Our New House – First Floor

My favorite space in our new house is the sunroom.

It’s straight ahead when you walk through the front door, and our back door leads outside on the left side of it. On the right side of the room, there’s a large storage closet and a half bath.

Here’s a shot of the bathroom:

Can’t wait to cottage it up!

The first thing we moved into the sun room from our old house was our piano. And when I say, “we”, I mean- professional piano movers.

The second thing we moved in there was window treatments…a.k.a- a roll of brown Kraft paper and some painters tape.

There are a few important things missing from this house. None of the kitchen or bathroom cabinets have shelves in them, and none of the windows have window treatments on them. We haven’t decided how we’re going to permanently handle either of these issues yet, but the Kraft paper taped to the bottom half of some of our windows seems to be doing the privacy trick for now.

If you look to the left when you come through the front door, you see the living room.

And if you’re anything like me and Kev, you see a wall full of white-painted built-in cabinetry and a total fireplace makeover, too- ha!

If you look to the right when you come through the front door, you see the kitchen.

It’s small, but it’ll work fine for us, and there’s a generous pantry off to the left side of it. Right now, everything is pretty neutral, neutral, neutral, and new, new, new- so we look forward to injecting some cottage-style character in there in the future.

Our pets have been adjusting to the new house pretty well. They LOVE sunning on the sun room floor in the morning.

Tomorrow, Kit-Cat and I look forward to blogging about the upstairs.

He should have it all sniffed out by then.

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Comments

  1. MimiG says

    So excited for y’all. And that back door – fabulous. Can’t wait to see what you do in each room. Your “make do” is usually better than my full blown plan!

  2. says

    I’m always SO JEALOUS of people with sunrooms! I LOVE LOVE LOVE it! When I have my 3rd kid can I come use it for baby pics? I can’t figure out a single place in my home with enough light to do it! :(

    Can’t wait to see upstairs!

  3. Dana says

    YAY!!! Kit-Cat has a cat walk! I LOVE the tall windows and the sun room. I can’t wait to see what you do. Congratulations!

  4. says

    What a fun new adventure you’re on! It looks like you have a great blank slate to pretty up – looking forward to watching your progress…
    gena

  5. Cindy Logan says

    I suggest that since the cabinets do not have shelves in them it would be a great opportunity to build slide out shelves. Kevin might enjoy that and it would make a great blog post too. I want to make some for my cabinets. Yhe motivation of not having any shelves would maybe get me moving on that.

  6. says

    Congrats on the new home! I love it already! It has good bones and the curb appeal is fabulous. Plus what matters most is that you love the neighborhood. We learned the hard way that you pick your neighborhood first, house second. We are finally in a home that needs some updating but we know we will never leave because we love the neighborhood so much. Our last home was the opposite. We loved the house, but no matter how much improvement we made, the neighborhood just ruined it for us. So happy for you guys! Looks like the perfect place to build your family.

    • says

      Yes Shelly. “Location, location, location” is sooo true. We thought about selling last year (so glad we didn’t!!) but after looking at over 1000 places, online and/or in person, we found 1 place we loved and would have been perfect for us in every way. Except the neighborhood. Just couldn’t get past it. Now that we have our major “issues” taken care of here we are so happy that we stayed. We would have been kicking ourselves for letting our gem go. I’m talking major kicking! ;)

  7. Louise says

    It’s gorgeous! Can’t wait to see what you do with it! Thanks so much for sharing these pics! Your blog is incredible! Don’t understand how you find the time to put it all together!

  8. Jen says

    With two little ones, window coverings were a must when we moved, so got temporary paper accordion blinds from Home Depot for windows that didn’t need blackout, and then the blackout version for the bedrooms. They’re usually near the paint section of big box stores. Not as inexpensive as kraft paper, but they did the trick for us…actually took us 3 years to get them down from our bedroom windows (oops).

  9. Rebekah T says

    WOW! What a beautiful house from the outside. Can’t wait to see your updates to the inside and see your visions come to life. Have fun making this new house your “home”.

  10. says

    Oh my goodness – it’s gorgeous!!!!! I think it’s great the way that it is, but I know you and Kevin are going to bring that place to a whole nother level!!! Can’t wait to see!!!! I’m on the edge of my seat :) Congratulations <3

  11. Nell says

    Can’t wait to see what you all do! It’s a pretty house and will be even better with your cottage touches.

