All week we’ve been peeking inside other blogger’s beautiful homes. I so enjoy seeing everyone’s various personalities, likes, color schemes and design ideas…all while sipping my morning cup of coffee. 🙂 (If you missed any of the home tours you can find all of the links at the bottom of this post!)
Today I am excited to share our spring home tour with you.
However, I must say, I also feel kind of nervous. The last few weeks have been a mix of sheer excitement as these latest projects unfolded and utter exhaustion. While these pictures are the fruit of a lot of hard work I’m also fully aware of the price that was paid to get here. While I’m passionate about sticking to a monthly budget when it comes to decorating our home, I also learned a few more things that I need to budget when doing DIY projects as well…my time. I’ll be sharing a little bit more about this on Monday in a post titled, “Why I’m Not A Full-Time Blogger.” (Update: Here is that post.)
Moving right along…
For those here for the first time, welcome! My name is Sarah and I am wife to one, mommy to five and the writer and creator behind An Inviting Home. Our family is passionate about community and being intentional and one of our greatest joys is inviting friends and family into our home to simply be together.
For those who have been following along since the beginning, welcome! Today I’m finally going to reveal to you which wall I decided to plank, the mystery project I’ve been hinting at and how I used a little yellow paint to bring in a Spring feeling that can last well into those long winter months.
I also tried to photograph some various angles of rooms that may not be familiar to you. This might also be the first time that I’ve taken some full shots of our kitchen. Most of the projects that you will see can be found under the Organization & Decor tab at the top of the page, you can also find additional rooms not shown today under the Home Tour tab. In the coming weeks I’ll be sharing tutorials for the plank wall & mystery project.
Enjoy the tour!
Did anyone guess that the hallway was where the plank wall would be? 🙂 The mystery project was the “Guestbook” accent wall. Last night the chalk markers were broken out and the first signatures went up! I can’t wait to share more details with you about these projects.
Have a wonderful weekend and be sure to check out the other home tours if you haven’t gotten a chance to yet and thanks for stopping by!