apart of her amazing Home Tour Series.
participate, thank you so much Debbie! 🙂
and I share this home with my sweet hubby and four
girl’s, ages 12, 11, 10, and 8. We purchased this home last May.
Our home is 3685 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, with a basement
and bonus room. The first room I would like to share is the
kitchen, the heart of the home, I always like to say! 😉 Our kitchen is
small, but cozy!
window to make it a focal point.
I’ve been slowly incorporating earthy Tuscan colors here and
Dining Room table which is so much fun to decorate through the
seasons. As you can see in the photo, the ladder is all decked for
add that fresh pop of spring color!
ribbon and it ties in nicely with the floral picks on top of
Sitting beneath the ladder is like having breakfast, lunch, and
dinner under a canopy of flowers.
others blogs for decorating inspiration!
each day…Your Masterpiece! It’s a great reminder to make the best of
each day. 🙂
it was purely by accident, I promise you! My hubby placed an
order for everything in Theater 1 (audio, video, speakers, surround
sound, etc.. etc..) and then began to have the dreaded buyers remorse,
so he went on Craigslist to see if there were any less expensive deals.
Guess what happened, he found a gentlemen that was moving and
selling his ENTIRE theater system for next to nothing. It was such a
good deal, we couldn’t pass it up. We went to the mans house and bought
his whole system “assuming” we could cancel our order we just placed,
just a few hours before. WRONG! So, the rest is history, we were stuck
with two theater systems. We had an
empty basement and decided to set up shop with Theater #2.
Below is Theater #1…
together listening to music and watching movies!
opposed to going to the movies!
basement. There is also a TV for regular TV watching, so we don’t
burn out the bulbs on the projector! 😉
when you know where everything is and everything has it’s own place. 🙂
This is where all the magic happens.
Whenever I feel the need to change things up around the house I
always run down to my basement shop, as I like to call it, and
look for items I
may want to decorate with.
in stack-able bins, which made searching for things very
difficult. Adding storage shelving made it so much easier!
Well, this concludes our home tour. Thank you all for visiting,
and thank you for having me Debbie! 🙂 XO ~Liz
Hop on over and say Hello to the sweet and ever so talented Liz!
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