The other day I was walking through our home renovation and hit me how many design decisions are coming my way. Some mad pinning and Instagram scrolling later… And here I am. I’ve narrowed down my top inspiration to some key elements I want to bring into my home decor plan from the kitchen to
I have been holding out on you all. It’s been a bit since I shared what we’ve learned so far in our home renovation project. Those of you who follow me on Instagram have seen some behind the scenes, and know our project is finally moving again! AND big changes are happening this week. Long
I owe you guys a long overdue update on how our renovation is going. I’ve hesitated on sharing any updates waiting for pictures or news to share that felt like a big deal. To state the obvious, it’s been really slow!…and frustrating…and…educational..wearing…and again SLOW. While I wallow over here about our family bunking up with my
If you didn’t already want to move to Charleston, South Carolina, this charming ranch renovation will do it. You guys may remember my friend from Salt Marsh Renovations, who helped us update our basement flooring when we first moved into our house. This remodeled home in Old Town, Mount Pleasant is the team’s latest project,
The best thing about our renovations moving much slower than expected is the time I’ve now had to let my design choices “soak in.” One of the hardest things about decorating is choosing a style that’s going to stand the test of time, but also one that won’t feel boring or dated at the on-set.
[show_shopthepost_widget id=”2694810″] I’ve spent the past month traveling to tropical places for friend’s weddings and it’s showing in the design that I’m loving right now.
This modern farmhouse is one of my favorite home tours these days striking the difficult balance of practical and pretty. It’s structured spaces are filled with character and vintage details while still looking livable.
\\ Shop The Post // [show_shopthepost_widget id=”2684252″] Spending the majority of last weekend outdoors in Sedona, AZ really made me ready for patio season (and more vacation). The next few weeks of May will be porch gold in Atlanta.