Saturday, January 16

Sweet Valentine's Day Decor

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Please note: this post is sponsored by Rod Works. I received merchandise in exchange for publication of this post. All the opinions shared are my own - they are honest & open.

I discovered Rod Works quite a while back & I've always loved it. I used to drive all the way down to Lehi just to shop their unique selection, but luckily there is now a Sandy location. They have great home accessories & really fun seasonal decor . . . like what you see here in this Valentine's Day vignette. {CLICK BELOW TO READ MORE}

Saturday, January 9

Saturday, January 2

Best of the Blog 2015

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I'm so grateful to you for reading Honey I'm Home. It's been a crazy year for Honey & me. We spent months finding our new home & selling our old one. We also helped a loved one begin the road to recovery from substance abuse. With all that going on, I have to say that I published much less than I would have liked! But it was still a great 2015. In case you missed them, here are a few of the most popular posts {just click on the title to go to the original post} . . .

The #1 Most Popular Post of 2015: 
"From Oak-y to Okey-Dokey Kitchen Update"
My design client's 80's kitchen took on quite a transformation - proving the power of paint!

Wednesday, December 23

3 Extraordinary Gift Ideas

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I am blessed with some amazing friends. And really their friendship is the gift. They are also really good at coming up with the neatest ideas when it comes to presents. Here are three presents that I received this year that I thought were "all that in a bag of chips"!

Monday, December 14

Merry Christmas from Wheadon House PLUS A Fresh Approach for Your Christmas Decor

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It's a white Christmas here in Utah & I am having so much fun decorating for the holidays in our new home.  
 I did want to share something I learned during the move though. I had too much seasonal decor! It wasn't until we started packing & moving it that I realized how much. So, I thinned it out to my very favorite stuff & I'm working on using some of my everyday accessories - with a twist - for Christmas. Take the Marlow pitcher {from Pottery Barn} above. It stays on my entry way table & I just change out the botanicals for the seasons. 

Wednesday, December 9

Our Christmas Card to You - 2015

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Merry Christmas friends! We hope you are having a wonderful holiday season. Here's our Christmas card to you & a few highlights of our Christmas family pictures.

Sunday, December 6

A Christmas Cookie Exchange Hosted by Jen from Tatertots & Jello

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Jen Hadfield's Tatertots & Jello was one of the first blogs I ever read/discovered. And who could resist with a blog name like that?! On Saturday Jen hosted a Christmas cookie exchange in her beautifully remodeled 1920's cottage. 
Jen's inviting entry way

Friday, December 4

Thanksgiving Re-cap

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Oh my! I guess it's a good thing that I'm so busy living my life that I don't have time to blog about it lately.  Ha ha! I just wanted to re-cap our thanksgiving with our extended Lunt family, & then I will promptly post some Christmas content.

Tuesday, November 10

Wheadon House Tour - The Kitchen

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{We recently moved to a new home. Today I'm sharing the kitchen. CLICK HERE if you'd like to see the entry way also!}
As a designer, I'm often asked, "What is the most timeless choice for kitchen cabinets?".  My answer has always been the same - white. White cabinets are a classic. It seems to me that they stay "in style" more than any other choice. In fact, when my son bought his 1920's home, guess what we found in the kitchen? The original wooden white cabinets! {We gave them a fresh coat of paint - CLICK HERE if you missed it.}

Friday, October 30

A Terrific Trunk or Treat!

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JINKIES! Trunk or Treat was so much fun & wildly successful. Honey & I had a great time as Shaggy & Velma from Scooby Doo. {PS - If I've ever wondered if I should dye my hair red, that question has been definitively answered! #HeckNO}
I turned our boring old Suburban {named Red Boy} into The MYSTERY MACHINE with craft paper from Zurchers. The weather was a little damp, so it looks a little more wrinkled in the photos than it would have been otherwise.