One of the highest viewed posts of this year was the Ikea Tarva dresser that we gave a makeover. Its current resting place is in the nursery, but I am still thinking about stealing it for our master bedroom!!
|IKEA TARVA DRESSER HACK|
Our entryway dresser got a makeover in the organizing fashion earlier this year and it was one of the best things I did for our entry. Creating a designated drop zone in our entry has been a big improvement for us in maintaing our paper piles! Also, organizing the drawers has kept the sunglasses and keys all corralled in one spot...no more last minute searching.
|ENTRYWAY DROP ZONE|
We tackled three closets this year: coat closet, nursery closet, and the closet are older girls share. We learned so much from each closet and can't wait to tackle our master closet.
|NURSERY CLOSET BUILT-INS|
|SHARED CLOSET BUILT-INS|
In addition to giving the girls' closet a big over-haul, we have been in the process of changing their room into a more big girl room and bringing in their personalities. First up, I painted a mirror the color of purple (per my sweetie pie's request) and made them a jewelry organizer.
|DIY JEWELRY ORGANIZER|
We also gave them a little space to have their tea parties when I painted a kid's table from Ikea.
|IKEA LATT KID TABLE|
|DIY DESSERT TRAY|
There are a few more things I have in store for the girls' room that I can't wait to share with you in the next year! Before the arrival of our third baby girl, I shared with you all her completed nursery.
|DIY DROP DOWN TABLE|
|DIY OUTDOOR PATIO TABLE|
I am so very thankful to be able to share this journey with you all and can't wait to see what the next year has in store for each of us. Thank you so much for each of your likes and comments, whether on the blog, Facebook, or Instagram - it truly brings a smile to my face and warms my heart!!
Wishing you all the very best and I will be back in 2015 to share with you all our journey.
With much love,