  12. says

    Wow – neutral is good to start with, right? The house has great “bones” – I know you will wave your magic wand and make it a cottage-y home. Can’t wait to see the transformation to The All-New Lettered Cottage! =)

  13. Crystal says

    omg.. it’s gorgeous already!!! I cannot wait to see how you both spruce it up even more! Yay! So exciting!!!

  14. Genny says

    Your new home is truly lovely! It’s so new and nice and even though you want to make lots of changes, you have sooooooo much to work with! Have a ball doing it!

  15. Emily Kephart says

    so cute I love your new home so far. Congratulations, and many blessings to you and your husband.

  16. says

    So nice! Our house came with a perfectly new and nice and oh so neutral kitchen, too. I’m not sure when I’ll be able to bring myself to rip out something so….not bad and serviceable. Looking forward to seeing what you do with yours and working up my bravery!

  17. kelly cornelsen says

    Love your new house! Congratulations! I can’t wait to see how you make it your own. I know it will be WONDERFUL!!!!!! We have a “new old” house in Arkansas. Your house would fit right in. Enjoy! Post lots and lots of pics!

  18. Linda@NothingButBlueSkyes says

    THIS was a a foreclosure?? That word means something extremely different up here in New York! Congratulations and many blessings!

  19. MoeWest says

    Congratulations! I love all the windows and the open concept. Wood floors are great. I’m not a fan of carpet. The sink in the half bath is so unique and lovely.

  20. says

    Ooo, I just love the house. I would love to see what is done there. I see rag rugs, bead board, lovely shelving, repurposed lace tablecloths in the windows. The best part is that you have a clean slate to do whatever you want with it. I love the little windows on the fireplace wall, and the lovely hardwood floors. You do such lovely work I know it will turn out just great.

  21. says

    I feel like we’re ALL about to embark on a fun new adventure with you! Can’t wait to see what you do to ‘cottage it up’ …hopefully it will impart some bravery on me to begin my own cottagey makeovers! It’s the look I love, but for some reason I’m scared to begin!

    I think some “Pick My Presto” virtual make-overs of your new house should be next!! ;) That white wall of bookcases and the fireplace makeover would be a great place to start!

    Have fun on your new ‘adventure’!! :)

  22. says

    I’m with you on the built in cabinets, they left the perfect space for them! We have them in our house and I love them! Can’t wait to see all your creativity :)

  23. says

    Congrats on the new house! That wall of windows in the sunroom is simply stunning, I can see why it’s your favorite spot, Layla. :) Do the windows happen to have a manufacturer name on them anywhere? I’m on the hunt for classic-looking 2-over-2 windows for an upcoming farmhouse reno and I’ve not had much luck trolling the Internet. Thanks!

  24. Amanda says

    LOVE IT! And love that it’s a two story :) we’ve decided our next house will be as well. Can’t wait to see photos of your style infused into the house. Congrats again!

  25. Ms V says

    Layla, I could hardly wait to see your pictures. Now I’m equally anxious to see what you do first!!! Now, a question. Why do you think none of the cabinets have shelves, for heavens sake….wouldn’t those be important?

      • Layla says

        Hi Aimee!
        I just left a reply for Ms V, but wanted to leave one for you too! :-) We’re assuming the builder didn’t completely finish the house, and then it went into foreclosure. We bought it “as is”, and we’ve definitely got our work cut out for us in the cabinet/window department! :-D

    • Layla says

      Oh, I’m sure it’s because the builder didn’t finish installing everything and then it went into foreclosure. I guess things like this happen when you buy a house “as is”! <:-)

      • Ms V says

        Well of course that makes sense now. How brilliant were you guys to take advantage of this foreclosure situation. Only the 2 of you have the talent, vision and skills to turn this lemon into spiked lemonade! I’m so happy for you and send you warmest wishes for happy days and nights in this beautiful space. It will be more than a house…it will be your home…..

  26. says

    Hi Layla and Kev,
    How wonderful and exciting for you both! so many happy memories are and will be made in your new home.
    I can see so many possibilities and what fun you are going to have making all your dreams of the perfect family home come true.
    I will look forward to visiting often.
    My husband and I just completed all the crown molding and casings throughout our home. What a huge difference all the wood trim makes. Come by and see it sometime I have two posts about the trim.
    Have a sweet day, Elizabeth

  27. says

    Oh, wow, I’m drooling over your sun room and, more importantly, your baby grand. So sweet. The acoustics in that room will be fun. Love your new place. Such a deal!! Enjoy your new home.

