DIY Home Improvement and Design podcast by DIY home improvement pros & bloggers Ashley of Bigger than the Three of Us and Suzannah of Create/Enjoy. We believe you don’t have to be an interior designer to create a home you love, and you don’t have to be a contractor to do the work yourself.
Join the conversation each week as we talk in detail about finding your home style, why we DIY, how stay consistent with your home projects and more. You’ll be able to tap into our knowledge on how to paint cabinets, how to pick flooring, how to hang gallery walls, etc., in the upcoming episodes.
Christmas Book Tree
Sharing about the process of making a Christmas book tree!
Holiday Traditions with Shelby Goodman
Shelby Goodman shares holiday traditions as well as how she decorates for Christmas.
Christmas Traditions and Decor with Chelsea from Stylemutt Home
Chelsea from Stylemutt Home is on the show sharing about the childhood memories and traditions of the holidays and how that has translated to her family today. Plus, take a peek at her holiday home decor style!
Design Books Wish List
After reading through a lot of design books, I'm sharing which one's you should add to your wish list.
How to Make Heirlooms Work in Your Home
What do you do when you are given a family heirloom? How do you work that special piece in with your home style? Should you always keep the heirloom even if you feel like it's not a fit for you?
Intentional Living with Shelby Goodman
The queen of thrifting, Shelby Goodman, is chatting with me today. From thrifting pointers to how she keeps her heart in check as she's creating an intentional life... you don't want to miss this one.
Always interesting topics, with easy to implement ideas for creating a more beautiful home. This podcast has a relatable and highly engaging style!
These ladies are sweet, helpful, and relatable. Definitely give it a listen if you are attempting interior design or DIY!
Motivating and relatable
I missed listening to this podcast on my commute so much that now I listen while cleaning my house. Their appeal is in not being experts, but rather regular people who are trying to make their homes beautiful and comfortable. It feels like a conversation with friends who also bought fixer-upper houses and are doing the work over time: comparing notes and experiences and encouraging you that you can make your home what you want it to be.