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Room to Grow | The Girls' Room Tour

I love that my children share bedrooms, even when it causes friction about personal space and ownership. Which. It. Does. For instance, Blythe prefers neat and tidy spaces and values privacy. Olive on the other hand, values playful fun and…

the slow renovation | a small, white bathroom

I realize white for the home may seem rather dull or unoriginal, but I love it unashamedly, especially in small spaces with ample natural light. It always looks fresh and broadens the visual space, and I knew from the moment we purchased…
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the slow unfolding work of home and heart

We moved into our cozy 1920s home two years ago this month, although it hardly feels two years of work have passed. When we purchased the property, the house was neglected and unsavory, stained from leaky faucets and uncleaned dirt. Indoors,…

on creating spaces for kids | the girls' room tour

When we first bought this home last year, several large projects needed our immediate attention, meaning repairing leaks and holes and years of abandonment had to begin before we addressed any of our more aesthetic wants. Our children loved…

on shared rooms, bed-making, and bedding

Our boys have shared a room since their crib days, something I will always cherish for them. Through their childhood, it has given them someone to share a funny last joke with at night or someone to build Legos with on the floor. In other…

our kitchen inspiration

Mark and I dry-fit our kitchen cabinets today, and I'll admit it was wonderful seeing some more of our vision for this space come together. I'll share more pictures of the progress soon, but for now I thought it might be fun to share some of…

kitchen phase 02 | tear it out

When we first bought the house, the kitchen was dark and ugly. The faucet leaked incessantly so that the sealant around the sink wouldn't hold. Although the space was decently sized, there was barely any counter space, half of which we allotted…

kitchen phase 01 | paint it white

As most of you know, we closed on a new (very old) home on Valentine's Day of this year. Covered in 50 year old dingy carpet, layers of aged wallpaper, a pink bathroom, a dark, inefficient kitchen, and a yard overgrowing it all, this 100…