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One thing I have not been quiet about is that I really didn’t want to build a new house. I’ve always preferred beautiful – albeit – questionably, old homes. There is something special about those creaky old floors and nooks and crannies, new homes are missing. Still my fiancé was adamant that underneath those creaky old floors is often headaches that can leave your savings drained. So rather than find a fixer upper, we decided to design and build traditional home design into a new house. Here are a few five places we focused on with our architect (aka my Daddy-o!) to make our new home feel old.

5 Ways to Incorporate Traditional Home Design Into A New Build

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Throughout all the up’s and down’s that have been going on for the past year, I’ve realized just how important the little things are. I’ve discovered it’s the little things that keep your feet on the ground and your heart strong. The big moments in life seem to be just that – BIG. But it’s the little acts of kindness or small tugs at your heart strings that makes your day brighter.

So here are a few things that will make any heart lighter.

5 Things for the Heart

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Maybe it’s the 8 month long Bozeman winters? Or maybe it’s the fact that I love a weekend at home more than anything else? Either way, over the years I’ve definitely learned that cozy home decor is my favorite. And with the way the world seems to be right now I think we could all use a little extra cozy in our homes right about now.

My Home Decor Picks for a Cozy Space

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With January being entirely dedicated to our kitchen, I wanted to create a blog post that had every kitchen spec included. From the Kraftmaid cabinet colors to the hardware and even the tile. Kitchens are a massive part of homes. This also means there are a massive amount of decisions to be made while designing […]

Kitchen Specs – From Cabinet Colors to Hardware

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Kitchen Update || Peach Meets Pine

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Jan

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I can’t think of a better month to introduce my ‘#leeApproved’ segment than a month dedicated to kitchens. When we started building our house it quickly became clear that the kitchen was going to be a #lee zone. Which is hardly surprising. We had two four-hour meetings at Home Depot while designing our kitchen with […]

#leeAPPROVED: Kitchen Gadgets

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Kitchen Gadgets and Home Decor || Peach Meets Pine

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Jan

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After a year of house building and a few months of respite, the New Year is here and so is our new to-do list. The biggest to-do that we have left to tackle is our kitchen (well, and our landscape but it’s currently under 6 inches of snow.) While our vintage-inspired kitchen is certainly functioning, […]

A Vintage-Inspired Kitchen Progress Report

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Vintage Kitchen Design || Peach Meets Pine

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Jan

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The holiday season is here! Which means entertaining becomes somewhat of a national pastime and at one point or another you will end up gathering around a table this season. Though what is on your holiday tabletop is something you either look forward to or have absolutely no interest in. Since tabletops are actually a […]

4 Things for Your Holiday Tabletop

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Holiday Entertaining Table Essentials

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Nov

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When we were building our house I had BIG plans for our small guest bathroom. Yes, it was without a window. And yes, I wanted dark paint. Our whole house is painted in one white color (#budget) so this room felt like a great space to add a pop of color. After hunting around Pinterest […]

BATHROOM REVEAL: Vintage Dark Green Wainscoting

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Dark Green Wainscoting Bathroom

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Nov

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It’s in the details. Or that’s the saying anyways! It’s not a huge secret around here that I preferred remodeling a house over building one. There’s something about lived-in details that always feel cozier than new. Luckily, with the help of a few great vendors you can find hardware that looks as though it was […]

Vintage Hardware We Used in Our Home

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Antiqued Gold Vintage Hardware

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Oct

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“What’s one good thing that happened today?” That’s the one question that is asked everyday in our household. And some days it’s ‘There was cookies at work.’ Other days things it’s much more positive and we can’t stop talking about our favorite moment. But I’ve learned it’s not about fixing the days with contrived good […]

5 Things for the Heart | October

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Oct

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One thing I have not been quiet about is that I really didn’t want to build a new house. I’ve always preferred beautiful – albeit – questionably, old homes. There is something special about those creaky old floors and nooks and crannies, new homes are missing. Still my fiancé was adamant that underneath those creaky […]

5 Ways to Incorporate Traditional Home Design into a New Build

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Traditional Home Design

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Sep

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Oh how times have changed. I swear I used to blindly run out and buy the newest of trends for whatever new season was approaching. Never once thinking about what is already in my closet or how the new pieces would come together. While I’m sure I still have room for improvement, over the last […]

Timeless Transitional Pieces for Any Wardrobe

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Timeless Transitional Pieces

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Sep

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The most asked question I get anymore is “How is the house going?” And I can hardly blame anyone. Pretty much all my life (and quite frankly Instagram) has been for the past 8 months has been our house. Within a week now we will be prepping to move in meaning the pressure is on […]

A House Update – Move in Date!

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