From Ugly to Beautiful: The Porch gets a new look & A Giveaway!

{Giveaway is Closed}

It has sure been a lot of fun fixing up that old covered porch at my parents’ house.  It’s actually a little sunroom with windows and at 8 feet wide by 16 feet long a little bit of a challenge to get furniture arranged in there. But, I think I managed to make it completely livable and comfortable to be in, as well as pretty and functional too. We had to keep the function of this porch, that was a must.

Strategic storage pieces were definitely the answer. Storage can be pretty and I found some good versatile pieces. I spent every bit of my allowed budget and we are so happy with the outcome. I’ll be spending a lot of time on this porch now, you can believe that! :)

Let’s refresh our memories with the poor old Before pic. Tired, cluttered and not very inspiring.

The After is everything I dreamed it would be. A wonderful spot to relax and enjoy the sunshine and an occasional breeze. I got all the furniture and storage pieces at Home Depot, except for that creamy white cabinet on the left. Once I saw this vinyl wicker set with the green cushions, I knew these were it! My color scheme was born and off I went. And when I sat in that motion chair (rocker, glider, swivel chair), I had to have it. There was only room for the loveseat, motion chair, and ottoman, and it makes a complete sitting area.

My parents were real troopers and pitched in to help get this porch in shape. My dad put together every bit of this furniture and that really helped out a lot.

They are both really happy with the outcome too and I can see that we all will be enjoying this space now. It will definitely be my new computer spot. This set is by Martha Stewart at Home Depot and is Charlottetown.

My sweet friend, Sharon, in Birmingham gave me the antlers.  Her hubby is a hunter and had plenty to spare.  I love them out here.

Another of my very favorite $5 yardsale finds, this original watercolor is just perfect out here too and gives the porch a vintage feel.

At the other end of the porch, I concentrated on getting all the shoes in a huge storage bin and it will be perfect for keeping this space organized. This is an accurate look at the new wall color, Colony Green by Dutch Boy, the same color I used in my old office nook. It worked perfectly out here and I had enough left to paint this space.

There is still plenty of room to come and go with a good pathway down the middle to the back door.

My sweet Daddy fussed at first when I asked him if I could paint his oak rocking chair and said no at least twice. I kept on because I knew how good it would look and he finally relented.  With 4 women in our family, he doesn’t have a chance most of the time with things like this.  We know how to wear him down. :)  And then he likes it!

After I sprayed it with Rustoleum’s Dark Brown spray paint, he totally admitted that it looked so much better now. A new color coordinated cushion finishes it off. There’s only room for one rocking chair now, so the other one will go up to NC to their mountain house.

NOTE: Someone asked if the other rocking chair was painted and yes, yes it was.  After I painted the first one, I was just going to leave the other one oak since it was going to the mountains.  Mom mentioned that Dad really liked the new paint job, so I should paint both of them the same.  So, I did!  I knew he would love it after I painted them and I was right. :)

Also, someone asked about the walls.  That is paneling on the walls that was original to the house, with cinder blocks on part of the walls.  That’s how the house was built back in the 70’s, so we didn’t do anything out there but put on fresh paint.

Inside the big storage bin are shoes and porch essentials, now neatly hidden away behind this door. Much better than leaving everything out.

The old shelf got a new coat of paint and looks so much better with Dad’s caps hanging on it. You might remember my brass lovebirds from my old porch. I was able to bring out some of my treasures to finish off this space and that made me happy.

This is a Martha Stewart storage bench in Espresso. I loved the fabric drawers that it holds and there are a bunch of colors offered in these. Loved this aqua shade to add some accent out here.

Inside one drawer, my mom tucked away their garden gloves.

My small iron bakers rack that was on my old deck pulls duty as a plant stand, holding mom’s beautiful African violets that she grows with her green thumb. Those other 2 plants are mine.  I took some regular wall paint and brushed her plastic planters with a new blue color, just to unify them all.

Live plants are perfect on a porch and I love having them out here, adding life and color.

One of my thriftstore oil paintings fits in nicely out here too. I still love this little find.

You’ll notice that I added chocolate brown bamboo Roman shades on every window and that really gives this space a finished look.

These pretty paisley pillows came with the loveseat and I just loved the colors in them. The perfect jumping off spot for my accent colors. It was hard to capture the true colors out here.

Lamp was a yardsale find for $5 (without the shade) and this side table was also a yardsale find. My sweet Birmingham friend, Sharon, gave me the antlers, which I think look great hanging out here.

