Welcome! I’m Jeanette, and I’m the self-taught DIYer behind Snazzy Little Things. I named my blog “Snazzy Little Things” after a phrase my grandpa used to say when he was in the throes of refinishing antiques and furniture. And now, we found ourselves doing the same thing. 🙂
For the last 6 year my husband Mark and I have been remodeling our home on a modest budget. My style has evolved into what I call “refined farmhouse”. I love mixing old and new, French accents…and we will always make room for an industrial vibe in all of our spaces. We love high-contrast interiors and we are hooked on having a a clutter free, easy to maintain aesthetic in our home.
Our story: We arrived at this conclusion after Mark and I were married we combined our two houses into one. Once we settled, we were overwhelmed with crazy amounts of “stuff” –it took us awhile to purge the excess and figure out our style. That journey unfolds here on the blog. With our industrial-Frenchy vision in mind, we customized our builders-grade home on an extreme budget. If we can’t find furniture or decor that we like in stores – we repurpose flea market finds or make our own in our woodshop! (Many of our designs are now available in our new, online store).
I experiment with all decor styles, but decorating feels right when it reflects the unique personalities in our household.
Popular Posts & Room Makeovers
You may recognize some of our projects from Pinterest, our work has been featured in several publications throughout the years. If you’d like to know where I purchased an item you see on this website, visit the “Shop My Home” page where I provide links to purchase similar items so that you may duplicate the same look in your own home!
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