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2019-11-02

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  Happy new week, my friends! It’s wonderful to have you here today as much as it is good to have my friend Debra of Debra Lynn Henno (previously featured here) on our “Beautiful Homes of Instagram” series. Here, she talks more about her inspiring California home that recently went through a renovation: “We built our home over 25 years ago with a functional, family home as the goal! Our four-bedroom, four-bath, office and guesthouse, is set in the Santa Ynez Valley- Wine Country, recently upgraded with a updated traditional / new transitional style.The soft color palette used for the...

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European Mudroom Floor Plans

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Explore The Enchanted Home’s board “Mad for mudrooms”, followed by 30470 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Laundry Room, Entrance hall, Entry . Whimsical bird-print wallpaper transforms a mudroom by TR Building White Oak Floor for Your Home Decor #homeremedies #homedecorideas #homedecor . Mud room. Collection by Christie Clark. entry ideas, storage, doors, floors, etc . The workhorse of the home … the Mudroom Mud Rooms, Rustic Bench, . Oct 28, 2011 – A mud room is there waiting as the first thing to greet us when we are . As I am planning my own, I am starting to think a...

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This traditional New England–style country home, designed by famed Southern architect Lewis Crook, was built in the 1930s

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Architect Caroline Reu Rolader worked to modernize the structure while keeping the elegance of the historic design. Family dog Jax sits on the front stoop. Photograph by Rustic White When John and Greer Tirrill discovered a 1930s Buckhead estate by famed Southern architect Lewis Crook, they saw its beautiful bones, beyond some obvious quirks—sloping upstairs showers, a dungeon-like basement, and a dilapidated cabin on the 2.3-acre lot among them. To achieve a livable, family-friendly home that both paid homage to its history and worked for modern living, they embarked on a significant renovation with the help of architect Caroline Reu...

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Let me preface this by saying that I never intended to make a blog post of this, I strictly took these photos to send to my mom so that she may have some sort of satisfaction in that ANYthing she taught me about organization actually stuck

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I’ll also preface by admitting that I am not in any way an organized person by nature. I’m more like a tornado whirling through my home as fast as possible so that I can move on to things that I find more enjoyable. I have found that over the years and in marriage and with kids I’ve sort of been forced to figure out organizational solutions strictly out of necessity because 4 unorganized people in one home could make anyone go crazy. One of my biggest pain points lately has been my bathroom. It had gotten out of control and...

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