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Henry

  • DIY, Kitchen

    How to Build a Farmhouse Wood Range Hood

    When we designed the kitchen in our modern farmhouse, we chose to go with a stainless hood to add a little “modern” to the kitchen. However, after living in the house for a few months, Brooke decided that the kitchen would look better with a stained wood hood. It would add more warmth to the kitchen and tie in with the floating shelves and wood beams. At the time, I was itching for a new project, so I happily obliged.

    January 22, 2019
  • DIY

    How to Build a Sliding Barn Door in 30 Minutes

    If you’ve ever built a house, you know there are always things you wish you would have done differently. In our current house, one is putting a regular door going into our toilet room in the master bath. It was always in the way when open. The solution: take it down, and replace it with a sliding barn door. Not only did it solve the problem, but it added another element of visual interest to the room.

    November 15, 2018
  • Photography

    How to Fix Overexposed Windows

    In another article, I shared some tips on taking better interior photos. One of them was to use a DSLR camera instead of an iPhone, because it gives you the ability to adjust shutter speed and allow more exposure for your shots. However, increasing exposure can cause a problem if there are windows in your shot. Since the window is where all of the light is coming from, they end up being overexposed.

    November 10, 2018
  • DIY

    How to Create a Dark Vertical Shiplap Accent Wall

    A few weeks ago, we wrote an article about our home office makeover. The main feature of the makeover was the dark vertical shiplap wall behind the desk. Since posting that article, we’ve heard from a lot of people wanting to know the details about how I did it. So, in this article, I’m going to show you how.

    October 18, 2018
  • DIY

    How to Build a Porch Swing Bed

    In this article, I’m going to show you how to build a super simple, yet beautiful swing bed for your porch. These are definitely one of my favorite things to build, for a couple of reasons. One, they easily impress people, which makes me look smarter and more talented than I really am. And two, they are extremely awesome for taking naps. Anything that enables more nap time has to be good.

    September 29, 2018

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