Home Tours

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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Chase and Lauren’s 1970’s Living Room Before and After

If you enjoy a good renovation story, this 1970’s living room before and after is for you! Keep reading for all of the juicy details– paint colors, tile selections and so much more! If you’ve been following along, you’ve already seen an inside look our remodel. (If not, start here, then go here!) We have finally landed in our living spaces, which honestly came together pretty quickly since there wasn’t much cosmetic work in these rooms, but those finishing touches always take a bit of time. Keep reading for the full …

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Home Interior Design Ideas- How to Create A Cohesive Look

These interior design ideas are sure to get your creative juices flowing! Get top tips from amazing interior designers on how to create a cohesive look throughout your home. There are so many great ideas here to get started, build a style board and create a whole new look! This topic is something that I have been thinking about for months now and I hope you find the tips and tricks from the wonderful designers we talked to as valuable as I did!  Since June (crazy!) we’ve been working on designing and building our new home here in …

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Porter’s Boyish Vintage Kids Room

Kids rooms are funny.  From the moment I found out I was pregnant with Parker, I began thinking about how I wanted to decorate the nursery.  Then she was born and it felt like it was immediately and constantly evolving.  She was out of her crib by two, her bookshelves were hung so high that they were out of her reach and felt impractical, and toys and daily essentials felt like they were being retired and replaced on a monthly basis.  When I first stepped into Porter’s room, I immediately gravitated towards everything. (Which is no …

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