  28. Deb-IL says

    There is no *you* in that house yet but I can imagine that change is already starting in your head!!! It’s gonna be great when you take some of it ‘down a notch’ in TLC style. :-)

  29. says

    Oh my goodness, it is just gorgeous! Perfect house for you and I can’t wait to see what the two of you do to personalize it. I know it is going to be Gorgeous!
    XO
    Kristin

  30. Terri says

    “Beautimus”!!! I love it….. just cannot wait to see what you do with the fire place wall!!! LOLOL … love …. love the sunroom!!!!!! Congrats again!!

  31. roberta says

    I can just imagine all the ideas rattling around in both of your heads! You’re both so talented, this will be such a fun journey. Thanks so much for taking us along. Can you hear our collective spirits standing behind you wishing you well? Congratulations on your great new home!

  32. Shay says

    I am excited to see what you do with it! When you get to building bookcases around the fireplace, will you show how you do it? I have something like that in mind for my house and would love to see how you build it.

  33. Pamela says

    Love your new home! Clean, neutral and has so much charm. You’ll have your stamp on it in no time. Can’t wait to watch the progress. Put some temporary drapes up using the drop cloths for now! That will save you a few bucks.

  34. Coralie says

    What a beautiful house and with your ideas and touches, it will soon be the perfect home. Could you have found a better place?, I think not!

  35. says

    I, too, can’t wait to see what you do with your home to ‘cottage-fy” it – I purchased a new home in a cute little cottage style community three years ago. While I love my house, I sometimes feel it’s not cottage-y enough, but I don’t have the budget to spend money when what is there is perfectly serviceable, you know? But, I would love to know how to do things with my fireplace etc. without having to rip it all out.

    I’m sure whatever you come up with will be an inspiration!

  36. says

    Congratulations you two! I must admit I was pretty weepy at the thought of never seeing the old “Lettered Cottage” again, but your new place is so gorgeous and inviting. I just know you two will rock it out cottage style, big time! Looking forward to that upstairs tour, Mr. Kit Kat.

    oxox
    Jennifer

  37. Becky says

    I see the built-ins around the fireplace. Cozy… You two must feel like kids in a candy store!! Enjoy.

  38. says

    It’s beautiful…I’m a follower, but don’t usually comment :) I love how the celing is painted a lighter shade of the wall.
    I can’t wait to see what ya’ll do!
    Thanks for sharing!

  39. debbie r says

    I love it. I don’t have a house so i will enjoy watching you making yours into a home! Do you play the piano? Maybe someday you can play and make a video clip for us to hear you. Probably sounds great in the empty house right now.. :) Looking forward to all your decorating adventures.

  40. says

    welcome to monkey town! i love your new house and can’t wait to see you “cottage” it up….how wonderful that you got a foreclosure…you can get some pretty sweet deals when that happens.

  41. Lauren says

    The house is quite cute, even without all your personal touches. Can’t wait to see what you do with it!

  42. Angela says

    Love it! So much potential , too! Before I’d even read what you wrote about the built ins, I thought “that fireplace is getting a makeover & cabinetry in the very near future”! Ha! The sink pedestal thingy is…um…different? ;) But I absolutely love the windows & doors & the style of the kitchen cabinets! Can’t wait to see upstairs!
    Btw…Kit Kat is my youngest cat’s twin!!

  43. Angie says

    Love the new home. Beautiful exterior and interior too. I can’t wait to see you work your magic on it space by space.

    Nothing like a fresh canvas to create.

    Enjoy!

  44. says

    I CANNOT wait to see what you do to your sunroom! :-) I can’t tell you how many times I thought of submitting a picture of my sunroom to you for a Pick My Presto. My sunroom is in the front of my house, but it looks so much like yours with the windows. DO THAT ROOM FIRST! lol I’ve never known how to handle the windows because we live on a corner and need privacy but yet I want to see outside, too. It’s a pickle, I tell ya! :-)

  45. Kelly McDonald says

    I am so excited about your new house. It looks brand new. I can’t wait to see how you guys add the cottage charm to it.

  46. Jane Crawford says

    So excited for you! I love this house. I was excited to see that the granite in your kitchen is exactly the same as the granite I had installed in my newly remodeled kitchen. I adore it. Looking forward to see yours and Keven’s touches put on your sweet little house!

  47. says

    Wow! That sink in the half bath is adorable! I think the finishes on the lighting and tile are just the right jewelry for this jewelbox of a house which you will make your home! Lovely! Can’t wait for the upstairs!

