Pinterest Projects

I seriously spend more time on Pinterest admiring, drooling and even getting inspired to re-create projects! But have I recreated any of them? Does making a copy-cat Olive Garden inspired salad count? Then no. I have not yet dipped my toes in the overwhelming world of Pinteresting. A girl can always dream and if I keep this up, that’s all I’m going to be doing. I looked up capsule wardrobe and found a few pins that were my style and was able to immediately curate outfits for work for a whole week! It’s working out great until now! I admire Audrey Hepburn. I love her timeless sense of style. As a minimalist, it’s effortlessly working and I have no problems keeping Audrey’s chic attire look. I can’t forget about my tomb boy days, which is always mixed in with my chic attire. 

Currently, I am looking into decorating my son’s room as minimalist as possible. I am still going through his toys and constantly making piles on which toy is going to make the cut to the donation pile. Not many were selected and the ones that were, I tell them how lucky and privileged they are. Talking to inanimate objects often soothes me. I get no lip from them. I want my son to have toys that he will appreciate and since he has less than 20 toys, he plays with them all! When it comes time to purchase him a toy, he will need to make the same executive decision to take one out and donate it to someone that will put it to good use. 

Another thing I am currently pinterested in is living room ideas. This makes me feel bad for the interior decorators out there trying to make a living. I wonder if they just go on Pinterest to gather up more ideas. Anyway, I digress. I saw some great sectional living room ideas since we purchased a sectional. I am also excited to put my camera into good use. I purchased a few picture frames at Target for $4 marked down from $12. Nothing excessive. Here is a list of my projects that I would like to accomplish before the year ends: 

Refurbish buffet table- This was my grandmother in law’s buffet table whom I never had the honor to meet. In many ways, I feel like I’ve known her through my mother in law and my husband. I’d like to keep the original white color by cleaning it up a bit and replacing the missing knobs to ones that are similar. This is an easy task! Just need to find the time. 

Paint night stands- Our master bedroom night stands has no sentimental background. I purchased it from an antique store, so I am certain there’s history behind it. Since it’s solid wood and requires little to no effort but to sand it down a bit. I am hoping to paint and spray paint the knobs or replace them. Again, finding the time to do this. 

Turn our $20 coffee table into an ottoman- again, this one has no sentimental value. I just recently purchased this larger-t