Here’s a little tip for you.  I changed out the old glass that was on this table for a large piece of tile.  The glass had been outside and had some scratches on it that didn’t come off, so I changed it out for a 14×14″ piece of tile from a local tile shop for less than $2.

This big clock will come in handy and it’s large enough for older eyes. It was a yardsale find too for $20 and is huge. The original sticker on the back is from Homegoods, where it sold for $60 retail. Quite the bargain.

I adore this space! The lattice rug is also from Home Depot, an 8×10. It’s actually gray and tan and I love the contrast it has with my other colors. Look up and take notice of the pretty new light fixture. This just about kicked both my dad’s and my butt, but we stuck it out and got that thing hung. I was not about to give up! That old light had to go.

This pretty creamy white storage piece is from Target and made by Sauder. it’s a great piece for holding all the extras out here.

Perfect spot for Mom to hide away all her essentials that need to be in reach.

I’m sure several of you still have the Target bunny weathervane that was all the rage a few short years ago. I waited until the last minute and almost missed out on getting one, but managed to score him for around $7 and he is still one of my fave pieces.

I managed to get in a couple of my bunnies on the porch and they fit right in.  If you’ll notice in the above pics, he was on the other side of the cabinet.  Thought he’d be safer on this side.  I already had to glue his ear back on from the moving mishap.  :)

So, that is the porch! I hope it was worth waiting for. It is definitely going to be a much loved space in our family home.

Thanks to American Express for sponsoring this project.

I was contacted by American Express about a program that they have going on:  Membership Rewards.  They launched Membership Rewards 20 years ago as a first of its kind program that over time has continued to innovate through new partners, categories, and features.  The program offers more than a million rewards from over 500 brands and millions of Card members have redeemed their points for a variety of merchandise and experiences, from movie tickets to trips to the world’s finest resorts.

Not a Cardmember? The Premier Rewards Gold Card can help you redesign your social space. Apply today and receive a $100 Home Depot Gift Card when you spend $1000 within your first three months of Cardmembership to get you started.

{Disclosure:  I was given 150,000 points ($1500) to use to redecorate this porch for my parents.  I did not receive any other monetary compensation and was allowed to pick my own products from their websites.)

Here’s the great news today!!

ONE of you will win a $100 Home Depot giftcard!  Just leave a comment and tell me what you will do with your Home Depot card if you win.

Want to spruce up an outdoor space?

What do you have in mind?   Just leave a comment to be eligible to win.


  1. Vicki Patton says:

    Beautiful job!!!! I will buy paint. Interior desperately needs painting.

  2. Oh Rhoda, this turned out just lovely. You must have really enjoyed transforming this space and I bet your folks love it. I have followed your blog for a year and I’m so sorry the last few months have been so bumpy. I hope this is exactly the haven you are hoping it will be. Peace and love to you.

  3. LOVE your new porch. I especially loved your $5.00 art piece from the yardsale. Who would ever know right? You do such a great job.

  4. Rhoda you have truly transformed that space! You have real gift from God and it is so true that He provides those special things for us right when we need them the most. May this be a place of healing and rest for you. Home Depot- too many things. Love the wicker furniture, garden plants, new light fixtures. Thanks for the opportunity!

  5. was soo happy to see you brought the brass birds with you, and they have found a home on the newly fabulous porch! Another great job Rhoda!

  6. Oh Rhoda, it turned out beautifully…you have just made it perfect and I could just picture relaxing with some iced tea and a good book on a nice summer day..ahhhhh…

    Would love to win the gift card, we could sure use it towards the garden shed we need to purchase..


  7. Cathryn says:

    Love the porch! You inspire me! Now I want to get a pretty rug for my back porch too!

  8. The porch is beautiful! You did a fantastic job! If I won, I would put it towards a new washer!

  9. I would love to add a bench and some flowers to my front porch. The colors you used here were great!

  10. WOW! I love the transformation. The colors are so perfect and I love how you were able to get so much into one space without it looking cramped. I bet your parents are so proud. I love the rocker painted brown.

    Please enter me in your Home Depot giftcard. I would like to update my yard.

  11. I’m spucing up my back deck. I hung a ladder in the tree and hung some old jars with candles in them (inspiration fr another blogger)… looks great as an outdoor “chandalier”. I spray painted all my ugly plastic green chairs a pretty warm yellow …. now I would LOVE to buy an outdoor rug from Home Depot and a couple more plants to fill my metal tubs ( that was last Spring’s project… I have 10, they are my favorite!!)

