Home Tours

Our Austin Casa || Parker’s Bedroom Reveal

A little back story on this room: Parker transitioned out of her crib on the early side, right as she turned two. She wasn’t climbing out of her crib yet, but she was screaming to get out of that wooden fortress and begging to sleep on the floor. When I would make her palette beds out of blankets and pillows on the floor, she would sleep great. When I would insist she sleep in her crib, not so much.  Which is how we ended up spontaneously buying an inexpensive toddler bed (which you can see here) just two months before we moved from …

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Shannon’s Vintage Whimsical Shared Girls Room

My dreams of a shared girls room began long before I bit into that cupcake with saturated pink center.  As soon as we began talking about baby #2, I secretly hoped that there was another girl in our future and that P would have a sister.  While we aren’t yet ready to transition them into the same room, there are two beds being delivered this weekend for Parker’s room.  The hope is that one day there will be whispering and giggling happening between those two beds, that I will have to holler up the stairs, “You two go to …

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Home Tours || Shannon’s Eclectic Vintage Family Room

Remember when we featured this incredible boys room?  (I’m still dreaming of that wallpaper and delicious color palette!)  Well, Shannon of Shannon Eddings Interiors is back today and this time she’s sharing her stylishly curated and incredibly practical family room with us.  I rarely call living rooms family rooms, but this room is just that.  She’s managed to make a space just as conducive for lounging, glasses of wine and adult conversation as it is for three rowdy kiddos that also call this place home.  Keep reading …

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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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