Entryway Mirror

You may recall me mentioning here, that I bought an antique camel wagon wheel that had been made into a mirror. It’s not every day you run across one, so of course, I snapped it up. It’s enormous. Over 5 feet across. To get it home, it was strapped to the roof rack of my Mini Cooper while the edges hung off over the sides. Imagine that zipping down the freeway in traffic!
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Grove House: Custom Cabinets

Heather Bullard Kitchen Cabinets-1

Picking up where I left off on Grove House…

The kitchen was a top priority for both of us, since we both enjoy cooking and entertaining. I knew the space had to be somewhat large, open and extremely user friendly. And I knew I wanted very simple, streamlined cabinetry. After interviewing several contractors and getting bids, we decided to use Riverside Cabinets. Their quote was not the lowest, but their attention to detail and interest in the design of our project made them the perfect choice.
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Heather Bullard | Lifestyle Citrus Arranging

Hi there friends. It’s been a while. Life has been keeping me extra busy lately. We’ve officially finished Grove House, although there are still a ton of things that need to be done. I’ll continue to show our progress and happenings…we still don’t have internet at the property, which explains the lack of posts. Although I certainly don’t assume you’re sitting around wondering what I’m doing. ;) But it’s nice to reconnect here.

We’ve had 5 birthdays in May, along with Mother’s Day (hope yours was a treat!) and that always makes for an exciting month!
I just got back from styling two homes in Phoenix for HGTV Magazine. Can’t wait till those come out…think fun color, great diy ideas, and creative small space living.
My house is filled with boxes, because I sold nearly all of our furniture and have no where to put stuff. Clearly, I didn’t think it through.
I bought a giant mirror made from a wheel off an antique camel cart. Will definitely show you! The Man is making brackets to hang it today. We’ve had lots of laughs about the camel dung stuck in the grooves. Kind of gross now that I think about it.
Oh, and I went back to school to become a Certified Master Food Preserver at the University of California…and graduated. Now, making jams is my jam! (And pickles.) I seriously can not wait to share my new hobby with you!

I’ve really missed our visits here and hope to be back to normal posts very soon.
Instagram has been my main source of social media, since I can do that on my phone. I’ve shared some sneak peaks of the interior of the house, if you’d like to see you can find me under the username: heatherbullard.