5 days in September

-- part 2 --

It wouldn't be a trip to the cabin if it didn't include some sort of "project". This was something we had often talked about doing before, but when opportunity (ie: no guests using the second bedroom) combined with inspiration (in the form of a visit to a cool lunch spot near Seattle with a similar decor vibe), we knew it just had to be done!

These photos are not so great... indoors + cloudy weather make for less than ideal photography. Combine that with the fact I was more interested in getting down to painting than documenting the process -- just trust me the "before" photos are not deliberately awful and the "afters" don't really do justice to the transformation, but you get the idea.

-- before --

-- after --

And as that was so successful, we didn't stop there!

-- before --

-- after --

It's rustic, it's cozy, but it also let's the light shine in! Can't wait to get back there again!


  1. Older Sister of Your Man24 September 2015 at 11:42

    I love it!!!! It is so fresh and bright and cool! What a difference. Rearranging the furniture in the bedroom is brilliant too. Great job!

    1. I think it will make a big difference in the winter especially -- it really gives the place a very different feel!

  2. Older Sister of Your Man24 September 2015 at 11:46

    And a new bullet riddled stop sign to round out the decor.


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