  12. glenda b says:

    I could use it for stuff to spruce up my porch. I’m getting a late start this year and I am just now cleaning away winter grime.:-)

  13. Ellie W says:

    Love the porch!! If I won I’d buy some plants and shrubs for my front yard. I swear my yard is the ugliest in the neighborhood.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    eswright18 at gmail dot com

  14. First, I love this porch! It’s real. It has stuff that we have on our porch, but it looks lovely – welcoming, relaxing. Dang. Guess I need to do something with ours now 😀

    Home Depot? I need tools! Mine are all in storage. I need a drill and sander ASAP!

  15. Wow – I love what you’ve done with this porch!! Amazing! If I won the Home Depot card, I would buy the rest of the tile I need for my kitchen backsplash so I can finish up that project.

  16. We just moved into a home that is riddled with brass fixtures. $100 would get me well on my way to banishing brass from my dining room with a new light fixture! Thanks for offering, Rhoda. Love what you’ve done with the porch! That green is heavenly. And oh, if I had your mom’s green thumb! Sigh…

  17. I could certainly use a $100 gift card to Home Depot- I’m working on setting up a classroom space in the basement for my ADHD son.

  18. Janet C says:

    What a cute space! It looks so relaxing and the perfect spot for a cold lemonade or sweet tea. :)

    I would replace my dead drill. My battery has been charged so many times it no longer holds a charge. I feel lost without it! So many project waiting for a new drill/driver.

  19. I really like the change! I would use a $100 gift card to Home Depot to buy paint. My bedroom never got painted when I moved in and I don’t like the previous owners’ color choice. I also need to get a few plants for my porch.

  20. Love the porch! Great work – but you always do great work!

  21. JenniferB says:

    I am going to spruce up my flower beds with some new mulch and flowers! Great work on the porch! Looks very nice!

  22. What an amazing job! We just tore into our master bathroom (think 1978) and we will be looking to purchase new things, beginning this weekend! Thanks for sharing! ~C

  23. Katrina says:

    I could use a $100 gift card to Home Depot! I would buy some outdoor plants for my garden!

  24. Rhoda you are so awesome!! I can use the gift card for some new patio lights.

  25. This looks really great! I could definitely use a trip to HD for some new tools to use in the garden! :)

  26. love the porch! i would use the HD card to buy paint and accessories for our guest bath update.

  27. I would plant some colorful plants in front of my house where it desperately needs a punch of summer color. That porch looks amazing, & I know your parents will enjoy it so much. You are a sweet daughter to do it for them!

  28. What a transformation! I am sure you will have many enjoyable moments out there this summer. I would enjoy a trip to HD to purchase a new umbrella for our patio table. A wind storm damaged ours last year and so far this spring we are umbrellaless.

  29. Mary Bristol says:

    It’s time for me to clean up my screen porch for the summer season. I plan on putting some of your ideas to use when I do. Love the color combination you picked!

    OOPS! Forgot to say which things I’d be incorporating. My pillows and cushions are in need of being replaced by some clean matching ones to replace the old mismatched stained faded ones. :-)

  30. Just beautiful! Can’t wait to see what else you do with the house!!

  31. gatorgirl says:

    My daughter’s room needs to be painted Summer Harvest ASAP, and I <3 Home Depot!

  32. Great giveway. Your porch looks great! I would use the gift cert to buy paint to use for the many rooms and furniture re-do’s I have in mind.

  33. Bethany Kingma says:

    AWESOME porch makeover! If I won this giveaway I would buy paint and some wood pieces for a few projects I’ve had in mind forever but just could never justify spending the money on! :) Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  34. It has been fun watching the progress of your porch makeover. I love how it looks now and your post was inspiring. If I had a gift card I would buy paint, etc. to update my livingroom. I have fabric for curtains but must paint the walls and a couple of pieces of furniture to complete the project.

  35. What an outstanding job you did on this room makeover…I’m sure your parents are having fun with you there with them. Love the piece from Target…looks like it holds a ton of stuff and that rug looks great! If I won…I would buy a new light fixture for my master bedroom…I’m in need of one.


  36. Amber Petz says:

    Buy my shower attachment for the 200 lb claw tub, that we/it decided to stay in the house because of it’s gerth!!

