Real comfort, visual and physical, is vital to every room. Mark Hampton, designer Since moving into our home almost four years ago, we’ve been been working on customizing our rather basic builder grade home. When we were designing our home with the builder, we opted for putting more money upfront toward increasing the square footage…… Continue reading Slow, Repose, Nurture: Our Master Bedroom Makeover
Category: Building a Home
While God builds up our family, we are also literally building our forever home. Follow our journey here with occasion interior design posts sprinkled in.
Our Home Entryway Refresh
Here we are at another weekend, just like that. Last week I used up a week’s worth of much needed PTO, and I can’t stress just how grateful and necessary that time off was for me. Days leading up to my time off, Jon and I created and arranged a bunch of sticky notes under…… Continue reading Our Home Entryway Refresh
Tackling the Gallery Wall with Ease
The Perez household has been celebrating all day long. First, I can now say with confidence that James is officially potty trained. The entire process, which included bouts of starting and stopping, was a long and arduous one. My husband and I learned in recent weeks, based on James’ advances, that he was simply not…… Continue reading Tackling the Gallery Wall with Ease
Our Home That Tells a Story
Our house is typically most uncluttered after the kids go down for the night. Depending on how tired we are by evening, and if the kids don’t clean up before bedtime, the house may remain disheveled. Dishes, pots & pans may even get stacked up in the sink or on the counters. Deep down what…… Continue reading Our Home That Tells a Story
The In-Betweens of Life’s Happenings
Sitting at this table and looking at both these flowers and my coffee brewing in the French press had me reflecting in the four minutes it took before I poured my coffee in the mug was that everything still happens as it would, regardless of the pace.