House on Pine

663 South Pine Street. Panguitch Utah.

663 South Pine Street. Panguitch Utah.

Nestled in a quiet culdesac off Panguitch Lake Road.

This Family home built in 2006 features 5 bedrooms, 4 baths, entry foyer, man cave, dining area, kitchen, living room, office, laundry room, mudroom, guest suite with its own entrance, one car garage, 2 storage sheds, large deck, basketball court, and lots of parking space.

Warm and inviting! Filled with unique touches and lots of charm.

Entry/Foyer

Galvanized metal light fixture and hanging ladder add character to the entryway.

 

Home.
the story of who we are,
and the collection of all
the things we love.

 

Dining....

Dine by this gorgeous river rock fireplace witha touch of shiplap. This mantle is bright and perfect for seasonal décor.

Man Cave (for all his crap)

The large white wood plank wall makes the perfect background for his trophies. You can find the faux brick wall with corrugated metal to be the focal point of this room.  The unique light fixture tops this room off.

Kitchen

Bright and airy kitchen featureslarge bay windows, two toned cabinets, faux brick island, old door on pantry, wood corbels and a chandelier.

Office

Living room

Wood stove, large windows with deck view, faux brick wall, ceiling fan, new carpet in 2015.

Linen closet & hallway

Bathroom 1

Bedroom 1

Laundry room

Utility sink & shelves.

Bathroom 2

Bedroom 2

Bedroom 3

Master Bedroom

Walk in closet, large master bath with double vanity.

Upstairs guest suite

This bright and airy add on above the garage features sitting room, bathroom, two closets, separate enterance, and the best view in the house.

Mudroom/Storage (for all her crap)

Entrance from the garage and side of the house. Under the stairs storage.

Exterior

Large deck with great views and rope lights. 2 storage sheds. Basketball court everyone will enjoy. Wild life all year around.

2 stage gas furnace. On demand hot water heater. Gas lines for all appliances. New large AC unit. New paint throughout house. Upgraded light fixtures.

$205,000

3100 Square feet

.41 Acre lot

By appointment only

Call or text Luke 435-590-7056 or Elkee 435-669-1627

Interested in furniture? Most furniture pictured is us up for grabs. Or visit Small Town Cozy on Center Street.

Boho Bow and Arrows

My dining room has a Farmhouse/Boho/Rustic vibe going on so I wanted my Valentine décor and mantle to go along  with that.  I knew I wanted to make a bow and after browsing Pinterest there wasn't anything that didn't require a bowed branch or pvc pipe.  If we weren't buried in snow here in Utah I would have loved to find a curved branch, but I went for the next best thing. 

You know the rack of inexpensive toys you can find at the Grocery store or gas station.  I know these toys all too well.  My 4 year old loves these toys and they are a good bribe for being good while grocery shopping.  I knew we  had a couple of  bow and arrow sets so I went digging through toys until I found one.  They are only $2.99 new.

After a few coats of gold spray paint...

Gold spray paint never disappoints! Now for the arrows.  I knew I wanted to use sticks to give the Rustic look so I cut a few from some bushes in my front yard. 

-Sticks/twigs

-Felt/ fabric

-Twine/string

-Feathers

-Glue gun

-Scissors

For the tips I cut a few triangles and hearts. 2 per arrow.  Hot glue them to the tip with the stick in the middle of felt.  On the other end glue feathers and wrap with twine.  For the felt feathers I cut 2 rectangles, glued them closed on the end of the stick then cut into feather shape and cut slits.

I am  very busy just like many of you, so I'm all about  fast and easy projects that make a big impact.   This was just that!  Now run to the nearest Dollar store or gas station and find yourself a bow!  If you make this quick DIY please share and tag us!

#smalltowncozy

 

Elkee

 

 

 

 

Tablescape-It's all about the LAYERS.

Today I'm sharing some tips on creating a simple inexpensive, but swoon worthy table scape for any occasion.  Let me start by saying I am not an interior designer. :)   I'm very untraditional and never do things by the book.  I do have a love for old, new, and pretty things and would love to share some of them with you.

Layers, Layers, Layers!

 Texture, and height.

*Start with your base layer.  Table cloth, table runner, placemats, or chargers.

I layered four thrifted lace tablecloths.  Two white and two ivory.  I placed them all going different ways.  I love how they look perfectly imperfect.

I layered four thrifted lace tablecloths.  Two white and two ivory.  I placed them all going different ways.  I love how they look perfectly imperfect.

*Think outside the boxUse what you have!  Look around your house for items or décor.  Use fabric, check the thrift store for linens, use paper as placemats. Like book pages or sheet music.

Our local Thrift Store always has random linens, napkins, vases, and dishes for a killer deal.

Our local Thrift Store always has random linens, napkins, vases, and dishes for a killer deal.

*Your base layer is the best way to add texture to your table.

I added the green silk linen I found from the thrift store, laying it vertically to add texture and  color.

I added the green silk linen I found from the thrift store, laying it vertically to add texture and  color.

*Centerpiece

Get creative.  It doesn't need to be expensive to be beautiful.

I started with an old porch post down the center of the table.

I started with an old porch post down the center of the table.

Use a variety of heights and textures.

I used books and a candle holder I found around the house.

I used books and a candle holder I found around the house.

Bring in outdoor elements from your yard like pinecones, twigs, candles, greenery, flowers.

I walked around my yard and cut anything that caught my eye.  Hey if I can make weeds look good so can you!

I walked around my yard and cut anything that caught my eye.  Hey if I can make weeds look good so can you!

*Dishes/Dinnerware

Stacking dishes gives your table dimension.  Dishes don't have to match.  My favorite thing to do is mismatch new and old.  This is a perfect way to add a pop of color. Try pairing your everyday dinner plates with something  vintage from the thrift store. 

 

*Add utensils and Napkins

Fabric napkins are classy and so worth it in the end because you can reuse them over and over.  Napkins and utensils are essential to a meal, and they also add texture.  Try folding the napkin in different ways.  Try wrapping utensils in napkin with  twine and tie something on that fits the occasion.  Like a cinnamon stick or pinecone.

I'm not that fancy and take  the easy route.

I'm not that fancy and take  the easy route.

For those who don't break the rules and who I made  crazy with my random utensil placement, here is the correct way.

 

*Make it special

Add extra touches and details.  Add place cards or a tag, quote, accessory, note, to each place setting or center piece.

I love to Mix and match colors, and patterns!
— Elkee
Keep it simple.

Keep it simple.

I sent my tips to my talented friend Jennifer and asked her to share.

Totally Swoooooooning over her Tablescapes!

If we have inspired you to now want to throw a dinner party, or a simple Sunday dinner with your family share your tablescape with us by tagging us on Instagram or Facebook.

Elkee

 

Were back with a new look!

Hello....It's been a while, but we are excited to be back with a new website.  Our goal is to share on our Blog some of our personal DIY projects, and home décor.  As many of you know we are always on the go and changing up our homes with new, old, thrifted,  and salvaged junk. We will have lots of fun things to share with Mandy just moving into a historic red brick home trying to make it her own, and Elkee just purchasing her first Fixer Upper. Follow along!