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Good morning! Since the last house tour I did was back in December, I wanted to stop by and share more recent photos of our home. If you’ve followed me for a while, you know things don’t stay the same around here for very long. I’m very compulsive when it comes to switching furniture and decor! Always something new around here. Perks of this hobby-job, I suppose! While I won’t be able to take the time to source items in each room, I can assure you, if you’re curious, it’s either thrifted/second-hand or from TJ Maxx or Ross. Those are my favorite places to shop and the best place to find unique items. Decorating is something I really enjoy, so it’s always fun to stage and capture this love in photograph. I hope you enjoy! Xo!
First up: Our living room,
or as my boys say, “Momma’s pretty room”.
Home to my tufted white couch (Craigslist) and my vintage crystal chandelier Mr. Keller bought for my birthday one year.
I recently added the vintage wooden armoire to this room. At first I wasn’t sure if I liked it too well in this room, but I think it balances out the formality the chandelier and couch add.
Our Entryway is pretty small and simple, but it’s nice to have a table to switch out decor with seasons. For a while there, I only had a halltree. I’m happy to have a table here in this space again.
Next is our dining room, which has seen a few recent changes, as well. Curtains, slipcovers, light fixture, and a new (old) hutch.
Where we spend most of our time — there’s usually an array of legos and star wars figures scattered on the floor, which is just the way I like it.
Mr. Keller installed wood planks in this room and the entry way for me for Christmas and I love love love them! The boys thought it was funny how excited I was that Santa brought me a nail gun and a big stack of pine wood.
My white-on white-on white kitchen, which I have never once regretted! I remember a few years ago when we had just moved in and I posted photos here, someone commented how our kitchen looked sterile like a hospital. I thought it was funny comment and haven’t forgot it. I know white isn’t for everyone, but it most definitely is for me. You know you’ve made the right design decision when a few years down the road, you’d do it all the same. And I would. I love my kitchen.
I found this etched glass cake stand at Goodwill last week and I’m head over heels, you guys. It is the most gorgeous thing!
A vintage linen curtain from my friend and fellow WildHare vendor Alice. She has the best stash of stuff, especially linens. Her booth is always my favorite!
These curtains have moved rooms several times, which is funny because they were a random clearance purchase years ago at Tuesday Morning. I love them now because they are cotton, very sheer and extra extra long. I think they were like $5.00 a panel, or something. A very good deal!
Here’s a few photos of our office. It’s a fairly small room, but I spend quite a bit of time in here. My sweet friend Jamie Helmandollar handpainted my Vintage Farm sign for me. I found the piece of metal several years ago and hauled it around for so long until I finally decided to do something great with it. I love it!
This french laundry basket was thrifted in Boise several years ago. It was on display, but I worked my negotiation skills and begged and pleaded, and at last, the manager agreed he’s sell it to me if I went and bought him a different basket for his display. So I did!
And lastly, here’s a few photos of our bedroom, which has always been such a difficult space for me to decorate for some reason. Recently, I’ve found a few great decor pieces to add to this space, so I think, at last, I like it okay!