Don’t laugh, but I have always wanted a designated coffee station. Silly…maybe. Basic…extremely. But we have one, it’s functional, and I love it. Eventually we’d like to turn this nook into something more permanent with cabinets, a countertop, wine fridge, etc. It’ll be our booze and coffee corner.
2016 was a big year for Not Entirely Ordinary. It was the first full year since the relaunch and it has been an eye-opening year for sure.
As I’ve mentioned before, hubs and I will be cruising to Mexico for Thanksgiving this year.
I really love getting into the different seasons and holidays. While I may get really, incredibly into Christmas (cause who doesn’t), I also love the small touches of fall we spread throughout the house starting mid-September in an attempt to really get into the changing seasons, even if it’s forced because it’s hot as balls outside.
While I’ll admit my home isn’t Martha Stewart style clean, tidy, and organized 24-7, I do try my best. I get a lot of inspiration and ideas from Jen and her IHeart Organizing blog.
I have to admit I have a love/hate relationship with this closet. It’s a custom closet installed by the previous owner. My issue…the doors don’t actually work.
Our office isn’t a very big one. It also serves as our guest room and even my closet (that will be a whole different post)…a multipurpose room of sorts. It’s tiny but incredibly functional. It took some time to configure the room to make our furniture fit but we managed to get it all in there, with a little (read: very little) room to spare.
It’s been two months since we moved in to the new house and we have settled in just nicely. We have a list of things we still want to do with the house, but that’s more of a wish list than a need to do list.
photo via pinterest
We’re all moved into the house now. I spent two uninterrupted days unpacking everything. The hubs was away on a work trip so I took that opportunity to unpack like a fiend. We moved Friday, I was out of boxes Saturday, and by Sunday evening I was kicked back and relaxing. This is the first move I’ve ever done, nor will it be the last, I’m sure.