Home Tour

"Love grows best in little houses, with fewer walls to separate. Where you eat and sleep so close together, you can't help but communicate. And if we had more room between us, think of all we'd miss. Love grows best in houses just like this."

Welcome to our home tour! Of course, every room is still a "work in progress" and I still have tons of plans throughout the house.

Underneath each room I have included links to posts that you may find helpful, but if you have any questions on something not listed please don't hesitate to reach out and ask!

Living Room
(Before)
 
(Today)






Kitchen
(Before)
(Today)






Dining Room
(Before)

(Today)




Upstairs Hallway
(Before)
(Today) 



Hall Bathroom
(Before)
(Today)






Master Bedroom
(Before)
(Today)







Tristan's Room
(Before)
(Today)

Lucas' Room
(Before)
(Today)


17 comments:

  1. Your home is beautiful! I adore the brown and turquoise theme you have. I too am partial to pops of turquoise, it is so cheery.

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  2. Absolutely beautiful home!!! You have done a fantastic job! :)
    Brooke Riley~Re-Fabbed

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  3. Your home is lovely! I especially like the colours and the floating wood shelves in the dining space. Thanks for the tour.

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    1. Thanks! I really need to take some updated pics but have had trouble getting around to it haha!

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  4. Hello, Love your house & the colors! Where did you get the hooks for the bathroom that have hot & cold on them? So cute!

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    1. Thank you! I got them at Hobby Lobby. They put knobs on sale for 50% every week or so :)

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    2. I love everything! Do you mind me asking what color paint you used for the bathroom with the smaller vanity?

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    3. Thank you! It's called Polished Smoky Pearl by Glidden. It's not online but can be found in Walmart stores :)

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  5. I am obsessed with your house. This is what I can call simple, sober and classy. It is looking beautiful only because of white color. Great idea!

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  6. So beautiful!! Well done. I love your color scheme - it just breathes calm, peace, serenity. We all need more of that!

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  7. I can not believe how much our style is alike... It's kind of freaking me out. LOL All of my plans that I have for our home are somewhere in your home already. You're way ahead of me in the process but I'll get there eventually. So beautiful and inspires me to get on with my own renovations and plans.

    Thanks for sharing!!

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    1. Haha I just said the same thing about our styles on the other comment thread! It has been a slow learn as you go process for sure, but the journey is half the fun! :)

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  8. Bravo! I love the way you take every day items and use those in different way. Just really pretty and clean and bright!

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  9. Seriously very beautiful and inspires me to get on with my own renovations and plans. Thanks for sharing such an amazing information.

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  10. hi there how do you make your floating shelves in a row of 3 there beautiful . I have currently moved into my new house and getting married next year , I can plan my wedding fine but tying to get my house the way I want it is super hard . I have a big kitchen with lost of space. what do is amazing . I love your style very talented ..... hollie

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    1. Thank you for the kind words! The tutorial can be found here: http://www.simplybeautifulbyangela.com/2015/03/diy-floating-shelves-reveal.html?m=1

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I appreciate all of your wonderful comments :)

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