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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Mutze 2015

Plush creme bonnet with lace. Thank you Kelsi Ackley Photography for this gorgeous photo.
Oliver in the sage Bavarian Mutze.

The perfect gift.  Freshly Picked and the new born light grey Mutze.

Maroon Berlin with faux fur pom, charcoal grey with creme stripe and tassel(organic yarn),
Dark teal Berlin with mustard pom, red bonnet, orange Berlin with faux fur pom.

Check Marley out on her fashion blog.  Denim and Dots.blogspot.  I adore her in the grey Berlin Mutze with faux fur pom.

Lemon grass Berlin Mutze with faux fur pom.

Graham in the berlin muti colored Berlin Mutze.

Thanks Sandy for letting me post this darling picture of your sweet baby.  Check her out at sandyalamode.com.

Gold Fleck Berlin with pom. 

Wren is so so sweet in the aqua Bavarian Mutze with mustard pom.  Check out more at paperandpleats.etsy.com

Meet Katie.  She has loved Mutze for years.  She comes to every winter market just to by the latest and greatest Mutze.  She is my favorite.  Thanks for all your support. xo

Stella in the red Berlin with faux fur pom.  This is my graphic designers daughter.  Check her out here.designwrightstudio.etsy.

My dear friend Darleen in the red mutze headband.  Isn't she gorgeous.  Check out Darleen's  beautiful  jewelry here.
darleenmeier.com

The family that plays together wears Mutze together.  Thanks Courtney for this adorable picture.

Kaycee's sweet daughter in the Bavarian creme Mutze with pom.  They are living in Germany.  I love this picture.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Home Sweet Home



Home Sweet Home.
My husband and me have lived in Las Vegas for 10 years.  When we were looking for a new home last year we knew we wanted to find an older home and remodel it.  I am originally from Idaho and he is from the Bay Area.    If anybody is from Vegas you know how hard it is to find a custom home because most homes are tract homes and all look alike.  We moved to Henderson about 4 years ago and started looking.  There was really not much out there until we found this home built in 1980.  When I first walked through the home the popcorn ceilings weren't the only thing I was worried about.  But my husband actually loved it and asked if I wanted to fix it up.
 I agreed and the remodel started last August.
 I have to admit it has been so much fun and I have really loved every minute.   We didn't have a lot of money so I started on the down stairs first and the upstairs will have to wait.
Here are some before and after pictures.
More to come later.
Before 
After 
Before 











Taking down this wall and opening the kitchen was very exciting.  The whole house felt more alive.





My girlfriend put Caesar Stone in her kitchen about 7 years ago.  I loved it so much I knew I wanted it in my next house.  We were going to do the Frosty Carrina but I was nervous it was going to be too yellow.  London grey was also an option but it was still not white enough.  So we did the organic white.  My kitchen needed to be really white and bright because it is an alley kitchen in the middle of the house and there is not a lot of natural light.
Everyone asked me why I did Caesar Stone over Granite.  To be honest it was the look.  I liked the marble look but couldn't afford it.  So this was the next best thing for me.  Caesar Stone basically has no maintenance.  You just have to keep them clean.  And you don't have to use a sealer on Caesar Stone.  It was also a great price.  
These steps had to go. 

We took down the banister and added two long steps into the family room
This window was actually the back of the house before the previous owners added a living room addition.  I wanted to knock it out and open the kitchen up but it is a baring wall so it wasn't in the budget.  Instead I kept the wall and added the floating shelves.  I am in love with them.
I am obsessed with my knobs from knobs.com.
They could be my favorite part of the new kitchen.






After
Stools from World Market for under $100 each.

My husband bought this new GE Profile double oven on Craig's list for $700.  We got so lucky.  
Light fixtures from West Elm.
We still need to get a counter depth refrigerator.  

Before
After.









Thursday, January 9, 2014

Isabella Ruth 9 Years old

Vera Simone 7 Years old

Jennie did an amazing job on our family pictures yet again!
Check her out at jenniesladephotography.com





Lyla Ashley 4 Years old