Helloooooo "elloooo ... elloooo" ((*echoes*)). Is anybody out there?!
It's me ... the queen of blog neglect! I've missed my little ol' blog and connecting with all of you ... but, lately, all I've had to share are boxes ... upon boxes ... upon BOXES! Who wants to see that ?! If I never see another box again, it will be "too" soon!
Yes, my little and family and I moved back to my home state of Virginia two weeks ago! My husband was offered a position within his company that was too good to pass up, even if it meant we had to relocate. Soooo, up went the "For Sale" sign in our yard scattered with palm trees in South Carolina, and we prayed it wouldn't take too long to sell our home! Thankfully, it only took a few months.
So, please say hello to our new casa! I "virtually" watched this home being built from the ground up over the last few months ... even though I loved it, we didn't want to sign a contract on another home until we had a solid contract on our own. When we were in a position to sign away, I couldn't believe this beauty was ready to go and still available. I guess it was simply meant to be!
Admittedly, we're still getting used to stairs again having gone from a one level to a three level home. Yes, it makes moving furniture around on a whim a bit daunting, for sure!
I love our new kitchen ... but, of course, I've already painted our island and getting ready to slap some paint on the cabinets, too (sure you're not surprised) ... can't wait to show you the transformation!
Here's the little sunroom off the kitchen while it was under construction ... I look forward to sharing with you what it looks like now!
SOMEday we'll beef up the fireplace mantel in the great room similar to what we had in our home in SC! For now ... I'll have fun styling this one!
While we stuck with my favorite "Manchester Tan" for most of the main rooms and hallways, we decided to go a bit darker in the dining room and am loving Ben Moore's "Perfect Greige" in there! Now, to just mount the shelves!
I hope you all will keep me company while we transform our new house into our "home."
Thanks so much for stopping by!