  48. Sandy R says

    What a beautiful home (and you left a beautiful home too) Can’t wait to see the rest and Very excited to see what you and Kev do to the place. Congratulations

  49. says

    Loving everything about your new home! And, congratulations…I remember how excited we were when we finally got the keys to our home in the country. I also remember all the worring and fretting that lead up to that moment! Enjoy :)

  50. Melinda Ke says

    Ooh, how exciting! I can’t wait to see the rest of house, and of course, looking forward to seeing how you cottage-it-up!

  51. says

    The best of luck:)! I remember well that feeling, enjoy it. It is a beautiful home!!! And my gosh the $, wow I want to move to AL. NY is crazy expensive but it is home, for now anyways. Can’t wait to see what you guys do! Have a good one.

  52. Bethanie says

    Cannot wait to see how you “cottage it up” cuz right now it looks a lot like mine and I always wonder, “just how would Layla cottage this thing up?” :) So excited for this new adventure we’re on!!

  53. says

    Beautiful! Can’t wait to see how you cottage it up! I can totally picture the built ins and all your lovely touches. Great house for you all!

  54. Margaret says

    Thanks SO much for the photo’s – we’ve been DYING to see what you’d bought. It’s lovely – a very good buy. Anxiously awaiting the upstairs now!

  55. Laura says

    Layla, how did you find a house like this in foreclosure? Did you sign up at the foreclosure dot com site?

  56. Nola Boyd aka Granola:-) says

    When we moved into our new home about 6 years ago, we went to either Home Depot or Lowe’s and had white wood shutter style blinds cut to size for our windows. They have really held up in the Florida heat and humidity and look nice still today. All we had to do was measure and install. It was so easy as the store did the cutting and my hubby installed them in one day- about 12 windows- some were really big, too.

  57. says

    You are so lucky! I love the house….I especially love the shiny floors….I’m crazy about shiny floors! I can’t wait to see what you do with the house!

  58. Wendi Silvers says

    I love your old place and can’t wait to watch the progress as you guys put all of your beautiful touches on this new home. I know the trasformation will be amazing. ( I am seeing a screen door on that kitchen pantry.) Wishing you all the best with each and every renovation.

  59. AngieB says

    Love your new house! I can’t wait to see what you do with it….

    Word of caution with Kit-Cat and the stairs….my cat loves to use our
    banister as a scratching post : (

  60. says

    your animals are so precious! i think if i came over you’d find me on the sunroom floor too!

    cant wait to see the rest. i find it so fun to scroll through the photos and find so many things beyond beautiful, only to laugh at a sink next. i cant wait to see what you do to this place and how you take it from pretty darn good to awesomeness.

    -staying tuned-

  61. Debi says

    So excited to see what you start on!!! I can see that the house is charming, but definitely needs to be “cottaged-up”!!!
    Debi

  62. Ofelia, from México City says

    I have been reading your blog since last year, but till today I have written a comment. This is about Kit-cat. I thought cats are reluctants to change adresses, I mean I know histories about little fur ones that escapes to return to previous homes. How this process went with your kitty? Any advices to make the change more easy?

  63. Geri says

    Looks like a great house!! I am excited for you both and can’t wait to see what you two come up with to make it all yours…..we are all waiting with baited breath……………Geri

  64. Vanessa Powell says

    Layla…Congrats on your new home. I just found your blog a couple of weeks ago, via a comment on HOUZZ about your fireplace makeovers at the old house. Such a beautiful job you and Kevin did on the old house. I KNOW you two will do a beautiful cottage with your new home.
    Best of Luck from T-town!
    Vanessa

  65. Orghlaith says

    Congratulations! I hope you find more joy, peace and fulfillment than ever before. I look forward to see the transformation.

  66. Penny Tuttle says

    Congratulations on finding the perfect house. It is already so cute, (I just adore it), but I know it will be amazing when you work your magic on it! Enjoy!

  67. says

    HAHAHAHA that is exactly what I was thinking too about the fireplace and some built ins when I first looked at the picture of the living room. Isn’t that hysterical?

    Ever get bored and need to “vacation” and when I mean vacation I mean working vacation come to Williamsburg, VA. I promise to show you around in between projects. :) LOL

  68. Lisa W. says

    Well I have to say it looks (even without furniture or you special touch) it IS pretty warm and comfy. I see MAJOR potential, and why you picked this house. Some good GOOD bones. I think the kitchen cabinets look awesome, and I kinda like the tanish color on the walls. Can’t wait to see you cottage it up!!!

