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Styling Harvard: So Long, 2014!

2015 coming soon

As another year comes to a close, I thought I’d take this opportunity to reflect on everything that has happened this past year. Read on as I say so long, 2014!

In January, the Styling Harvard the blog was born! I wrote my first ever blog post, painted everything I owned gold, and shared my nephew’s 5th birthday party. 

styling harvardIn February, I shared my tips on painting over laminate wood paneling, we were waist deep into our kitchen remodel, and I was already dreaming of doing another makeover.

Faux Panel Faux Pas on stylingharvard.comIn March, I began the #currentlycrushing series (which I need to get back on), we hosted our housewarming party, baked a St. Patrick’s Day cake and revealed our new kitchen!

St. Patrick's cakeIn April, I crushed some more but things got a little rough before Easter. Then we caught a bug.

Benny & Mommy

In May, Jamie and I celebrated 2 years of marriage, I sprayed more things gold, my flamingo obsession grew and we enjoyed Memorial Day.

Memorial DayIn June, I co-hosted a bridal shower and had a Father’s Day cookout.

high tea bridal showerJuly came around and I was slacking with my posting while rearranging rooms.

Pre-K GraduationFor August, September and October, I realllllllllllly slacked. Whoops!

I was back in November with a 3 month long catch up, some DIY fun not once, but twice, and a little early Christmas craftingStyling Harvard DIY ChalkboardAnd then all of a sudden, it was December! My Etsy shop got a makeover, I shared my Christmas Home Tour in a 4 part series and added a new item to the shop.

IMG_0590And there we have it! I wish you all nothing but health, happiness and good fortune for the new year. Thank you for being a reader of my little labor of love. I appreciate all your kind words more than you know.

Happy New YearXO,


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