  37. Oh, Rhoda, how beautiful! I see so many wonderful little inspirations here. If I won the gift card, you can bet I’d work on finishing out my stark-looking lanai!

  38. I wou;d buy new cushions for my porch swing.

  39. Veronica says:

    I would use the HD card to buy some plants for my front yard. We have been working on the outside of our fixer-upper for almost 2 years, and I am FINALLY allowed to plant!! (without the worry of ladders and workers smashing my plants!)

  40. Joanne B. says:

    Hi Rhoda! Great job on your parents porch! I bet they are thrilled to have this space and thrilled to have you back home! Somethings are just meant to be and this seems like a win/win for them and you! I wish you sweet home sweet home dreams there! Thanks for the HD gift card opportunity! We want to put down that new vinyl wood-plank looking floors in our spare/computer room an dthen our college age daughter’s room. 100 bucks would help a bit and would be so greatly appreciated!
    Joanne B

  41. anne harris says:

    beautiful porch!! i love it!! i’d use the gc to do something to the front porch! maybe some new furniture?

  42. karen mckay asbell says:

    I would buy some new planters to put in front of the garage!

  43. Joy Calloway says:

    I would use the gift card to buy a light fixture and plants for my porch.

  44. My goodness, what an awesome transformation. Bet your entire family loves it! Glad your dad relented on the rocker!!

    Hmm, I would use the HD gift card on paint for my kitchen cabinets. I want to go creamy white in there!

    Big TX Hugs,
    Angelic Accents

  45. Wow – it has come a long way from the before. It’s pretty, welcoming and organized! You really got a lot of bang for your buck!

  46. new flooring for my kitchen!!

  47. Rhoda, you did a fabulous job with the porch. I love the happy green on the walls.
    We are still working on our house. This time, we are renovating an upstairs bedroom. Took the walls down to the studs, added more insulation. Hubby updated the electrical. Today, he framed out a powder room that we are going to add. So you can see how a Home Depot card would come in handy!

  48. Wanda P. says:

    OMG! That porch looks GREAT!! Hope I am not late for the give away. I am a big Home Depot fan. I need to paint my living room and kitchen. That would come in handy.

  49. Elizabeth T says:

    Plants…I need to do some replanting and sprucing along the front walk to our house. I’d also love to pick up a few outdoor pillows for the cute bench on my porch.

  50. I love the porch!! You did a great job! I’d buy another pot and a nice plant for my back patio and one for my front porch!

  51. Jacquie Bollinger says:

    WOW! You did it again, lady! Great makeover!

    My next project is painting basement walls (that are now orange!) and painting a rod iron coffee table and end table that are white. I want to darken them quite a bit. Then, find an ornate furniture piece for storage, hopefully at a garage sale, even if I have to refinish it.


  52. Rhoda, I don’t know how I am just now seeing this. You did such an awesome job! What a beautiful transformation. Your parents must be thrilled. I will sit out there all day:)

  53. Beautiful transformation, Rhoda! I love it all! You’ve given me some great inspiration for our backyard patio. I would use the Home Depot gift card to help purchase patio furniture. Thanks for sharing the beautiful room with us!

  54. Sandra K says:

    I would use it to makeover my mudroom. Thank you so much!

  55. Janet G. says:

    Great job, Rhoda. I love how you transformed this porch into a welcoming, relaxing spot. You and your folks are sure to enjoy this so much this summer. I need an indoor/outdoor rug to finish a project I am working on. Thanks so much for the opportunity!

  56. Oh, Rhoda, It’s beautiful. It’s so amazing to see the Lord work. He is always ready to catch us in His abounding grace! This room is so full of grace and style (: I just love how you transformed it!

  57. sharon driggers says:

    Beautiful makeover! My husband and I are on our way to Home Depot after work to pick up paint for our laundry room makeover. I would love to use the $100.00 to purchase some storage containers for my laundry room!

  58. What a lovely transformation. Well done. If I were lucky winner of $100 HD gift card, I would buy some flowering plants and a few colorful outdoor accessories to perk up our ho-hum front porch. ThanX for the chance to win!

