Interior design and styling are my passions, and we completely renovated and transformed our 1979 ranch style home in Beeville from 2010-2016 with a ton of sweat equity. Along the way, I’ve been fortunate to work with brands and companies such as Better Homes and Gardens, The Home Depot, Sauder, Sherwin-Williams, Big Lots, HomeGoods and more.
Some client projects involved full blown DIY tutorials along with step-by-step photos, and others were smaller decor/lifestyle projects. Here are some of the client projects I am most proud of.
To view more images and the full blog post for each project, click on the “View post here.” link below the photo(s). The projects below are a small sample of over 100 paid client projects I have done.
Better Homes and Gardens
Objective: Every other month, I blog about the Better Homes and Gardens products available exclusively at Walmart store and Walmart.com. I’m particularly passionate about these projects because they involve using affordable and gorgeous products that anyone can afford.
Here’s some of my best work for Better Homes and Gardens.
Modern Farmhouse Bedroom Refresh: View post here.
Rustic Glam Fall Tablescape: View post here.
$100 Backyard Makeover: View post here.
5 Ways to Cozy Up a Space: View post here.
Gold & Glam Holiday Tablescape: View post here.
Objective: This was one of my biggest home DIY projects ever for a client. I had to redo our mantel/fireplace, which involved tiling and building a wood/MDF fireplace surround from scratch. The results were amazing!
Sherwin-Williams: National Paint Week 2016
Objective: Promote National Paint Week in May by doing a DIY project. I made over my boring wood hollow core doors by using paint and lattice trim.
Objective: Highlight Sauder’s furniture offering for use in bedrooms. I featured the products in my master bedroom and guest bedroom.
Objective: Utilize their school supplies products to update my home office.
Objective: Showcase Big Lots outdoor offerings to drive consumers to consider the retailer when purchasing outdoor decor and furniture.
Objective: To create a DIY tutorial showing how to makeover a closet for under $100 to increase storage space and function.
Objective: Use the new Rubbermaid custom closet kits available at Lowes to add form and function to a small closet in our home.
Objective: Use a Glade scent as inspiration to get organized and create a DIY tutorial for readers. I chose to revamp a drink carrier into an art station.
Objective: Highlight products from their Supernatural Collection to makeover a small space such as a foyer.
Objective: Drive consumers to Minted.com to check out the various artwork and home decor offerings.