  69. Kelly Zamzow says

    I have to say although I am loving the sunroom, I would do anything for a front porch like that! I think a swing is in order!
    What ever you do I am sure it will be adorable. Thanks for all
    the wonderful inspiration and I am so glad I stumbled upon
    your site. Congrats to both of you!

  70. Geri says

    Lovely,homey,spacious,welcoming and waiting for the magic touch of Layla and Kevin Palmer. Lucky Duckies.

  71. Kelly Crow says

    Layla, I would love to know the name of the wall paint. Exactly what I am looking for…if you happen to know? I cannot wait to.see what you guys do to the place :)

  72. says

    With each of your recent posts, I’m left feeling like a kid in a candy store!

    The outside view of your new house “wowed” me and now the glimpse of the first floor …..fantastic! Can’t wait for you and Kev to work your magic! (Especially your mention of a wall of built ins).

    I’m really looking forward to seeing each and every project! I’ve learned so much from you and TLC! Congrats on your move and good luck with your renovation!

  73. says

    A fresh start in a new home is so exciting. Oh, the possibilities! You made your older home wonderful with so many projects. Your new canvas is ready for your lovely and unique Lettered touch. I can hardly wait to see what magic you create–but by all means, work on those window coverings first. Enjoy!

  74. Sophia says

    I am SO thrilled for you and Kevin!! AND I simply cannot wait to see your creativity and ideas put into actions and results! I love all of your ideas, where do you draw your inspiration??? :)

  75. Bernice says

    Oh Layla! I cant say anything more than what everyone has already said….ditto ditto ditto…waiting…. waiting to see more! Much happiness to you and your fam.

  76. Jen Jen says

    Welcome to our hood Layla and Kevin!!! We are sooooo excited about you guys moving here. You are going to LOVE it. :)

  77. says

    Layla,
    The house is gorgeous! I love the exterior and that front porch! I can’t wait to see how you and Kevin will cottage this house up. I am so happy for the two of you!
    Blessings!

  78. says

    I don’t comment often, but this post warrants: Wow, you guys have got yourself one Fabulous Home! I love the neutral colors…looks move in ready to moi. :)

  79. says

    I can’t wait to see the upstairs and the step by step transformation of each room! And the line “He should have it all sniffed out” made me laugh out loud :)

  80. Cheryl B says

    Very beautiful. I cannot wait to see hoow you make it into your cottage. The view is spectacular as well.

  81. Holly S says

    Love it! Can hardly wait to see how you two transform your new home! What a great foundation to start with, love the sunroom and the front porch! Looks like a beautiful cottage style community, reminds me a little of Serenbe, which I love, but could never afford a house in there. Eager to hear what plans you have for your first project! ;)

    • Layla says

      It reminds us of Serenbe too, Holly! We’re anxious to get started on project #1, and look forward to blogging about it soon! :-)

  82. tracyo says

    So far it looks wonderful! It looks like it will be a very comfortable house for you. Can’t wait to see what you do to it!

  83. says

    Oh the excitement of starting with a blank slate! Great bones. Love the door and window styles. Super cute windows near fireplace. I can already picture the built-ins.
    Can’t wait to see upstairs!!
    Neighborhood is adorable!
    Woot!
    Julie

  84. says

    I couldn’t be more excited for you two. You are so deserving of a beautiful home.

    I was so sad when you sold your other place but I can see some wonderful things happening in your new palace. I am in love already.

    I can see some new decorating trends happening in the very near future. You both are such an inspiration to so many.

    I wish you many, many happy years in your new home.

    Now Kit-Cat hurry up and get up those stairs so we can see the next level.

    Hugs,
    Deb

  85. Sally Smith says

    I love your blog. Super excited for you all about the new house. Can’t wait to see the great changes you will make.

  86. Ter'e Crow Lindsay says

    It goes without saying, I have been dying to see the house. I love love LOVE it!
    I do have to be honest tho………………….I teared up when I saw Kev’s guitar. That’s what did it for me. I got all sappy at that point. Shoot, I have to go wipe the mascara and blow my nose.
    So proud of you!!!!!!!!!!

    P.S.. Kev —- we have a little Stevie Ray Vaughn sitting in our great room. I get it!!!!!!! :-) hugs my friend.

  87. says

    how exciting! I felt the same way about our house when we moved in 4 years ago- never would have picked any of the finishes that the builder put in (I spy similar light fixtures and wall color in your place!) and we’re almost there. (we’re kinda slow) ;)
    Can’t wait to see how you transform it!

