Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Our New Apartment Pictures (lots of pics)

This is a comprehensive look at my new apartment. Sorry it's so many pictures we just wanted the family that probably won't see it to know what it looks like.

The plaque that greets you when you enter our house

Our staircase those are our stocking hanging from the dining room wall

View from our patio

My great kitchen, I love it because I can know watch tv or a movie while cooking or doing dishes.

Our Christmas Tree in our dining room area

Living room where we hang out most.

The Tv and office computer area.

My fabulous walk-in closet

My long vanity and sink area

We have large shower and bathtub too!
Our dresser

our lovely bookcase

Our bed, our room is a little bare because we need more pictures for it!

My favorite part of Bellas bathroom her shower curtain hooks. They are so cute! Pink and purple like crystals.

Bells' colorful bathroom, I still need to add a piece of art or somthing on the wall

I finally get to display her name that I made while pregnant, a little late is better than never.

Bells' rocking chair where we read and eat most nights.

Picture less picture frames that I made for her and her cousin Carina in PA. I plan on putting pictures in this week.

Her Christmas little people nativity scene

The man cave where Adam dwells when he wants away from baby and me.

The beer fridge that Adam insisted on.


  1. Your apartment looks great!

  2. How cute! I love the kitchen, and Isabella's nursery is adorable! How did you make the letters? They're fantastic. I'm still working on a cross stitch pattern of my daughter's name to hang in her nursery...and she's 7 months old! Guess I need to get going on it.

  3. Cate the letters take time but they are simple. You just need to buy the letters, cute paper, sandpaper, and paint. You probably already have glue and then you outline the letters on the back of the paper. Cut it out glue it down. Then use sandpaper to file off the edges of the paper and paint the edges after to make them pretty. Make sure you give them lots of time to dry. Instead of glue you can buy some stuff called modpodge at a craftstore use it on the back to stick and on the front to make them shiny.