Below are five more bloggers who had fun decorating their homes for our summer tour decorating campaign:
Robin of All Things Heart and Home
Robin is the coordinator of this year’s Welcome Home Summer Tour, for which she rallied 23 of her close blogging friends to invite readers to marvel at their unique summer home decorating. She believes that everything she does in the home is a reflection of her heart — from small things like decorating, to bigger endeavors like remodeling a room. Through her blog, All Things Heart And Home, she encourages everyone to find inspiration for what matters most.
Check out Robin’s blog post to see how she decorated her home with Balsam Hill.
Heather of Setting for Four
An interior decorator and a proud wife to an infantryman, Heather founded the home decor and lifestyle blog, Setting for Four, to help herself cope with the challenges of being a military wife. Her passion for affordable elegance and creativity are apparent in her blog, which features fun and inspirational DIY, craft and decor ideas that won’t break the bank or sacrifice style. For Heather, blogging turned out to be a fun and rewarding journey.
Pam of House of Hawthornes
Pam has a love affair with everything vintage and simply cannot pass a thrift store or yard sale without stopping by. In her lifestyle blog, House Of Hawthornes, she writes about all things vintage, her thrifting adventures, and her summer gardening ideas. Born and bred a Midwestern girl, Pam now lives in Ohio with her husband, wonderful son, and two dogs.
Check out Pam’s blog post to see how she decorated her home with Balsam Hill.
Jen of Girl in the Garage
Jen enjoys sharing makeovers and DIY projects on her blog Girl in the Garage. She loves old furniture, hunting for treasures, and making beautiful things. It is her passion to inspire others to be creative and see the potential in ordinary items.
Anita of Cedar Hill Farmhouse
After leaving behind her career as an engineer, Anita became a wife and mother, and eventually the founding editor of Cedar Hill Farmhouse, where she shares her love for vintage, antiques, farmhouse comfort, and all things French. She started the design and lifestyle blog after discovering the fascinating world of blogging. Having always wanted to become an artist, Anita found this new career exciting and fulfilling. Also a Houzz.com contributor, she has just completed her first book, French Accents, Farmhouse French Style for Today’s Home, which will be available this fall.
Stay tuned for more features on our Summer Housewalk bloggers tomorrow.