Peach & Pine Homestead: Dining Room and Ceiling Vault

One of the biggest changes we made to our new home was to raise the ceiling in the living and dining rooms to a 10 foot vault. It has completely transformed the look of our home. The living room is still only partially decorated, but I’m excited to show you a little bit of the…

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Peach and Pine Homestead: Kitchen Before and After Reveal

This has got to be one of the most exciting and action packed posts in the history of the blog! We moved into our little fixer upper in the country in April, and we have been working tirelessly to renovate. We have updated nearly every surface (and much of what’s below the surface) on the…

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Our Late Summer Dinner Party and Tips on Hosting Your Own!

 “They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts.” – Acts 2:46 In the midst of renovating our home and living in chaos, I have held onto the hope that one day we would be able to host parties and get-togethers again. A couple of months ago, after we returned…

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On Taking Risks, Changing Careers, and Adjusting to a New Normal…

I haven’t often discussed my career on the blog. It hasn’t seemed relevant to what you all came here to read about…home design and our little married life. But, in case you were wondering, for the last six years I have worked in the music industry…as so many of us do in Nashville. I interned…

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A Renovation Update

We have officially owned our new fixer upper for 11 weeks, and we have been working tirelessly to renovate. (For more photos from the start of the process, see here). This process has felt a little bit like drinking out of a firehouse.  We have been living in our unfinished basement for 8 of those…

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Kitchen Renovation Plans

If you follow us on Instagram, you may have seen on our stories that we are living in a bit of a construction zone at our new house. By that, I mean we are basically camping out in our unfinished basement amidst stacks of boxes while the main floor gets gutted and re-constructed. Currently, nothing…

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