Wednesday

Spring Home Tour

boxwood wreaths on mantel with galvanized plant post and Spring sign

It looks like Spring is finally here to stay! Last week we got a bunch of snow and I can't tell you how disappointed I was.  A huge set back for the work I'm doing in my backyard. Yep, you heard it right, I'm already working in my backyard, trying to bring it back in style for none other than the Patio Style Challenge. The reveal is coming soon, I can't wait!  ;)

But hey, today is all about the home's interior, and as usual, I'm over the moon to be a part of this talented group of ladies led by Marty from A Stroll Thru Life.

If you're coming from Doreen at Hymns and Verses or if you're one of my regulars, Welcome! I'm so glad you are here. Make yourself comfortable because this is a load with lots of pictures post.
white chairs with swiss cross pillows and boxwood wreaths, glass bottles, and galvanized plant pots
Boxwood Wreaths  |  Galvanized Plant Pots  |  Pillow Covers
In my book, Spring decor is all about new beginnings, kind of cleaning our rooms and starting the year with a bright, fresh canvas, I think that's the theme for this home tour, Bright and Fresh.

So, let's start here at the mantel in the family room, the only area in this room that got dressed for Spring. This is the place where the family hang out the most, whatever decor I add to the mantel is always enjoyed it.

A boxwood trio a top some galvanized plant pots announcing the arrival of the new season.
White kitchen with light blue island, oranges on counter and green roman shade
Kitchen Makeover  |  Roman Shade  |  Curtains
The kitchen has stayed the same, I'm still enjoying the bright colored island. So, other than the fresh tulips in the blue mason jars and some drawer organization I did a couple months ago, I've done nothing in here.

Samantha Garay in kitchen freshly squeezing orange juice

Miss. RLC was in charge of juicing those oranges, and she wasn't that happy about the pics. :/

kitchen island decorated with white tulips in blue mason jars - one orange

So, we better get out of the kitchen and move into the home office.

blue kitchen island with rustic barstools, enclosed refrigerator, range hood and built-ins in the far back office area
Kitchen Island  |  Bar Stools  |  Pendant Light
The reveal of this room was done last year, during Christmas.

home office with built-ins and farmhouse table desk, rustic coffered ceiling
Wall Art  |  Built-ins  |  Office Chair
But, after all the Christmas decor was taken down, I've been using this room as my office. I love it! Even though, my supplies, crafts, and papers aren't organized that well yet. I feel like I've been more productive having the majority of my stuff in one space.

built-ins and a white and blue palette with sphere chandelier
Rustic Coffered Ceiling  |  Sphere Chandelier  |  Rug from TJ Maxx
I used one of those wide lenses to try to capture the entire room in one shot. And yeah, that's how it looks when you are at the door coming from the kitchen.

numbered storage box on shelf with succulent plant and painted books.
Storage Box  |  Painted Books  |  Vase
Styling the shelves wasn't easy, I changed them like five times. :)

ikea storage boxes, big clock and wire baskets on built-ins
Geometric Pillow Cover  |  Magazine Files  |  Office Tray
I first tried to bring the Ikea boxes to the top shelves, but nope, too busy. I guess the styling never ends.

home office looking to the family room fireplace mantel
Wall Art  |  Breakfast Set  |  
I think this is a "new to you" view of my home, from the office all the way to the family room, going thru the kitchen and breakfast area. It's a looong room!

Hydrangea bouquet in blue painted vase on top of farmhouse table

Hydrangeas put a smile on my face while working in here.

grey and white striped rug and antique chair
Farmhouse Table  |  Chalkboard  |  Mercantile Sign
And now that I look at this picture, I'm just glad to be able to inject new life to those old pieces... the chair, the table, the chandelier...

blue rug in white living room.
Doorway trim
And it's right here, while sitting in this chair, that I get to admire all the work I just completed in the adjacent living room.

board and batten wall, farmhouse coffee table, white and blue tassels curtains
Rug  |  Minimalist Prints  |  Tassels Curtains from HomeGoods - similar HERE
This can be the living room reveal. The past two months were spent in here giving this room some architectural flare.
Home goods and Michaels succulent terrariums
Succulents  |  Terrariums from HomeGoods
A board and batten treatment to the main wall, crown molding, window and door trim, and even the baseboards were updated.

rustic coffee table, sunburst mirror, slipper chairs,
Sunburst Mirror  |  Slipper Chairs  |  Board & Batten Wall
The last two weeks, I gathered and created some of the decorating pieces.
blue foggy medallion rug, window trim, door trim and decorative blue pillows
Coffee Table  |  Teal Chair  |  Window Trim
I'm loving this color palette, so bright and fresh!

blue teal chair with bicycle pillow case, green wall art and books
Bookcase  |  Baskets  |  Bicycle Pillow Case
Thanks so much for stopping by!

