rough side for me (including the near-loss of my wedding band and diamond engagement ring in a bucket full of sloppy clay at the pottery studio—don’t worry, we found them), but I’ve got high hopes that the 70-degree weekend weather will help turn things around.

I almost feel like my rotten luck earlier this week was punishment for skipping a spring break trip this year (like the one we took last year to the Outer Banks). Oh, well. I’m headed out on a family beach trip in just a handful of weeks, so I’ve got my eye on the ultimate prize at this point. Here are a few links that caught my eye this past week in case you’re looking for a little distraction today.

Weekend Inspiration: No. 9

1. Speaking of our warm weather vacation in May, I treated myself to a mini shopping spree at Target yesterday morning. I bought this ruffled top, a short sleeve shirt, a lace-up bathing suit, and a sheer floral print top, too.

2. Now that I’ve stocked up on spring and summer tops, I might actually put my winter and fall things away. I’ve never done this routine before (I usually just leave everything out year-round), but I think it’s time to get really organized. I’ve got my eye on these containers to help keep things systematic.

3. More organization hacks can be found here, including one you might recognize!

4. Did you hear the crazy news about Style Me Pretty? I think all of us here in the digital content space are reeling. What does this mean for the future of online publications? Who’s to say…

5. You’ll never believe what was used to make this cool round wall hanging. Adding it to my crafting to-do list right now!

6. I need an excuse to go stay in this mid-century vacation home, pronto.

7. I love this roundup of pretty plug-in options via Almost Makes Perfect.

8. Shannon’s One Room Challenge ‘Week 2’ update has me swooning. I love the ’70s direction she’s going in! Did you catch the reveal of our own One Room Challenge design plan? See it here.

Weekend Inspiration: No. 9

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One Room Challenge: Week 2

One Room Challenge: Week 2

It’s ‘Week 2’ of the One Room Challenge (catch up here if you missed last week’s introduction), and today I’m diving into my design inspiration. It has taken tons of trial and error to land on this design, but instead of boring you with all of my indecision over specific framed art and pillows I figured I’d just fast-forward to where I am today: completely and utterly head over heels in love with the direction our master bedroom is headed.

When I first started brainstorming concepts for our bedroom makeover, I thought that I wanted to go super minimalist and neutral. Turns out, though, that I’m just not cut out for that look. I appreciate it so much, but no matter how hard I try to keep things pulled back and un-cluttered, I just can’t seem to keep the surfaces in our home completely clear of “things.”

Instead, I instinctively fill our home with handmade décor and thrifted pieces we’ve picked up while traveling or exploring downtown. I’ve definitely gotten better about keeping a calmer color palette in mind, which, I think, helps our home look a little more refined, but I’m finally ready to admit to the fact that I’m just not a pure minimalist. (I know you guys are probably thinking to yourselves, “Well, duh!” Isn’t it funny how we just have to come to the right answer in our own time?)

After that realization, it was pretty easy for me to start gathering ideas for a calm space filled with our favorite keepsakes and lots of greenery, too. I already mentioned it in a roundabout way last week, but without really meaning to, I found myself gravitating toward a globally inspired color scheme of rusty orange, oatmeal, evergreen, and black. The mood board above is a pretty good illustration of the room that’s currently living in my head, just waiting to be brought to life over the course of the next few weeks.

One Room Challenge: Week 2

One Room Challenge: Week 2

I know a lot of folks were a little confused when I shared one photo of our seemingly finished bedroom last week amongst a bunch of ‘Before’ shots, and I don’t blame you. Yes, absolutely the room was fine in its mid-progress state. It had coordinated bedding, a pretty wall color, nice lighting—everything I could ever want in a bedroom retreat.

But here’s the thing, guys: it didn’t feel like “ours.” The wall color was there when we moved in, and, while I absolutely loved the look, it still felt a little bit like we had just filled someone else’s room with our stuff. I literally felt guilty about putting new holes in the walls for art—like I needed to ask our (nonexistent) landlord for permission beforehand or something. It was the only space we hadn’t painted since we moved in two years ago, and I guess I’m learning that I don’t feel like I’ve officially moved in until I repaint a room. So, this spring is finally the time that I’m going to take this room into my own hands and make it feel like it’s totally ours.

