#SpringIntoHome Tour

Welcome to our Spring home tour! I’m so excited to partner with these amazing, talented women to share our homes – it has been so fun to welcome Spring with this project. I’ve teamed up with a few of my favorite designers Bria from Bria Hammel Interiors, Kelsey from Farmer’s Daughters Interiors, Claire from Centered by Design , and Meredith from View From My Heels.

We purchased our home over three years ago and fell in love the first time we walked in. The wraparound front porch and open floor plan immediately greeted our family and we knew it was “the one.” As with love, when you know you just know. But the process of moving in is ongoing; we’re still working on the upstairs and I’m looking forward to redoing the kitchen someday – slowly but surely we’re putting our touch on each room of the house.

The open floor plan and grand staircase were so welcoming that first time we entered the house. We’ve made several updates along the way including staining the floors and front door, painting the staircase and adding a runner, a fresh coat of paint throughout, wainscoting, and changing out all the light fixtures.

Rug | Entryway Table


The playroom used to be an office that we converted. We have an office upstairs off our master bedroom, and it has worked really nicely to have the playroom more central downstairs. The vintage pineapple tole chandelier is an Ebay find that I painted. Adding a chalkboard wall makes the perfect focal point for any picture day or rainy day art project.

Mirror | Playroom Rug | Playroom Table and Chairs | Giraffe


I like to bring the outdoors in, so I decorate with organic pieces a lot. This Spring I’ve done a refresh and lightened up in terms of color (I love blush, soft blues, and white), and then I bring in texture through baskets, rugs, and pillows.

Curtains | Curtain Rod | Garden Stool | Art Print

Chairs | Vases | Pillows | Light | Coffee Table | Joss & Main Tables


The family room needed a lot of TLC; we dry-walled the floor-to-ceiling brick fireplace and added custom built-ins. We spend the vast majority of our time as a family in the family room, so we’ve enjoyed every minute of these updates. Our living room got a fresh coat of paint and with a few simple coastal casual upgrades, it’s my favorite room to escape and relax when I can.

Blush Planter | Brass Shadow Boxes


Our kitchen nook is where we eat every meal – the picturesque windows let in such amazing morning light, we feel like we’re dining al fresco. Our kitchen table is another vintage find. Countless hours are spent here gathering whether it be for family meals, arts & crafts, or a glass of wine after a long day. The table is imperfectly perfect which symbolizes this stage in our lives right now. It has countless scratches, crayon and paint marks but I love that this table was once another families and it’s now a part of ours.

Light | Chairs | Joss & Main tables

If you weren’t already aware, I have something of an affinity for (or obsession with) pineapples. It’s definitely an influence from my mother, as pineapple wallpaper adorned our dining room walls growing up. They symbolize hospitality and make multiple appearances in our home, but my favorite is the pineapple wallpaper in our laundry room – it livens things up a bit and makes chores feel more cheery.

Wallpaper by Rifle Paper Co.

My philosophy of home is to surround yourself with things you love because it will truly embody your family and tell your story. I believe home and decor should be affordable and accessible to all.  Thanks for joining our home tour – I’m so excited to be part of it and to share some of our home with you. And I’m really excited to see what these other ladies are sharing in the coming weeks, so stay tuned!












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