  59. I’d buy some paint!

  60. What a beautiful transformation! I chuckled when you talked about winning your dad over on painting his rocker! Can relate to that. I’m sure this will be a restful spot for both you and your parents… And how fun to use your talents and a gift form Home Depot to create this lovely room. If I won your Home Depot gift I would buy pots and plants for my patio! Hope your parents will want you to keep going on the house redos…

  61. Marilyn Holeman says:

    Hi Rhoda, I would probably buy paint for my outdoor furniture. I have a couple of yard sale sets that could use some sprucing up. OR I just realized I would love to have a pond or fountain outside. That would be fun. Anyway . . . Thanks for the giveaway.


  62. So cute Rhoda! We use our Membership Rewards all the time (my husband uses AMEX when he travels). I would use it buy some fruit trees and HD or Lowe’s.

  63. What a terrific makeover! Hubby wants a smoker for Father’s Day, so I’d put a HD gift card towards that.

  64. VintageBeachgirl says:

    Your parents must be thrilled with their new porch. What a lovely, relaxing space you have turned the porch into. You are the Queen of porch decorators in my book and oil wager in theirs as well. It really looks terrific!!! I especially like your choice of colors. Take care, VBg

  65. I have been anxious to see the re-do and now it’s done. You are fast! Rhoda, you did a fantastic job. This room looks sooo inviting, warm and cozy. Your parents are probably convinced now at your skills and ready for you to take on the house. ha ha Just kidding. Change is sometimes hard for people so they probably don’t think they want anything else done. :)

    Well I am very impressed and inspired. I have realized more and more that paint can make a BIG difference. Little areas we ignore can be beautified. Great job, Rhoda.

    Oh… to have a chance at winning a gift card, I need to tell you what I would do with it. Well right now I am in the middle of fixing up my back porch. I would buy a couple of black wrought iron chairs.

  66. I LOVE how this turned out!! And you are such a sweet daughter to do this for your parents…I love your heart, its a beautiful reflection of God and that is why He blessed you with this my friend!

    If I won the gift card I would do some sprucing up on our deck! It looks very sad right now. :) My yardsale wicker furniture could use some spray paint, we need some new cushions and a few plants would bring some color to our deck.

  67. I would use it to buy some new porch furniture and some decorations. I’m redoing our screened porch by painting it white and adding a nautical theme!

  68. Can I come over and have coffee with you out there?? : ) It is lovely! Although I gather you are going through some changes, I pray this time with your parents will somehow be the silver lining. Blessings to you and them.

    My husband recently retired. We were not able to sell our house, but we did lease it out. We intended to make structural changes to a photography studio my family owns and make it a home with the proceeds from the sale of our house. We are still making the changes, but it is going slowly. Luckily, we are both enjoying the time with my mom, as we are living with her. At first I thought I would use a Home Depot card for tile or faucets but on second thought I would love to use it to buy Mom some rose bushes, plants, and little solar lights for her flower beds…she LOVES those! Thank you for the chance to win!

  69. Paula Weaver says:

    My project this summer is my back porch that spans the width of my house. I’ve assembled and painted wooden furniture and a porch swing to begin with. Why do I need a HD gift card? For drop cloths to make curtains for the porch!!!! Also, I need paint to finish the floors and I also want to “paint” a rug where the furniture will be. I still have cushions & pillows to make, flower pots to fill and a waterscape to make. So much to do but looking forward to each step.

  70. Hi Rhoda – Glad to see you are keeping busy, which helps to keep the mind busy! Your makeover turned out so nice, you truly have a gift to decorate…if I won the giveway(hope it’s not too late)..I’d like to get an area rug to put outside on our covered deck…Love Homegoods stores! Have a great Memorial weekend!

  71. WOW, Rhoda, this is an amazing transformation! It is so well done, it doesn’t even look like it’s the same room in the same house! Very impressive. I love how the pieces from your prior collections mix so well with the new pieces, and I love how some of the items were thrift-store and tag sale pieces scored for such great prices. You have an excellent eye, that is for sure. Your parents must be so very pleased with this room now!

    If I won the Home Depot card (fingers, legs, arms, eyes all crossed!), I would use it for supplies (paint, wood, etc.) to transform a vintage armoire I scored for a great price into a linen closet/storage piece as I have nowhere to store linens and towels, etc., in my apartment! It’s a beautiful armoire, and is the old kind that was used as a closet, so it’s got room for hanging clothes and storing shoes, but really is a just a big box shape when the doors are opened. I want to paint the inside (it’s a little musty inside, and I think sanding it and painting the inside a pretty color will kill the musty odor) and add shelving and cubbies so I can store linens and other household items in it, but I want the shelving structure to be removable in hopes that someday I will have a home of my own and can convert the armoire into a home office center, or an entertainment unit.

