October 28, 2009

Home Tour.

I adore my little house. It is cozy and the light pours in every room, and it is snuggled inside of the sweetest little pocket of a neighborhood within a city full of the most incredible people you'll find anywhere.

I love it when people share pictures of their homes. It is such a huge part of who someone is- like a display of their personality and values and style. I thought I'd share some pictures of my house, mostly because I've been wanting to document where it is right now before some major shifting takes place in the next few months!

Chris is building a music studio in the garage, so things will probably shift around a bit after that, and then eventually (read: SOONish) we will be putting the boys in the same room.

I rearranged Myer's room yesterday (okay, okay, and also the day before that) because it has just been feeling "off" to me for some reason. I absolutely love it now, and am glad I didn't give up on the puzzle. Even if it meant my husband coming home to a different room two (or was it three?) days in a row. hahaha. Sorry, honey.

For now, this is home. I want to remember it like this. I love it so!




What about you? Would you be willing to share some snapshots of the place you call home? Let me know if you are, and I will post a link back to your site here. It will be a like a fun little guided home tour! :)

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Home Tour Participants so far:

Anna Joy (oh how I ADORE her amazing bedroom!! :)

20 comments:

Angie said...

You have a lovely home, of course you are proud.

Anna Joy said...

Beautiful house! Feels loved, warm and cozy...and those are the best houses :)

Mama Bird said...

we have the exact same changing table with the same bins in them (from target)

I was just thinking as i was reading your blog that I would like to do that very same thing, a house tour!

I will do mine soon!

Gorgeous bedroom and Ezra's room is the dream boy room. Love it girlie.

Amanda said...

Gorgeous dwelling! I'd be more apt to post pics of my place if I actually had a place to call my own. Until then I dress up our little apartment as best as I can. Still, maybe I'll post my favorite little corners.

Laura said...

I love this! I might do it if I can get my house looking reasonable.

Katy said...

What a beautiful home. I love the decor and the colors the way they tie together. :-) I will share a picture of my humble abode.... it's only like 3 pictures. HAHA! it's a little box of a room.

Ellie said...

Your house is precious!

chrissy said...

wow. your house is gorgeous and flawless!!! like a model home! my house is so gross compared to this haha. good job!

Lindz said...

I love your home too! I really like your color scheme in EVERY room!

Annie Peterson said...

Your house is BEAUTIFUL! You've inspired me to want to put up pictures of my room, but we'll see if it actually happens... ha! :)

Angie said...

gorgeous! love how light it is!

Elaine said...

Your home is SO beautiful!! I can only dream my home can look as great as yours some day. For now....it definitely looks like two college students living under one roof :) So I'm going to save your eyes from it :)


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MarvelousMOM said...

Your home is gorgeous!!! You have done a wonderful job decorating! I wouldn't mind sharing my home soon.

Anna Joy said...

I was inspired by your post so I did a house tour on mine too :)

meg said...

Please tell me what the diaper contraption next to the changing table is?? It looks like a diaper genie, but not a diaper genie.

Emery Jo said...

thanks guys!!! :)

meg- it's a diaper champ by Baby Trend and it's great because it uses REGULAR garbage bags!

meg said...

thank you so much...I'm on it!

stina said...

i think we have a little case of same brain syndrome when it comes to home decoration. i just don't have a home to decorate yet!

missingyou127 said...

hello, i love your house!

i'm wondering- how did you do the hanging behind your bed? its gorgeous.

Emery Jo said...

missingyou: my husband created that while I was out of town once! (amazing!) It is a small curtain rod with the back curtains threaded onto it, and then a larger curtain rod (adjusted out as far away from the wall as it would go) with the drapey piece hung over it.