This bathroom was tired and dated. A textured sponge treatment on the walls, dolphin cutouts as a border plus a dark dated oak vanity. The only thing this bath had going for it was the skylight. I love a bath with natural light.
In this space, the only thing that stayed was the tub and vanity.
Earlier this spring, I completed a full kitchen makeover keeping their existing cabinets and appliances. We did install new flooring, replaced the old fluorescent ceiling fixture along with installing new under cabinet lighting, new sink, faucet and water filtration system, new cabinet hardware, new countertops and painting of existing cabinets. Continue reading
Last month, Marsha Sefcik Interiors took on a client who was looking to refresh their main floor bathroom. Continue reading
My latest project was reupholstering a chair for friend of a friend. The chair is a basic rocker with an upholstered back and seat. As you can see from the photo, it was due for a makeover.
Just before Christmas I decided to finally paint our staircase. It’s been one of those things on my mind to do but, just never got around to it. Since I already had the paint on hand, I decided to just go for it. In total, this makeover took about six hours to do. Continue reading
When it comes to Holiday decorating, I like to keep things simple. I love to use wreaths- faux and real throughout my home. They are easy, they add that greenery we all crave this time of year, and you can dress them up or down. Whatever you fancy.
Because I like to keep things simple, I will hang my evergreen wreaths adorned with a simple red ribbon or with nothing at all.
In the past couple of years, I have really taken the stress out of Holiday decorating. I no longer hit the shops in mid October scooping up the latest decor trends for the holidays. I would much rather spend my money elsewhere.
Plus, my motto is I can make it for way less money.
Here are my go to’s when it comes to decking the halls: