About meesh

Meesh has a passion for people, creative projects, and technology. She enjoys painting furniture back to life, gardening, playing with her kids, and connecting people.

A warm, inviting French country kitchen

Meesh Pierce shares the inspirations for her French country kitchen in Wyoming.

Intro to mas d’étoile :: French Country Farmhouse in Wyoming

I set out to build a custom Provence-style country home in Wyoming. I was super lucky to have met the most exceptional builder, Billy Esperson. This marks the beginning of several posts discussing our process and how we built this beautiful home.

Dr. Bita Bagheri – Orange County Dermatologist

There’s a funny thing in life called fate. I met Bita during our college days at Penn. I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I lived in a house with 4 other women in West Philly, Bita being one of them. Bita is an enigma. Photographic memory. Terrible driver. Very much like […]

Hello, ladybugs!

I released 1500 ladybugs into the garden today! Here are some extreme closeups of them. imeeshu.com

Rustic mid-century inspired dining table

How to paint new wood to look like weathered, rustic wood.

Orchids 101

I’ve always loved orchids, but was always intimidated by them. Last year, a neighbor gave me the most gorgeous Phalaenopsis orchid (the most common variety you see at grocery stores), stuck it in a southwest facing window nook and it bloomed for nearly a year! I thought “Self, you’re good at this!” Then….I stumbled upon […]

Transplanting potted plants to Kratky hydroponics

Did you know that It’s possible to transplant plants grown in soil into hydroponics systems? Yes, and it works!

DIY hanging bromeliad

I saw this at a very fancy nursery about 6 months ago. Instead of plunking down $60 for it, I took a bromeliad I already had and used some decorative moss and twine to replicate the hanging beauty. This was an inexpensive experiment that has survived the past 6 months and continues to look pretty […]

Harvesting and germinating rose seeds

Come along as I germinate some rose seeds!

Rooting Brussels Sprouts

I love Brussels sprouts. Please move on if you don’t…b/c this post is all about them and some uber-nerd techniques that I’m testing in the garden. Here’s my favorite sweet and spicy Chinese-style recipe. YUM! Naturally, I figured I should try to grow them…b/c why not? These are some of the coolest plants I’ve ever grown. […]

Salt Wash tutorial :: mirror mirror on the wall

I love how Salt Wash makes a piece really look old and chippy. The textured layers allow more paint to poke through. Here’s my tutorial for Salt Wash. Enjoy!

Secretary desks :: not just for secretaries

Painted secretary desk in Annie sloan Louis Blue and a custom wash. Details on imeeshu.com

A beginner’s guide to hydroponics

Ok, who’s ready to go on this hydroponic adventure with me? I’ve been working ridiculous hours the past couple of years and have completely neglected my veggies! So I’m on a mission to restore them and get a greenhouse to protect them from the rabbits, rats, and snails! I’ve spent the better part of the […]

Bella Luna Yacht Charter :: So Cal luxury

We were headed to a wedding in Santa Barbara and decided to take a slight detour to visit some friends on their gorgeous yacht, Bella Luna. They’re located in the Channel Islands Harbor and host guests for day excursions for fishing, whale watching, and up close and personal tours of the beautiful Channel Islands. While […]

Using Saltwash to create a vintage beachy look

When we first moved to this house, I decided to paint a bathroom orange. Why orange? I don’t know why. It just felt right. And now…it feels oh so wrong. So…I’m on a mission. Naturally, I start on Craigslist to find the perfect vanity. But there’s something about this glaze that wasn’t sitting well with me. […]