Home Tours

Jessica Honegger’s Cozy and Eclectic Pool Room Reveal

This interview with Jessica Honegger embodies precisely why she is one of my favorite people. No matter what it is, whether discussing a recent home remodel, raising children, marriage or any number of other topics, you get all of her. You get all of her wisdom, experience, pitfalls and thoughtfulness and it’s all so good. Jessica and her husband, Joe, recently completed phase 1 of their 1970’s ranch home remodel here in Austin, Texas and are currently knee-deep in phase 2. We decided to reveal the pool room first because it feels …

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Designers Tell All || Christine Turknett of Breathe Design Studio

Hey friends! It’s Sara here, sharing a fun new series I’ve been working on for you guys. See, back when I first chatted with Jen about being the Home Editor for this awesome blog, my biggest goal was to expose the internet world to amazing design and killer designers–beyond just the pages of Pinterest. As a designer, it is really easy for our hard work to get lost in a sea of dizzying images on Instagram, and even though I absolutely adore the likes of Emily Henderson, Nate Berkus and Joanna Gaines, I promise you, there are other …

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One Dining Room Table, Three Ways

Next month will mark 5 years since we moved back to Austin from Los Angeles. To be honest, the time has flown! It does not feel like we have been here this long. When we left L.A., we sold our dining room table. We weren’t sure we would have any place to store it here while we were searching for a rental and we were really hoping to get something bigger anyways. Once we were settled in our rental home, it was the very first big purchase we made! We went with this Corbett Table from Room & Board in Walnut in the 82″ length and …

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Lauren and Chase’s Master Bathroom Remodel Reveal

Before we jump into shower heads, tile selections and all things master bathroom remodel, I (Lauren) feel some background is necessary. In November of 2018, Chase and I bought our second fixer upper home (Yes, we may in fact be crazy). You can see a tour of our first home here. After quite a few months of casually house shopping, a 1970’s house in a great location came up and we couldn’t not go for it. It just had too much potential. In Austin the process of buying a home goes a little something like this: a house lists on Friday, you see …

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