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With Thanksgiving behind us, we are well on our way to Christmas, the most wonderful time of the year! There are so many festive options for decorating your home, and today I want to shed some light on all the corners of Christmas in my home. You’ll be able to tell right away how much […]

Christmas Home

If you haven’t started decorating for the fall or don’t feel like your decor is to the level you want it to be, don’t stress because it’s not too late! Here’s some inspiration to bring autumn vibes to life in your home. I love to layer different colors and textures in my home… little touches […]

All Things Fall

Fall is finally here (although it’s recently been nearly 100 degrees in Louisiana) and I could not be more excited! I love updating my home each season and fall is one of my favorites. With my new rug line, I felt it was the perfect opportunity to restyle my home, while incorporating fall décor in […]

When creating my new collection of rugs with Orian Rugs, I purposely designed a variety of styles that would work in any home and any color scheme.  I created rugs especially for you to make your space beautiful and cozy!  One of my favorite parts of the whole process was styling these rugs in my […]

Renovating this little 1940s cottage has been so rewarding. Now that I’m at the finish line, it’s time to start sharing some of the amazing after images and spaces.  When I started this renovation project in Minden, Louisiana back in the fall of 2019, I intended for it to be a flip. The plan was […]

As I was wrapping up my renovation in 2017, I kept seeing woven wood shades all over social media and knew in a heartbeat I wanted some for the huge bank of front windows across my main living area.  I called my neighbor, Leslie Rainer with Leslie Rainer Designs, and she helped me pick out […]

It is extremely rare these days for a home to stay in the same family for more than a few years.  But what if I told you I found a dogtrot home built in 1852 that has NEVER left the ownership of the original family? Be sure to read to end for a BIG, BIG […]

Would you be brave enough to cut a historic home in half, move it approximately 15 miles, down winding streets, around power lines and water mains, across Interstate 20, and out to a dairy farm in the country? If there’s one thing I’ve learned about a home, it’s that NOTHING is impossible with a lot […]

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