Scroll on for a bit more inspiration that I’m keeping close at hand as I gather goodies for our bedroom transformation, and feel free to leave your own ideas, suggestions, and thoughts in the comments below. Do you feel the urge to repaint right away when you move into a new-to-you home? I’m surprised it has taken me this long to finally pick up a paint brush, but I’m excited to see just how big of an impact that fresh coat of paint will have. Check back here next Thursday for a paint update, and be sure to hop over to the One Room Challenge event website hosted by Linda, of Calling It Home, for even more design inspiration!

One Room Challenge: Week 2

One Room Challenge: Week 1

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12 Decorative Floral Accents To Consider

12 Decorative Floral Accents To Consider

So, it turns out that sophisticated floral home accents are actually kind of hard to come by! A lot of what I found while sourcing pieces for today’s post were either a little juvenile, over-the-top colorful, or, frankly, just a little cheesy for my taste. I had my heart set on finding floral designs that felt timeless and classic in honor of spring. The list below includes all of the stand-out pieces I managed to find, including fabric options, art, vintage tabletop accessories, and even a wallpaper pattern to love.

1. Hannah Gray Area Rug

2. Floral Throw Pillow

3. Inshore Armchair

4. Botanical Sketch 3

5. Botanical Duvet Cover Set

6. Vintage Cast Iron Emig Geometric Candlesticks

7. Derick Floral Print Throw Pillow

8. Wallshoppe Boho Floral Print Removable Wallpaper

9. Hydrangeas for Paula

10. Grangeville Swoop Wingback Chair

11. Vintage Large Mid Century Floral Cheese Platter

12. Looped Floral Pillow Cover

Which piece is your favorite from the list? I love, love, love that looped floral pillow cover, but the hydrangea art print is also calling my name. Leave your votes in the comments below, and if you’ve got another resource for pretty flowered home accents, please let us know so we can keep the hunt going.

12 Decorative Floral Accents To Consider

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Weekend Inspiration: No. 8

Weekend Inspiration: No. 8

I hate to start a post on a negative note, but I have to tell ya…This week has been utterly exhausting as I race to meet a few big deadlines for projects that all take time to plan and pull off. I’m trying not to complain because you guys know this is my dream job and I wouldn’t have it any other way, but sometimes the pressure does get to me.

The good news? I’ve been stressing about these projects for weeks but, so far, everything is actually working out as I had envisioned, and I can’t wait to share the tutorials with you so you can pull off the projects yourselves. Another good thing is that these projects wouldn’t be nearly as stressful if I didn’t have to document the steps on camera, so rest assured that, if you try them at home, you won’t need to factor in quite as much panic as I did! At any rate, my plans this weekend are to rest hard, but here are some fun links I came across this week if you’re looking for more active inspiration.

Weekend Inspiration: No. 8

1. Have you pre-ordered Rachel’s book yet? It looks amazing!

2. These DIY wooden hoop earrings are next on my crafting to-do list.

3. One of the projects from my week involved a lot of paint, so I was able to tune into my two favorite podcasts—Young House Love Has A Podcast and Fresh Air—while I worked. Give those a listen if you need to pass your time more productively!

4. Speaking of paint, if you have to roll a ton (like I did), do yourself a favor and use paint tray liners. I’m actually new to this concept and it saved me so much time in cleanup.

5. I managed to make a batch of my favorite homemade lavender syrup for lemonade this week to celebrate the 60-degree days we’ve been enjoying.

6. This is such an interesting take on the concept of home goods shopping (and why it’s good to take a break from it every now and then).

7. Here’s a piece of art that I can’t stop coming back to.

8. I loved Jacquelyn’s five easy steps to refresh a home for spring!

Weekend Inspiration: No. 8

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One Room Challenge: Week 1

One Room Challenge: Week 1

Well, the secret is finally out…I’m playing along as a guest participant in this season’s One Room Challenge™ hosted by Linda, of Calling It Home. While I’ve always enjoyed this digital design event from afar, this will be my first time actually participating, and I can already tell that it’s going to be a ton of fun. Also a ton of pressure, but I love working on a deadline, so I’m not too overwhelmed (yet).

If you’ve never heard of the One Room Challenge, it’s a web-wide event where 20 featured designers document the progress of a room makeover on their websites throughout the course of six weeks. Each Wednesday, the designers post updates about their design plans and progress, and week six is set aside for the final big reveal.

Thursdays, though, are set aside for guest participants (i.e. moi) who follow the same 6-week schedule, just a day later. Anyone with a blog can join as a guest participant, with the incentive that two guests will be chosen to be part of the coveted “Featured Designers” in the next ORC event. There are two—one in the spring, and one in the fall.

