Tour our eclectic home all decked out for summer with colorful and curated indoor and outdoor spaces. Part of Something Different: Summer Home Tours.
Hello, hello! I’m so excited for today’s eclectic home tour of our Fort Worth 60’s ranch home.
I’m joining 21 other fantastically eclectic bloggers in a Something Different Summer Tour blog hop so make sure to check out these beautiful homes from some very talented gals all week.
Here are the summer eclectic home tours for today!
Monday Casa Watkins Living
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A Colorful and Eclectic Home
Thanks to a couple of extensive room challenges this year I’m super happy with the progress in our house so far.
You may recognize some of the spaces if you are a regular but I am debuting a couple of new rooms too so come on in!
All of our main living areas were completely transformed during the Spring One Room Challenge which just finished a few short weeks ago. I may or may not be still recovering from. 😉
I brought a lot of color into the open concept with a green accent wall, lots of DIYS, and a few new pieces.
The german schmear/smear fireplace is one of my favorite DIYs I’ve ever done. This side of the room was so dark and gloomy when we moved in but it is really growing on me!
You can read about the entire process and all of the DIYs in the our open concept living dining rooms makeover reveal.
Next on the tour is our daughter’s room. It was the first room I completely made over after we moved in which I completed during the New Year New Room Refresh challenge.
The room has such summery hues of pinks and greens I just had to include it on the tour!
I knew I wanted an eclectic interior design for the entire house and really pulled together the vibe I was going after. It set the stage for the other makeovers!
I can not get enough of the whimsical wallpaper and colorful accessories.
Every day I wonder why I haven’t kicked her out and moved in myself. It’s so freakin’ cute!
Next to our daughter’s room is our master bath and bedroom. They are a work in progress but I have done some updates with them.
Most recently I changed up the bedding textiles for summer and got around to styling our night stands.
I have big plans for the room and hopefully can get around to it this summer (before I moved into my daughter’s room). Ha!
It’s a smaller room so I thought I would try to get a shot of the entire space in the mirror reflection but failed to see how dirty it was. 🙂 The seashells are a nice summer touch though, right?
The tiny on suite bathroom was a quick and fun refresh with bold paint and one of my aunt’s paintings.
The floral art was perfect for spring but works so well for summer too especially with some palm prints close by. You can read how I did the entire room for under $100 in our bathroom makeover.
My son’s room is too stinky and messy to even attempt pictures right now so we’ll skip it.
That just leaves us with our back patio! My daughter and I enjoyed adding finishing touches this weekend after tornado warnings kept us indoors last week.
If you’ve been following instagram stories you know what a treat is is to have such a beautifully landscaped garden the previous owners created. I fell in love with the yard before I the house!
We brought a few Japanese pots, a buddha statue, and umbrella rain chain back from Japan with us that bring fond memories of our last home.
I found a table at an estate sale for $15 and only had to clean it up and spray paint the base gold. Hello MCM style! Isn’t it darling?
Hopefully we still have a couple of weeks to enjoy our outdoor space before it gets too hot!
You can find the resources for the inside and outside spaces below.
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Thanks so much for stopping by today. It’s hard to get house projects done while the kids are out of school but I feel like our home is summer ready!
Make sure to check out all of the other tours today and the rest of the week for loads of summer inspiration.
Something Different: Summer Home Tours