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There isn’t anything like getting ready to move out of your parents’ home into your first place , or upgrading from a roommate-shared, student-budget apartment into a space you can truly call “yours”. It’s a chance to move on from those old pots and pans your parents have cooked in since THEY first moved out,… Continue reading The Well-Stocked Kitchen: A Kitchen-Ware Shopping List for Your First “Adult” Kitchen
I always have a cup of tea by my side when I’m working on a DIY project, but because I often get so into what I’m doing with my project, my poor cup of tea always ends up cold. Using a Tea Cozy on a big pot of tea is my go-to way to keep… Continue reading Introducing: Tea Geek Boutique, by Urbanista At Home!
*Originally published May 16, 2017: Reposted May 28th, 2017* When I think about how long it took me to start listening to podcasts, and then think about how often to I listen to them now, it kind of astounds me. It’s only natural that I would like listening to stories, facts, and news via spoken… Continue reading Podcasts For Crafters & Creatives
Review Disclaimer: This article reviews a product which I received for free in exchange for providing my own honest opinion and review. All thoughts and opinions are my own, and do not reflect those of the product’s company or its affiliates. Your entryway is the last bit of home you get to experience on your way… Continue reading Let’s Go Adventuring: A Nature-Inspired Doorway with AspenBlueCo.’s Coir Doormats (Product Review)
When I discovered the thrill of thrift store shopping when I was a teenager, I thought I had cracked the code to putting together an awesome outfit at a fraction of the cost my peers were spending. I don’t know about you, but the “dress code” at my high school was peer pressure-implemented , with… Continue reading The Frugal Girl’s Guide to a Luxurious Home: How-To “Thrift Shop” Your Way to a Well-Appointed Home and Kitchen
Happy New Year, UAH readers! We’ve made it through some pretty rough and tumble times in the past year to reach 2017 – which has only made us stronger than ever, and so ready to take on whatever this next set of 365 days has in store for us. In celebration of this… Continue reading After the Cork Pops at Midnight: Making and Keeping Creativity-Focused Resolutions
Today’s post isn’t a DIY-walkthrough or tutorial. Instead, it’s an encouragement to go seek one out, in order to revive your creativity and whet your appetite for self development! Last year, my sister-in-law, her sister and I all received gift certificates to “The Dirty Apron“, a cooking school here in Vancouver. Nestled in a historic… Continue reading The Re-Inspired Home Chef: A case for why every home cook should take an amateur cooking class
Happy Monday everyone! I’m sorry I’ve been a bit AWOL on the posting front lately. I’ve had a few exciting new developments in the career-corner of my life in the past few weeks, and have definitely been a busy bee getting everything sorted and settled. But fear not, I love being able to stay crafty… Continue reading Mini-DIY: Plan an Owl-Themed Baby Shower!
Hi everyone! I hope you’re having a restful Sunday, recovering from all those Valentine’s chocolates (like I am). Just a little weekend update: Urbanista At Home is now on Pinterest! Each DIY/Tutorial post created on the Urbanista At Home blog will be pinned on our boards on the Urbanista At Home Pinterest account, making it… Continue reading Urbanista At Home is now on Pinterest!