One Room Challenge: Week 1

One Room Challenge: Week 1

The big motivating factor for me, personally? Just having the excuse to finally tackle a room makeover that I’ve been dreaming about for years: our master bedroom! No, we’re not knocking down walls or adding any architectural details. Instead, it’s all about maximizing the space we already have, and putting our money toward budget-friendly accents that can give this room a much-needed facelift.

I think this direction could be helpful to those of you who are in similar situations—you can’t quite afford a full renovation, but want to transform a space with nothing but paint, a few new decorative details, and a whole lot of creative experimentation. That’s exactly what I’m putting to work in our own makeover, anyway, so I hope the concept perks up your curiosity. It’s all about to unfold over the course of the next six weeks, starting today with a whole bunch of embarrassing “Before” photos.

One Room Challenge: Week 1

One Room Challenge: Week 1

One Room Challenge: Week 1

In case you’re hopping over from the One Room Challenge™ linkup and have no idea who we are, my name is Carrie, and I live in Virginia in a mid-century brick A-frame ranch with my husband, John, and our four pets. We moved to town on a complete whim back in October of 2015, and have been working hard to renovate our retro home a little bit at a time as budget allows. You can see what the house looked like when we moved in here, and catch up on all the things we’ve done since then in our fully updated home tour here.

One Room Challenge: Week 1

Essentially, our master bedroom hasn’t changed since we moved in. If you were to take out all of the new furniture, art, and décor that we’ve added since 2015, it would look exactly like you see it in these before pictures—aside from the fan, which we did replace. We actually love the original sage green walls, but, unfortunately, the previous owners didn’t leave any leftover paint or color information behind, so there’s no way to patch and repaint the dozens of holes I’ve put in the walls for art, and the state of the existing paint is pretty faded and dingy in person anyway.

We’ve managed to make it work for a while as we focus on other renovations in our home (here’s looking at you, hall bathroom), but now is the perfect time to give this room some much-needed love. I’ll be back next week to share our plans for the space, but let’s just say that paint is going to be the star. In the end, this room will sport four different shades of paint, and I can’t wait to show you how it’s all going to unfold.

One Room Challenge: Week 1

Until then, here are the top two inspiration images that are driving the direction of our master bedroom makeover. We’ll be mixing the layered neutrals of the image above (via Amber Interior Design) with the rich, warm tones of the retro-leaning space you see below (via Midcentury Home). Can you picture it? Check back here next Thursday for the full reveal of our design direction and plans, and don’t forget to pop over to the One Room Challenge™ website for the full list of featured designers and guest participants.

One Room Challenge: Week 1

One Room Challenge: Week 1

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Weekend Inspiration: No. 7

DIY Pressed Flowers Art Print

Happy Friday! I just wanted to take a quick moment to thank all of you for your amazing feedback in this year’s reader survey. The information that you guys shared is going to be such a big help for me as I plan new stories for 2018 (and beyond). I learned that you guys love craft tutorials and room makeovers, you maybe don’t need to see as much fashion content or printables, and that you’re more likely to try a DIY out for yourself if it’s specifically for your home. I also learned that Instagram is where it’s at for the majority of Dream Green DIY readers, so I’ll be sure to pour even more love and time into that platform in the coming months.

I plan to answer some of the questions you guys sent back to me through the survey in a separate post, but if you’d also like to see more detailed stats and results from the survey, leave me a comment saying so below. In the meantime, I finally get to announce the winner of the $25 Amazon gift card giveaway: Felicity Brigham! Congratulations, Felicity—please shoot me a message to claim your prize! Now for those weekend links.

Weekend Inspiration: No. 7

1. These woodblock paper prints are seriously inspiring the room makeover I’m planning behind the scenes right now.

2. Honey chipotle chicken sounds like the perfect way to celebrate spring.

3. I know I don’t need any more ceramic cups in my life, but I’m finding these monogram mugs hard to resist.

4. This list of go-to motivational workout songs might just get me to the gym!

5. A minimal living room tour that proves less is definitely more. #swoon

6. This DIY leather handle serving tray can be remade in your own craft studio in 10 minutes or less!

7. Speaking of leather, did you catch my DIY leather handled vase for Hunker?

8. I’m currently obsessed with this YouTube channel. Who are you subscribed to?

DIY Pressed Flowers Art Print

*Get the tutorial for the DIY Pressed Flower Art Print featured in today’s post by clicking here.
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