  88. Kim A says

    Love the house, Congratulations!!! Looking at the outside shot and then the inside, I can’t quite get the layout of all the space. Would love it if you could also do a floor plan to show how each floor is laid out.

  89. says

    Oh what wonderful possibilities you have! It is beautiful and will only become more beautiful in the days ahead as it receives the TLC treament : )

  90. says

    Very pretty. I agree that the fireplace needs a bit of a makeover.. It’s currently a bit understated and plain, but with the type house you’ve bought, it could be completely gorgeous. I cannot wait to see y’all reveal it, but I know its probably not your number one priority right now!

    Shirley

    • Layla says

      Nope. We’re assuming those (and a few other) things didn’t get finished, and the house went into foreclosure. :-\

  91. says

    Wow, the POTENTIAL!! This place is awesome…wouldn’t I love to have a place so open, a clean slate to work with. Can’t wait to see what you do with it! It is exciting to think that you will be bringing your kiddos home to THIS HOUSE. Good luck!

  92. Leah says

    HAHA -I saw the built-ins too!!! Hmmm, I also predict that you will be changing out the light fixtures – even though most people would see nothing wrong with them..there actually isn’t anything wrong with them – they just aren’t cottage-y enough!! Oh, I just know that you are daydreaming up some big plans for your new little cottage.: )
    Leah: )

  93. Amy says

    Wonderful home that will be even more beautiful when you put yourselves into it! It has been great seeing all of your projects and now a new home to do even more!

  94. says

    You are going to make that house SOOO cute. (It is one of my secret dreams to go into a ‘builder’s” house and remove all that silly wrought iron. Way, way, way too much of that stuff. Shhhh – don’t tell anyone I said that!)
    -Trish

  95. Fallingsnow says

    Congratulations on your beautiful new home!

    I can’t wait for the fireplace wall re-do! My husband and I bought a house back in February, and our family room looks extremely similar. I’ve been agonizing over it ever since. I really feel it needs built-ins, but the fact that the fireplace sits almost flush with the wall makes it hard to imagine how to make it work.

    And the large expanse of wall to the right! Mine is still empty because I don’t know what to do with it. I’m really looking forward to seeing what you do with the room. I definitely can use some inspiration!

  96. Kim I'm MD says

    Congratulates on your new home! It’s gorgeous as is, but I can’t wait to see how you guys “make it your own”!

  97. Sara Seaward says

    Layla, I’m constantly showing my husband what you guys are doing to your place, and I think he think’s I’m insane! He’s all “you don’t even know these people!” haha. But I tell him I feel like, through your blog, I’m along for the ride in your lives and I can’t wait to see what you do to your home next. Besides, our dog is a rescue from Alabama…a sweet boy named Fergus…so I feel we have some kinship, right? :-)

    Anyway, I LOVE those stairs. Have totally always wanted to have stairs walled on both sides, so that the steps themselves become the focal point. Just a thought, but lettering the risers would be awesome. With song lyrics, or scripture? As per this photo. Love it. Good luck with your renos!

    http://pinterest.com/pin/78672324710930490/

  98. Angela says

    Wow! You guys. What a great find! I can’t believe no-one snapped it up in all those years. I am so excited to see all your changes. Yes to the “wall full of white painted cabinetry” This house will transform so well. Congratulations….

  99. Heather says

    Hey guys! I just stumbled upon your blog. I was curious if you have picutres of your current living room with furiture in it. We are moving into our house this week and our living room space is almost the exact layout as yours, I wanted to get some ideas of how to decorate it. Any pix you guys have or suggestions would be great! Thanks :)

    • Layla says

      Hi Heather! We haven’t take any yet because we’re still painting in there. Our current furniture is all too small for the space, so that room will definitely be a work in progress for a few years! :-)

  100. Yvonne Cannon says

    I know that you got your home almost a year ago but I wanted to comment anyway! I absolutely love your style and I look forward to seeing the changes you make! Your last home was amazing!!!

  101. Gail D. says

    I moved into my very own house at the beginning of May…but my progress was stopped by a fractured broken wrist. You have to watch those stepladders! I have a cat named Kit Kat too–she’s a ragdoll and gorgeous! Your new house is lovely and much nicer than your previous one. Good luck fixing it up!

  102. says

    I love the sun room, that is one of my dreams. We don’t have one now in our house so maybe one day we can add one on

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