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The Home Town hostess and designer with the most-ess shares her go-to hues seen in the incredible transformations she creates with her husband, Ben.
Krista Byler saved to Front porch
Located in the mountains of Southern Vermont, Grafton captures the essence of a true New England town. This town gives us a great look at colonial times.
Diana Hagenauer saved to Vermont
Belle's hometown in Beauty And the Beast is based on this French village and the similarity is uncanny
FANS of Beauty And The Beast will never be able to enjoy Belle’s library in the castle or dance with a candlestick, but they CAN prance through the heroine’s home village of Villeneuve. It turns ou…
Emily Sprague saved to beautiful places - france
I never imagined I would move into a different state. But I'm happy I took the risk and can say out loud, moving to a new state is worth it.
Paddington saved to Quotes
One of the most confusing things for people to plan when they visit Washington DC is how to get from DC to Baltimore. It may seem simple to locals, but if you don’t understand your transportation options, you don’t know that, although Baltimore is only a 35-45 minute drive from Washington DC, if you don’t have a car, you will need to do a bit of planning to get you up to Charm City.
Rebecca Cruz saved to I'm GOING!
Erin and Ben Napier love their small Mississippi hometown, especially the old historical houses. Using found materials and old textiles, they're keeping the character of these classic homes but giving them modern and affordable updates. From Erin's imaginative hand sketches to Ben's custom handiwork, this couple is bringing homes back to life and making sure their small town's future is as bright as its past.
jenna ellen saved to home
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Dan saved to Quick Saves
When we bought our house in 2011, there was nothing left from 1925 in the kitchen. It looks to have been renovated sometime in the 1980s with Formica countertops and dollhousey trim above the windows. While very well taken care of, it felt dated, flimsy and sterile and was the main point of renovation in the house before we moved in in the spring of 2012. The previous owner, Mrs. Mary Lynn, even said, "If I were you, I'd renovate that kitchen immediately!"
Mona Rendon saved to hometown faves