Well, it’s been a long process, but the Addicted 2 Decorating redesign is finally (almost) complete! Oh sure, if you dig around enough, you’ll still find pages that aren’t transferred yet. It’ll be a few more days before it’s all really complete. But in the meantime, feel free to poke around and get a feel for the new layout.
The whole idea behind this redesign was to make everything much more accessible and streamlined. I posted a few highlights a few weeks back, but here’s a refresher for those who missed it.
With the new layout, all of the info in the A2D blog and website is just a click (or two) away on the new streamlined menu at the top.
And each section of the menu has a drop-down menu, to make navigation even that much easier!
|Menu options under “A2D Blog”.|
|Menu options under “DIY Projects”.|
And probably my favorite menu item of all is the Complete Room Designs section, where all of my DIY rooms will be featured.
Right now, the only room listed is John & Alice’s master bedroom, but I am working on adding pages for my kitchen, my breakfast room, Gwen’s master bathroom, Gwen’s master bedroom, and John & Alice’s master bathroom. Then I’ll continue to add pages as I complete future DIY rooms.
On those individual room pages, there are sections for before pictures, after pictures, budget breakdown, resources, related diy projects, and related blog posts. The before pictures section and the after pictures section have little thumbnails of each of the pictures, that you can click on to see the larger pictures.
|Pay no attention to the capitalized and double underlined word “Photo”.
This is a screenshot from my computer, which obviously has spyware on it.
So those are the highlights. Like I said, if you dig around enough, you’re sure to come across a few pages that haven’t been transferred to the new format yet. There’s still a bit of work to do. But what an improvement, huh? From dull, drab, and unorganized…
…to colorful and streamlined. So much better!!
Addicted 2 Decorating is where I share my DIY and decorating journey as I remodel and decorate the 1948 fixer upper that my husband, Matt, and I bought in 2013. Matt has M.S. and is unable to do physical work, so I do the majority of the work on the house by myself. You can learn more about me here.
I hope you’ll join me on my DIY and decorating journey! If you want to follow my projects and progress, you can subscribe below and have each new post delivered to your email inbox. That way you’ll never miss a thing!