Home Tour

Hello and welcome!

We moved into our new home in August of 2017, and here are the rooms that have been completed and shared so far.

The first room I completed was our downstairs guest bath:

Bathroom makeover with wainscoting

See more of that space HERE.

I also shared a peek at my office when I revealed the feature wall I added in there:

Feature Wall using AirStone from confessionsofaserialdiyer.com

See more of my office and read about my feature wall HERE.

For Christmas I shared our Dining Room:

Christmas dining room from confessionsofaserialdiyer.com

See the rest of this space HERE.

I shared it again in late Spring:

Pitcher updated with glossy white spray paint from confessionsofaserialdiyer.com
See more HERE

I shared our living room all decked out for Christmas:

Christmas in the Living Room from confessionsofaserialdiyer.com

See the rest of the room HERE.

I shared it again in the Spring:

Spring Living Room from confessionsofaserialdiyer.com

See more of it HERE.

I redid our boys’ bath:
Nautical-inspired boy's bathroom from confessionsofaserialdiyer.com

Visit that makeover HERE.

And the most recent room in our home to be completed is our kitchen:

White painted kitchen from confessionsofaserialdiyer.com

Check out all the details in our new kitchen HERE.

And finally, our outdoor space got a new look as well!

We redid our front landscaping:

Front Landscape planning and makeover from confessionsofaserialdiyer.com

See the whole reveal HERE.

You can see our Hot Mess Tour from when we first moved in HERE!

You can still visit our previous home at the links below!

Here’s the last time I shared the inside of our previous  home. I was sharing how I love to decorate using thrifty finds:

Scouring thrift stores, yard sales, and estate sales (oh and don't forget the side of the road!) to decorate on a BUDGET!

Decorating with Thrifty Finds

I also gave you a detailed look at our old kitchen:

5 Ways to add Farmhouse Charm to the Kitchen from Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer

5 Ways to Add Farmhouse Charm to the Kitchen

My Christmas 2015 Home Tour:
Christmas Home Tour 2015 with Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer

2015 Christmas Home Tour

My Summer Home Tour from 2015 (pre- Sectional Slipcover):

Summer Home Tour/Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer

Summer Home Tour

You might also like to see our old outdoor spaces!

Front Yard Makeover Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer

Front Yard Garden Tour

Our backyard transformation was pretty incredible!

Back Yard Makeover Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer

Back Yard Makeover

Hope you enjoyed a peek inside our homes and outdoor spaces!

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  1. Love your website! Bookmarked you and will definitely look at the others you have listed.
    I DIY out of necessity to save $$ and am always looking for new and creative ideas that look chic!
    Great job!

  2. Love your DIY projects and your home is absolutely lovely! Even enjoyed your Christmas home tour in the middle of summer 😉 I think my favorite is your kitchen redo! A lovely!! Found you through your link ups at our link party, Motivational Monday 🙂 Look forward to following you!

  3. Hi!
    Love your backyard! How did you select the plantings for the yard?
    Did you copy a neighboring yard, or did you use a particular gardening book or web site?
    Trying to layout and select the planting seems like the most difficult part for me.
    Any help woul be appreciated, thanks!
    Deb

  4. Gloria Yasitis says:

    Love your work. I would like to paint 2 wood/glass curio cabinets to display the porcelain dolls I’ve made. Want to do them in silver like your nightstand. when you painted the wood did you use a foam brush or bristle brush? What primer did you use? Scared, but anxious, to start this project. Thanks for your help

    • Hi Gloria, thank you! I used a Purdy bristle brush and spray primed my piece with Rustoleum’s spray primer. I also sanded lightly with 220 grit sandpaper before priming, just enough to dull the surface. Good luck! 🙂

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  6. Jaminoel says:

    Oh my goodness! Christy your home decor makes me gasp! So beautiful! You are talented and I admire your skill and creativity ! I can’t wait to see all you create and I plan to be fully inspired by your projects!

  7. Elizabeth says:

    Hi Christy,

    I recently stumbled upon your site. I just bought a dining room table and chairs and am attempting to redo the entire set (painting, staining, and reupholstering). I was wondering if you had a good tutorial on staining table tops or wood in general. I have never stained wood before and am in need.

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