I managed to get my hands on some piccy’s from Your Home & Garden’s March 2015 Magazine, including the picture above.
Featuring our humble abode.
And it’s making me a bit nostalgic given that I have changed a few things around in that time (because that’s just typical me and that’s just how I roll) but I am proud of what we achieved on a small budget.
So without further ado, here are a few pictures of our budget-friendly-TradeMe-loving-home from Your Home & Garden’s March 2015 magazine. With commentary.
HERE WE GO…
Still in the entrance. Upcycled deer antlers and a large basket for keeping shoes out of sight.
Looking toward the laundry. A collection of things. TPOH stands for ‘The Pursuit of Happiness’ of course.
In the laundry. A $60 church pew, lights from Etsy and wallpaper from Ebay means wear sunglasses!
Still in the laundry. A leftover kitchen cabinet separates the washing machine from my sewing area.
Looking into the Dining Room/Kitchen. Check out my yellow foot warmers. Yes I am all class.
Still in the dining room. A place for the computer and a bike to hold the ‘good’ wine. Just don’t drink and ride!
Yep still the dining room. Note those lights are now pink. The bunnies however are still frozen in that position.
The kitchen. A yellow fridge for $70, secondhand appliances and cabinetry (but new to us). Bon appetit!
The pitfalls of secondhand cabinetry meant an imperfect fit. Solution: an IKEA floating shelf fixed horizontally. A mix of old and new cooking books. Colour co-ordinated um yeah.
The dining room into the lounge. A photo wall created with pics from Instagram and dip-dyed Tolix stools.
The lounge. Hello place to hide TV-related stuff. These cabinets were formally bedside cabinets.
The lounge or the imaginarium. A painted hand-me-down bookshelf filled with curious things.
And there it is (was). I’m still working on version 2.0. But for now if you’d like to take a look at the write-up on our place from this feature, you can here.
I am a massive Your Home & Garden fan (if you didn’t already guess) and every month I relish the opportunity to sit down with a hot cuppa and flick through the pages.
If you haven’t already, I recommend you check out YHG’s FB page and flick them a like or better yet grab a copy of their latest mag and be prepared to get all creative and DIY-ey because that’s how it makes me feel!