Happy Monday everyone! K. You know how when you click on my blog there is a green menu bar at the top and on the left side there are the words “House Tour?” And you click on it only to find there’s nothing there but a “coming soon!” Well it finally came! So happy to report that I spent a good amount of time last week and this weekend rounding up pics I’ve shared on the blog and putting them all together to create a house tour. YEA. That little project has been on my to-do list for oh.. about a year since I made the move to WordPress. Ha!
Just because I’m organized doesn’t mean I don’t procrastinate. :)
If you read my blog regularly you’ve seen all of these pics at some point. Just nice to now finally have them all in one place! Aside from links to each full post, I also included links at the bottom of the house tour to a few of our building posts. Fun to look back and see how far things have come. More for me than for you I’m sure. But when decorating feels like it’s going slow, it’s nice to be reminded that not that long ago we were walking through frames and sheetrock. :)
Enjoy the tour everyone! You can check it out HERE. Or by clicking “House Tour” on the menu bar.
Now.. for that “About Me” page… it’s coming.
24 thoughts on “House Tour is finally on the blog!”
Whooohooo! Good for you, Erin! Every little step helps you get where you want to be. Was fun scrolling through the pictures. You’ve made some awesome progress on the house. Have a great day!
Thanks Jeanne! Still so much to do but yes! Any progress is good progress, right? :) Hope you’re having a good week! xo
Wow, that last before and after photo of the back of your house is awesome!!
Beautiful, beautiful home!
Thank you so much Kathy! xo
Can you tell me if your entertainment center in the family room was a built in or if not where did you get it
Hi Shelley! It was. I designed it and my cabinet guy made it for me. xo
No bedrooms? Or are those too personal?
Not at all Lindsey! Just haven’t photographed them yet.
I have watched you build your house. I remember when it was just a piece of land. It has come so far. You really paid attention to every detail. It is beautiful. I love your decor and your backyard is stunning. I am in the middle of having our home painted. I tend to do things a little backwards. :) I just could not find a color that I loved. Oh well, slow and steady wins the race.
I know Cathy! You have been with me through it all! A true friend and your support means so much to me. I don’t think there is a backwards when it comes to home design and decor. I just half way decorated our bedroom and now I’m repainting it! For the same reason! So we are painting together. :) If slow and steady wins the race the two of us are gold medalists for sure. ;) xo
Whoa…I can see why that took so much time to put together! That’s an awesome home tour! Although I’ve seen those photos before, it’s so nice that they are all gathered in one post! Great job! And your home is to die for. Well, not really, because if you die then you can’t really enjoy it. Such a weird expression, don’t you think? To Live For is a much better expression. LOL
Thank you Katrina! You are too kind. And funny! You always make me laugh! I like your expression MUCH better. ;) xo
I would like to thank you for this beautiful post. Man this interior is breath taking, the one can live in that room for life.
It looks lovely, Erin, just as we’ve all come to expect with your decorating talents! I’m with you, good faux greenery is definitely an investment when it gets used year after year!
Thank you Carol! You are the sweetest. Totally agree! A great investment! :)
Hi Erin, I’d really like to know what paint colour you’ve used for your front door. Thanks, Elona (all the way from Melbourne Australia).
Hi Elona! It’s “Black” by Dunn Edwards. Super creative right? ;) xo
I stumbled across your blog and fell in love with your home!! There are many things that capture my eye as we are in the process of picking finishes for our home as well! Would you be so kind as to share your living area paint colors (trim and wall)? I’m also wondering if your quartz is Cambria Torquay? In the bathrooms I noticed you have a built in tub (hard to choose between that and stand alone!) and am wondering what the surround is comprised of-it looks as if you its a single piece instead of tiles! I can’t get over how gorgeous it is and how well thought out-the feel of it is just perfect! You did an amazing job! Thanks so much!
Thank you so much Samantha! My main living room grey is Seattle by Frazee. Love that color! The trim is Arothane White 001 (also Frazee). The kitchen quartz is Organic White but we have Cambria Torquay in two bathrooms and I love that too! I was so torn on a built in tub vs. stand alone, but I love to take baths and the stand alone tubs (while gorgeous) just aren’t as comfortable. A marble slab surrounds the tub with marble subway tile around it. Good luck finishing your home! So exciting! :) xo
Have you listed your paint colors for the exterior anywhere? I’m sure you’ve already answered this question a hundred times! Thank you!
Hi Nicole! Our exterior was a custom mix! Sorry that’s not much help! xo
Absolutely beautiful home! Would love to know the exterior paint color of the siding and the white trim color. Currently building a home and love your colors!
Thank you Jessica! I’m working on a post right now that includes all of my paint colors! Will be up on the blog Monday or Tuesday so check back! :) xo