I’m a sucker for a home tour. I especially love when they aren’t by design-savvy blogger who are graced with unlimited interior design resources and talent.
We are pretty much all moved in here, so I thought I’d invite y’all over. Our place is small, so it won’t take long.
Come on in!
Welcome to myyyyyy house! The theme is: Matching is for Losers.
One step in the door and you’re in the living room, dining room, and ten steps from the kitchen! Cozy.
I can actually still vacuum the entire house without replugging the vacuum. I rarely vacuum anyways, but still..
When I saw this sign I thought, “This is exacty how I feel when Brad gets home!!” Then I saw it was in the pet decor section.
Pinterest Project #1. ^^
Most of our things are thrift store finds. My sister and mom call me a hoarder. I say, atleast I’m an organized hoarder!
Tired from all this walking? Turn around. You’re in the dinning “room!”
We set our home up with Evey in mind. All rooms -besides the bathroom- are baby safe- not with baby locks, but just in how they are organized. There’s nothing on the bottom of the bar cart or tables, everything in the kitchen cabinets is safe to explore, and all glassware is stowed away, up high. We don’t stop Evey from exploring things, and it’s nice to know no matter where she is in the house she can’t break anything or hurt herself.. easily..
Project #2: reupholster. ^^ Never again. ..but we do like how this little reading nook in the toy room turned out.
I appreciate that Evey has just enough toys that it only takes 60 seconds to pick up in here. Evey even started putting the books back on the shelf. Now I just need to teach her how to do the laundry.
Our room is next.
The woredrobe rack ^^ is project #3, and the last for now. Our home was built in 1951, so we have tiny closets (and tiny rooms)! With our floor bed and woredrobe, we look way more hipster than we are. (We’re not hip, at all!! It’s utility, people!)
Lastly, Evey’s room.
Things in here are very simplistic. It’s just a floor bed, some books for reading, and a few frames. We have a baby gate at the door that we shut at night. Although, Evey has been sleeping through the night these days in her big girl bed, which has been blissful!
One of the best parts to our house is the location. We are only a few blocks away from Chipotle (and other restaurants that I’m less obsessed with, like.. Five Guys, Brad’s favorite). We’re around the corner from Notre Dame- you can hardly get closer. It’s so bike and walk friendly- with the coolest on-campus park. AND we have the most generous, hilarious, and kind-hearted neighbor, Denise (Aunt Necie)! We really love it here.
That’s a wrap.