If you follow me on Instagram then you might already know that this past winter Trey and I added a hot tub and deck to our backyard.
This is zucchini bread how I like it. There are about a million different variations. Some people like all zucchini and no carrots.
Hiya, peeps! It's Mandi. Every Easter, Americans are inundated with these cute, little marshmallow creatures called Peeps.
Heyyyoo! It’s Trey’s sister again, Katherine, and we met a couple months ago when I shared some of my favorite white wines.
We don't know about you, but spring fever is taking over our thoughts lately! We are in the mood to add some greenery into our lives.
Happy weekend friends! I'm here to share a few of my favorite things from the internet this week! 1. This DIY dress is perfect.
Hey, guys. It's time that time again—casual Friday time! This week our beloved Laura celebrated her one year Mess-iversary.
Have you ever just had a project idea in your head that didn't exactly fit your style but you fell in love with it anyway?
I love ice cream. I especially love hot fudge sundaes. Trey can tell you, I pretty much try to con him into getting hot fudge sundaes every week.
Hi, guys! It's Mandi. This spring Easter egg display might be a wee bit heavy on the "punny," sure, but at least it's also a bit nontraditional!
We are super excited to announce today our very first crash course, How to Write and Pitch a Book Proposal, by our literary agent, Lindsay Edgecombe.
We are pretty excited about getting to the "finishing touches" phase of some of our studio rooms. We are so close to finishing our little downstairs bathroom, but we wanted to add a bit of visual texture to the walls.
Last fall we went to Canon USA headquarters for a day of meetings and got to sit in on a presentation about all of the new 2014 printers.
A year and a half ago we signed a bunch of papers and unlocked the door to our 100-year-old, yellow house for the very first time.
Hey, friends! First of all, thank you so much for the incredible response to our A Beautiful Mess + Kelly Moore collaboration camera bag.
I've certainly done my fair share of DIY projects through the years, but for all the projects I have completed thus far, I've yet to venture into the land of rugs—until today!
It's funny, but probably the dish I make most often for dinner at home is risotto. And yet, we have very few risotto recipes on our site.
We've been making some major progress these past few weeks at our studio house. This past week we've been ripping through dining room and kitchen projects, and we're planning to share our first room tours with you very soon. When we were brainstorming ideas for a dining room table we knew it could be a lot of fun to work with copper pipes for the legs.
Elsie and I get asked fairly often if we ever plan to move to a bigger city or a different state. We are both born and raised southern Missouri gals.