I've been promising a sneak peek of our new home for quite a while. We moved in at the end of December and I am really happy with our progress so far. We still have a lot of work to do (curtains and painting for example) but things are coming along so without further adieu...
I think our living room is my favorite room. Everything really came together the way I had envisioned it. We still need curtains and eventually we'll be painting the walls something other than the builder grade shade of ivory, which I'm not a huge fan of.
The kitchen is probably my second favorite room. And to think I almost didn't do the white cabinets. I'm now obsessed with them.
Our dining room is definitely a work in progress. The chairs that match our table are on backorder. We ordered four for the sides and I plan to do upholstered chairs on the ends. We still need a rug in here as well. One day...
The sunroom is Riley's favorite. I didn't really intend for him to spend all day on those chairs but clearly, he rules our household.
I'm totally obsessed with these chairs from World Market. I never thought Corey would let me to get them for downstairs but somehow he agreed.
Not pictured downstairs are our office (total work in progress) and a powder room.
I haven't finished hanging decorations in our guest room, even though we've already hosted overnight guests twice. I kind of lost steam and haven't gotten it back yet. Eventually, we'll get there. This room also still needs an accent chair. You may recognize the dresser from my Annie Sloan chalkpaint tutorial.
Our guest bath is so super simple. Its fairly small but there is a linen closet in there. I have a painting I purchased in Verona, Italy hanging to the left that you can't see in this photo but it still needs a few more decorations.
I'm a little obsessed with the tray ceiling in our bedroom and the size of it, especially since I literally could barely open the drawers of the dresser without them hitting our footboard in our Hoboken apartment. The furniture was my first big-girl purchase my senior year of college and I've switched out the bedding several times. I purchased the bedding above during Pottery Barn's whites sale and used bounce back points from a furniture purchase we made. There are two large pieces of art on the wall to the left that you can't see in these pictures but other than that I haven't hung any other art yet. I can't really decide what I want to do over the bed so I'm trying to really think on that before I put holes in the wall.
Not pictured upstairs is our third bedroom (which is totally, completely empty, a small loft area, and our laundry room).
And that is our house :) I'll probably do a room-by-room as things come together a little more.