I am so excited to announce that I get to introduce you to some of my favorite bloggers over the next year, featuring one each month. They are all supremely talented designers, with so much inspiration so share. Today I’m delighted to introduce you to Sara, from Sincerely, Sara D.
Hello! My name is Sara, and I blog about my DIY home decor adventures at Sincerely, Sara D.
I’m excited to be here on Simply Kierste Design Co! I love Kierste’s sense of design and her gorgeous farmhouse.
This past year has been crazy busy as we remodeled several spaces in our home. The most exciting (and exhausting) recent remodel was our kitchen. My husband and I (with the help of some friends), tore out our old kitchen. Over a nine week span, we rebuilt our kitchen. You can see the entire process here, beginning with week one.
We knocked out half of a wall to open up our kitchen, and I made an inexpensive gallery wall on the other side.
Our family room has seen lots of changes, and you can see what it once looked like here. It looked nothing like it does now!
Due to a major leak in our master bathroom, we had to remodel the space.
The bathroom is now one of my favorite spaces in our home, and I share all the before and after photos here.
I remodeled our laundry room because I wanted to pretty up the space I use a lot, but I also wanted a little trial run with the subway tile before we remodeled the kitchen. Our DIY laundry room makeover made such a difference – I almost enjoy laundry now.
I made over our mudroom with paint and wallpaper, and the coat rack is an easy IKEA hack.
The shoe rack is an antique find, but there are free plans to make your own.
My husband and I have been married almost 17 years, and we’ve always had a room full of leftover pieces. However, we our master had a makeover, and the space finally received the attention it deserves – See the full makeover here.
My growing boys outgrew their room, so we updated their room. This space should now take them from their tween years until they graduate (something I don’t want to think about too much)!
Kierste, thanks so much for having me today. I hope I can inspire your readers!
Go create (or paint) something!