    Good luck to everyone who enters the giveaway!



    P.S. I am your newest follower, and have added you to My Favorite Blogs on my sidebar!

  72. Looks great! If I got lucky and won the HD card, I’d buy a new umbrella and outdoor pillows for my deck.

  73. baltimoremom says:

    Wow! Beautiful job – the porch looks so different and amazing. I love looking at makeovers like this. Would also love to win a Home Depot gift card :) Your porch is inspiring and I would probably put the gift card towards a purchase of outdoor furniture like yours.

  74. I’m out of primer! Call the National Guard! (love the porch!)

  75. Stephanie W says:

    Rhoda – I love the redesign, the porch looks absolutely stunning! I would put this towards paint, as we haven’t most of the rooms since we moved in 5 years ago, and it needs it badly with 2 little ones. Thanks so much for a truly wonderful giveaway!

  76. The giftcard would be great. I’d use it to beautify my soap studio.

  77. I would use a Home Depot card to rent a power-washer and breathe new life into my concret patio.

  78. I need a new bathroom!

    Also, are you still selling the beadboard wallpaper?

  79. Patti E says:

    Oh Rhoda—that is one nice porch! I am so impressed with what you could do with just a little bit of money and paint! You really have an eye for color too.

    Well, with my $100 I would go and get some accessories and flowers for my porch/patio. Amazing what some color will do as I saw with yours.

  80. Jessica Y says:

    I would work on my porch and patio as well. In spring , I get so itchy to beautify it. Thanks. Your’s and your parents new porch looks great!

  81. We just recently added on to our patio. This giveaway would come in handy for purchaseing finishing details!

  82. Heather Blair says:

    You did such an amazing job! I love Amex points. We use them to do some of our Christmas shopping every year. I would love to win a Home Depot gift card. I’ve really been wanting to cozy up our breakfast nook. It’s so dark and drab and none of us like eating in there and I think it’s important to eat at the table as a family.

  83. Hi! Very nice of you to spruce up your parent’s porch. It looks wonderful! New to your blog and have already found so many interesting things here. I am actually cleaning out and reorganizing about every room in my house….Spring cleaning? Anyhows, I know I would find a room to use the HD gift card….like my craft room. Thanks for sharing! Linda

  84. I love how this porch is beautiful, but still livable and functional for your parents. What a sweet gift to give them!

  85. I could use the gift card to spruce up my kitchen that is lost in the 70’s!

  86. Allison says:

    I would love to buy a lattice rug like the one on your parents’ porch!

  87. Wowza!! What a transformation! You are incredibly talented, and your folks are blessed to be able to enjoy your talents.
    I’d love to win the Gift Card. I think paint would be a priority for me.

  88. Just want to say how blessed you and your family are, to cope with these transitions in your lives — using your talents, and demonstrating true love for one another and all that you meet, via the Internet or otherwise.
    Rhoda, you have inspired so many people – and I pray you will continue to acknowledge God’s working in your life. As we Irish like to say, “God love ya!”

  89. How lovely! I am sure your parents feel blessed by having you around – as you are blessed to be with them. Still praying for you as you continue your journey. 8 years since my “journey” began (at 51 years old) and God continues to bless me daily. There are many things at Home Depot that I could use a gift card on. Rhoda, continue to blog and continue to bless others! I do so love your blog.

  90. Wonderful job! Everything came together so beautifully. It’s cozy and still incredibly functional.

    Thanks for sharing

  91. Mindy Hodge says:

    Definitely buy a new fixture for my breakfast nook!

  92. Victoria says:

    Rhoda, the room is wonderful! I know you are so thankful to God for blessing you with such a wonderful gift right now. And I’m sure you and your parents will enjoy many wonderful, peaceful and joyful times in this beautifully redecorated room. Wish I could get in that glider and rock away with ya!

    Many blessings to you and your sweet parents! Enjoy!

    Victoria in Texas

  93. Venessa Martin says:

    These pics are refreshing, just makes me want to sit and stay awhile. The bunnies are adorable! I am also a bunny fan and would love to spend the card on bunnies for my backyard and patio. Would also update my planters and put in fall bulbs and look for anything else that would be interesting and fun.

  94. Love the space. You did a Great job. I’m aware the contest has closed. Just wanted to say I love the space.

  95. love the redo what store did you find the porch blinds thanks

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