I'm so excited to be a part of this year's Summer Tour of Homes hosted by Gina at The Shabby Creek Cottage!
There are so many amazingly beautiful homes on this year's tour...if you haven't been following along, make sure to go to the beginning and see all of them.
If you've just come from Jones Design Co. WELCOME! If not, make sure you go check out here tour here.
For those of you who are new to The Shabby Nest, let me tell you a bit our home! I purchased our little home which I affectionately call Hydeaway Cottage last summer. You can read more about that here.
I am interior designer, and much like the cobbler's children who have no shoes, Hydeaway Cottage is still very much a work in progress, but I'm very excited to show you what I have been able to accomplish in the past 10 months, and to share with you some of the plans that are still in the works.
I love how the living room has come together! One of my favorite features is the wall of square wainscoting that I added a few months ago.
See the rest of the tour after the break...
The main floor of Hydeaway Cottage is open concept, so the dining area is directly across from the living room and shares the same color palette. My father helped to build the dining room table which is my favorite piece of furniture in my house. You can read all about that here.
The kitchen is cozy and sweet. I added the large pendants over the island which I just adore! I also plan on painting the perimeter cabinets white to match the island and adding a back splash which I hope will lighten and brighten the space.
My master bedroom is still very much a work in progress, but I gave it a dose of summertime with pretty floral sheets and lots of touches of blue.
We just finished my daughter's bedroom a few weeks ago. It is such a pretty space and a true reflection of my girl's vivacious and colorful personality! You can read about the redo here.
BOYS' BUNK ROOM
My little boys' bunk room is coming along nicely. I still have some fun plans for it, but I like the progress we've made so far. I added the built-in bunks and desk which really give the space personality!
I hope you've enjoyed this little tour of Hydeaway Cottage. If you are interested in finding out any of the sources for my spaces, I plan on posting in more detail next week.
If you liked this tour, I'd love to suggest that you check out my book, Decorating For Real Life! In it, I share beautiful, real-life homes that are both lovely and livable!
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Now it's time to check out the next house on the tour : Haneen's Haven. Enjoy!