weekend (and a home update!)

It truly was a great weekend. I'm not sure where it went, but I'd like to do it again, that's for sure. We got a lot done in the house—a few lingering projects that have been on the list. Another little update is the mirror in our powder bath downstairs. 

This is how it used to look.

...and after we replaced the standard mirror with this one from Ballard Designs. This mirror is rarely in stock, so I'd jump on it while the gettin's good.

Saturday was spent working on my office walls. That's the last (and only) room we haven't touched with a paint brush since moving in. That reveal will come soon! That took up most of the day, but we still decided to head downtown for SEWE, meet up with some friends for a drink, grab a casual dinner at our favorite mexican spot, and then have dessert and a movie at home. We aren't much into the stereotypical Valentine's festivities, so our casual day was perfect. 

On Sunday, we went to church where we got married and followed up with the gospel brunch at Halls Chophouse. If you haven't already, check out this video on my instagram!

I got the crab cake egg benedict and it was goooood.

Here's what I wore. It's hard to see, but the skirt I'm wearing is on major sale (it's like $20 right now!).

Afterwards, we walked down to the SEWE festivities (again), got too cold, then turned around and went home.

Baby tigers!

Random side note, but isn't this pillow amazing?


  1. I have that same mirror over my vanity. It is such a great mirror! and so jealous you have an office wish we had space for an office in our house!

  2. My takeaway here is that I need to go to Zia Taqueria - I still haven't found a favorite Mexican spot here!


  3. The mirror makes the bathroom so complete! I love it! And your weekend sounds perfect - my valentine's day was pretty casual too, which is how i like it!

  4. Love your new mirror! It makes a huge difference and really completes the bathroom :)

  5. Your bathroom looks fabulous and your weekend also looks fabulous!! Xo, Stephanie


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