Next up on the tour is the talented Kim from Sand and Sisal. You're gonna love her take on the classy nautical theme in home decor!

Get lots more Spring inspiration from the entire line up right here:

2017 Spring Home Tour

Monday – Mar 20
Decor To Adore - Laura 
Cuckoo4Design - Julia 
21 Rosemary Lane -Barbara  

Tuesday – Mar 21
Setting For Four - Heather  
Nesting With Grace - Brooke 
Haneens Haven -Haneen  

Wednesday – Mar 22
Dimples & Tangles - Jennifer 
Hymns & Verses - Doreen 
Remodelando La Casa - Christina 
Sand & Sisal - Kim
Common Ground – Debra

Thursday – Mar 23
Duke Manor Farms - Laura 
 Bliss At Home - Kristin
ZDesign At Home – Bree

Fri – Mar 24
Thrifty and Chic - Alicia 
Our Fifth House - Carmel 



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27 comments :

  1. Cristina, your home looks so beautiful! I love how the living room came out, the board and batten, rug, curtains, everything looks gorgeous!!!

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    1. Awww thanks you Lisa! I'm very happy with this makeover, the board and batten treatment is perhaps my favorite thing in this room.

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  2. Your home is just stunning Cristina, I love it!

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  3. I'm in love with all your added architectural details, the moldings and ceiling!!! Just so stunning. Happy spring Cristina

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    1. Happy spring to you too, Julia! Thanks for stopping by and for your kind words.

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  4. Absoloutely gorgeous, Cristina! What's different about your home is that every thing has been touched and made prettier by your hands.

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    1. Ha, you made me smile Stacey! Yep, From the ugly attic and all the way down to the last corner in the basement, I've been there changing things around! :) Thanks!

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  5. Oh Cristina I am completely enchanted with your tour. You are a wonder! I'll be featuring you later today on IG.

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    1. Thanks Laura! I've been Spring enchanted going thru all these beautiful tours! Lots of inspiration!

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  6. Just beautiful Christina! I love it all! I pinned a bunch of pics. You are always such an inspiration. The new office is off the charts gorgeous!

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  7. your home is so gorgeous! i love the living room and your office space is incredible!

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  8. Your kitchen is one of my all time favorites and wow, I love your office. Those pretty builtins are amazing. The living room with all of it's new architectural details is way beyond gorgeous. You do know how to add the wow to a room. Thanks so much for joining the tour, your home is always full of wonderful inspiration.

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  9. Your home is such a breath of fresh air. I love your new living room. The board and batten walls add so much character It is an honor being on the tour with you!

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  10. you are so amazing! I didn't realize that was going to be your office, it is spectacular! Your home is so beautiful and full of inspiration.

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  11. I love everything you do Cristina and now with your office/dining room this way, is just perfect! I wish you lived close by, I really want to have the same built-ins in your office/dining in my master bedroom! So very honored to share this home tour with you! p.S. also have a crush on your mantel and living room rug!

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  12. I could sit here and look at these photos ALL day. Your kitchen has always been my favorite ---until that office showed up. Sorry kitchen, you're now in second place. LOL... Also love your new living room. The new additions and colors are absolutely perfect. Congrats, my friend. All of your hard work has created a spectacular home for you and your sweet family. So happy for you! Susie from The Chelsea Project

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  13. Cristina, your home is so lovely! Everything looks so bright and inviting. Love your cute Spring mantel!

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  14. so many things to love here, Cristina! that board and batten wall treatment is wonderful, it really adds so much interest to that picture perfect space!

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  15. Love your kitchen and beautiful daughter! The office is wonderful too!

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  16. I'm dying over the curtains in your living room...and your pretty kitchen island...and your gorgeous home office...okay, dying over all of it! Your home looks so cozy and fresh and inviting!

    xoxo, SS

    Southern And Style

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  17. It's all beautiful, Cristina, you should be very proud of all you've done!

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  18. What a beautiful tour, Cristina! I can't stop staring at the office - LOVE it!
    Shelley

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  19. I love everything about your home and DIY skills are amazing!!
    Debbie

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  20. Cristina, I so admire your style and how you continuously incorporate such great changes in your home. I sense a fresh, light and airy feeling with throughout your home. Your use of color punches are perfect throughout. Your son's bedroom is a showstopper, hands down, but I love your latest ceiling and wall trims added. I understand the long space concept - our home is like that. It's always a delight catching up with your projects (like those stumps on the porch - lookin' great, again). Happy Spring.
    Rita C at Panoply

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