A tour of our home

Since moving into our home in late October, we have made slow, but steady progress.  I wanted to create a little “tour” for you to see our work in progress.  
We enter the home through our garage.  You’re friends, right?  Why don’t we do the same here!  Laundry Room / Mudroom
Next, you enter the hearth room.  This fireplace was once red.  The girls and I tend to hang out here in the morning.  We enjoy looking out the window – I love that there is no tv in here.  It’s cozy any time of the year.

Furniture was removed from the room for our KC Star photo shoot.
Next, you enter the kitchen.  Oh the things I’d love to do in this room!  Countertops please!  Still, for the little we spent {$5, dishwasher makeover, $100 hardware, $150 on light fixtures, paint and custom hardwoods}, I can’t complain!

This sideboard sits between our kitchen and hearth room.  It currently holds our linens and accessories and serves as a message center.  When we have guests, it makes a great beverage or dessert bar.
My office is just off the kitchen and has a private entrance.  It overlooks beautiful gardens.  Updates coming soon.
Nestled between the kitchen and living room is the half bath we remodeled ourselves for $700!  
Living Room – coming soon
Dining room – coming soon
Now we’ve come full circle to the entryway or foyer, you know, where most people would enter the home! 
Adalyn’s bedroom – coming soon
The girls’ bathroom
In the morning and evenings, you’ll find the whole family piled up in the master bedroom.  It’s like our little retreat.  We read books, put on pi’s, and just hang out before bedtime.
I chose our home largely because of the walkout basement.  We recently finished a guest suite from an unconventional space.  It is full of DIY projects and ideas.  I share my tips on what to include in a guest bedroom…
Writing this has reminded me of all the little projects I want to complete.  Until then….

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