12.18.2015

our home tour + roundup of our home update posts

As of about 11:15pm on Wednesday night, we closed the doors to our first home for the last time. I really didn't think I would be sad since we had only been there for a little over a year and I didn't think I had an attachment to it, but it was pretty emotional to see the walls and floors completely barren. It was the first place we've owned and were able to put our ideas and sweat into. We turned it from a  house into our home. 

We were ready to move, though. So by the time we got back to the new house, the sadness was all over, thankfully. Although I promise you that I'll be avoiding our old neighborhood because it would make me awfully sad to see new cars in the driveway. Ok, can't even think about that. 

I thought this would be a great time to share our "home tour." If you've been around for a while, then you've probably seen a lot of these photos, but not all of them—and not all at once. ;)



































And just for fun, here are blog posts of our home from the time we moved in until recently! Lots of before and afters. Changing out those golden walls was so worth the 17 paint samples. Also, if there is something you're wanting sourced that you can see in the photos above, you might just find that item linked in the coordinating blog post below!


Goodbye, first home!

3 comments:

  1. I love this color palette and a lot of your decor choices - currently in the process of renovating and redecorating our home, and this post gave me some good ideas! Best wishes to you on your new adventures (new home, new baby ... ;))

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  2. Such a beautiful space Megan! I’m sure y’alls new place will be just as gorgeous!

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  3. Do you do remote styling to Hawaii?! Seriously I LOVE your style!! :)

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