This post is as much for myself as for anybody else (so I remember when it comes time to do touch-ups)! 😉
Double trouble at the paint store
For interior colors, back in 2016, Blaine gave me an eDesign Colour Consultation for my birthday. It’s some of the best money we’ve spent on the project. It gives peace of mind that our colors work well with our lighting, flooring, furniture, countertops, and other permanent surfaces. Continue reading
Yesterday, I spent the afternoon at my grandma’s house learning to make her mom’s Devils Food Cake with Chocolate Fudge Icing. We made it in a 9×13″ pan, but it also makes a nice round layered cake too (either three 8″ rounds, or two 9″ rounds). It’s so good! Here’s how we made it: Continue reading
I just returned home last night from a brief trip to the Antiques and Garden Show Nashville. This was my first time attending the show. I went with my friend, Kate, and we had a great time!
When deciding what type of flooring to install in our bathrooms, Blaine and I looked for options that would relate to the age of the house and look better over time going forward.
After much consideration and research (good sources here and here), we chose the following mosaic tile patterns Continue reading
When deciding which manufacturer to use for our kitchen and mudroom cabinetry, we looked at many options. Ultimately, we decided on Fehrenbacher Cabinets, Inc. due the high quality product they make and their ability to customize.
Divinity candy is a meringue-based, fluffy, chewy, smooth, swirled nougat-like confection that originated in the early 1900s (along with the invention of corn syrup). It is so delicious, and until now, I hadn’t had much luck making it.
Grandma’s go-to recipe since she was 18 years old
The ingredients are simple. And actually so are the instructions. But there are two key steps that if not done right, the candy will be a failure.