Nick and Wendy Guehne of Kansas City-based Guehne-Made are turning heads once again! The gorgeous kitchen was the main focus here, but the talented duo completely transformed this entire home, gutting and redoing the main areas as well as refinishing all the hardwoods and painting every inch of home. What used to be a bedroom
Fantastic mudroom boasts tongue and groove paneled walls used as a backdrop to open and closed mudroom lockers, one for each family member, atop a built-in mudroom bench with drawers for extra storage.
It’s hard to believe that we are already here, our final reveal of a modern farmhouse entryway. I think that is something I love so much about the One Room Challenge…it takes the whole renovation process and turns it into one big whirlwind fast, quick and then the next thing you know it’s over. With that being said we
My daughter started middle school this year and really want to have locker wallpaper. The magnetic wallpaper is neat (since tape isnt allowed) but it is way too small to cover any part of her locker. So I came up with the idea of creating wallpaper out of scrapbook paper and hanging it with magnets!
On second thought, you probably should have stuck with the cubby. Lockers are like the bedrooms your parents never see, so it's only a matter of weeks before that ham sandwich you forgot about grows a tentacle.