It’s finally here! My home tour! I shared a reel of it over on Instagram but wanted to have an official place for it on my blog. I also have a video tour of it over on YouTube, which I’ll link below too. Okay, so without further adieu, here’s my new home tour!
If you’re anything like me, moving probably has always been something you’ve loathed pre-baby. Then add a baby into the mix and honestly it sounds like a complete nightmare and a situation you wish you could avoid all together. I just moved a bit over a month ago and I definitely learned a thing or two about moving with a baby. Poppy was just shy of 6 months at the time and moving us during as pandemic was less then ideal. Which is why I wanted to share 7 tips for moving with a baby which will help it feel just a little less stressful on the big day!
It’s been a long time since I’ve shared a home update on my blog. Mainly because I’ve moved and have slowly been styling my home room by room.
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Buying for my baby girl has been so exciting. From picking out her hospital outfit to her nightly sleepers. It’s truly been such a joy shopping for my sweet baby girl. My focus has really been on quality over quantity and supporting local businesses, when possible.
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Mirror | Shelf (no longer available – similar)| Face Vase | Jug | Pampas Grass | Baskets | Floor Basket | Tank (code laurenevasheriff for 20% off) | Biker Shorts ($11!) My front hallway has been such a plain boring sight since I moved in a few months back. I was going back and fourth with ideas, from building a bench to just doing some peg hooks for some extra storage space. Thanks to Pinterest, my vision for my front hallway became a little more clearer. I opted for a circle mirror and simple shelf for a little oomph and storage. I knew I wanted to keep a boho vibe throughout my house, just like my nursery, and went for beech wood, pampas grass and straw to keep thins simple yet chic. Plus, everything pictured is under $100! Making this hallway reveal not only stylish but super affordable too. Now the only thing missing is some square ottomans or foot stools to keep under the shelf for a place to put on shoes! xo Lauren