Bathroom Remodel - the process

Hi friends and happy Wednesday! Today (although I've been working on this blog post for 8 days already!!!!) I chose to talk about Bathroom Remodels, since judging by my Pinterest analytics (see chart below), bathrooms are obviously a very popular topic that people are interested in and want to know more about. With 319,957 monthly impressions on my Bathroom Pinterest board, this assumption is obvious. For some Bathroom inspiration, and to view my Bathroom Pinterest board click here, and to view all my Pinterest boards (and there are a lot of them!) and follow me on Pinterest (please please do!), click here. My boards are filled with tons of awesome information and inspiration so it's definit

Aboriginal Art - one of my most favorite styles of art

Having lived in Australia for 9 years, and being the owner one of these gorgeous pieces myself, I have a huge love for Aboriginal Art. Not only is it beautiful to look at, each piece is unique, one of a kind, special in it's own way, and a really great investment. Investing in this art has been a financially rewarding activity for the well informed astute collector for many years. Although Australian Aboriginals Artists used ochres as body paint and on bark and rocks for tens of thousands of years, it was not until the 1930’s that the first actual paintings were created. These were not done in ochre or in dot art, but in water color at the Hermannsburg mission near Alice Springs in the North

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