Creating a Meaningful Home: Honey We’re Home

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Today is an exciting day because it’s the start of the Creating a Meaningful Home Blog Series and the first guest contributor is Megan of Honey We’re Home. Welcome Megan…

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I love interior design and decorating my home, but in the end, the purpose is always to create a meaningful home where all family members most want to be.

In our house, we share our space with my three year old son, James, so our home has to be a place where he feels safe and secure, but can also be a kid.  The home also has to function for the adults who live here and don’t want to feel like they live in a playbox. Creating a balanced home means that we can all truly enjoy our time at home.  It should be the place we feel most comfortable and where we are the most relaxed.

I’ve always known that a house should be filled with love, first and foremost.  I created a typography art in our entryway to reflect that belief.

This was an easy, inexpensive decor project that involved letters from Hobby Lobby and black and gold spray paint.  Hopefully, everyone who enters our doors will feel the love!

Thank you so much Megan for opening up your home and showing us how you’ve thoughtfully created a meaningful home for you and your family.

Creating a Meaningful Home: Honey We're Home

Megan of Honey We’re Home is a fabulous blogger who shares amazing DIY projects and fabulous tips on organizing.  Her master closet is a favorite of mine, as well as her really cute and easy-to-create DIY Inspiration Board.

Creating a Meaningful Home: DIY inspiration board

Head on over to Honey We’re Home, and give Megan a BIG HELLO!

Check out all the Bloggers that have contributed to this series on
Creating a Meaningful Home.




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  1. Jenny says

    Love the family room! Did you buy the entertainment center or did you make it? This is something I want for my space. Also what is the view from the entertainment center looking out.
    Thanks