A Siamese cat, a boyfriend, a girlfriend, and a glittery gold carport: these are just the tip of this bright retro Florida home.
Lindsay and Matt share their tidy retro home with two dogs in Oklahoma.
This house was one of those boarded up sad-and-lonelies. When Colleen and Sam swooped in, they had a total rehab ahead of them. Good thing the house turned out so peacefully lovely!
These montage photos make me SO EXCITED. Y’all have been all about the bright colors, crazy furniture juxtapositions, kitties-watching-chickies goodness.
Adrienne’s family uses DIY, thrifting, and hand-me-downs to build an airy Oklahoma home straight outta 1960. After touring this home, I think wall-mounted bottle openers should be the next big home trend.
Carrie Anne’s family found themselves deep in suburbia trackland, but her thrifting skills have netted them a super-stylish, sometimes viking-inspired, art-filled kitty cat haven that looks completely unsuburban and didn’t cost a boatload.
I’ve got a vintage vanity, bar cabinet and dining room table, lots of books, some art, and that’s about it. What can I say? We only moved in 4 months ago, and we tend to get rid of everything we own when we move. But I take hipster photos, so you’ll still enjoy my home tour. And there are at least two photos featuring a cat.
You will LOVE Offbeat Bride Managing Editor-Megan and Aaron’s apartment. One part Hawaii, one part LA, and one part artist bungalow — but the best part is the crazy wall-mounting that greets you at the front door.