Spring Home Tour– Pam from Simple Details

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Today please enjoy touring the beautiful home of Pam from Simple Details.

We are so happy to have her here today! You know how fun it is when you discover a new blog and pour over it, loving each room more? That is how I felt when I found Pam’s blog not too long ago. She has great style and top-notch decor projects–just her foyer alone had us at “hello!”.

Enjoy!

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Hey everyone, I’m Pam from Simple Details and thrilled to be part of the Spring Home Tour today. Our little 1938 home has been a huge labor of love, it was dreadful when we bought it, yet love at first sight for a designer and DIY addict! That would be me, Mr. Simple sees no fun in any of that, but he does like working in our yard, and gets the credit for planting all of these tulips in the exact spots I suggested! 🙂

I cheated with the photo above, it’s from last year, we have another week before

the tulips will be in bloom. Reality is we’re getting another beautiful spring

 snow in Denver today!

 I just finished giving our entry a makeover last month and added some pizazz with

this stencil and sunburst ceiling light. They’re both knock offs of pricey designer

looks, one of my favorite things to DIY.

A neutral background is perfect for me, as I tend to change thing up on a whim.

I jumped on the radiant orchid trend and made some bright pillows for spring.

Pillows are one of my go-to accessories to change up with seasons.

The pom-poms and Greek key trims were easy details for a custom look.

This french settee is a new addition on the opposite side of the room,

thank you Craigslist!

I reupholstered it in my favorite neutral, black and white stripes, and added

the floral watercolor pillow.

Surprisingly, our dining room hasn’t seen many changes since I brought in the

dresser turned buffet. It was a free find on the sidewalk, with a little paint and Ikea

pulls turned sideways it’s one of my most loved pieces in our home.

Our kitchen was remodeled eight years ago and most recently looked like this, and you can check out the scary sight when we first moved in here.
BUT, it’s currently undergoing a transformation to give it a fresh modern look, and I’ve been hard at work painting the cabinets and a surprise top for the island is being installed tomorrow. Yay!!! You can follow along with the One Room Challenge progress each Wednesday and in a few short weeks I’ll have a fresh new look!

Our bathroom update was last year, some DIY projects were a roman shade, vanity,

 painting our fixtures and shower surround, and a ceiling light.

I like changing out the artwork for spring and summer, I bring in a flamingo print

and an abstract in pinks and blues.

Our poor bedroom was so sad for years, it finally got a major refresh last fall.

I set out to make the 13 x 11 room feel larger and more luxurious, the

bedroom update included a long list of DIYs, including this Craigslist headboard,

that was originally red and gold…yikes!

My opinionated son and I had so much fun working on his room together. At the beginning

I wasn’t sure if our tastes would successfully merge, think reclining sectional with cup

holders and a TV. Ha! 🙂 But it came together and we both love it.

 

 

I hope you enjoyed the tour of our home. The projects are ongoing and never ending over at Simple Details, and I’d love for you to pop over and visit me there for more design, DIY, thrifting, entertaining and gardening. Thank you to the lovely ladies, Amy, Christy and Terry, here at 11 Magnolia Lane for including me in the Spring Home Tour! It’s a pleasure to share our home with your sweet readers!
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Didn’t you LOVE her home? We knew you would! Be sure to check out her blog at www.simpledetails.com, I can’t wait to see what her kitchen looks like when she is done! Thanks, Pam!

While you are here, don’t miss any of the homes in our Spring Open House series~

Bliss at Home

The 11 Magnolia Lane Historic Home {the home that inspired our blog!}

Simple Details

Amy’s Mom’s House (a Mother’s Day treat!)

Less Than Perfect Life of Bliss

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Comments

  1. Pam is an incredible DIY gal….I am always amazed at her projects! He home is so lovely and I love visiting her blog to see the changes taking place:)

  2. Pam is one of my favorite bloggers and has such a beautiful home! I am dying to see what she will do to that already gorgeous kitchen!
    -Shelley

  3. One of my favorite home of all time! Love, love the entry and living room especially!

    Angela @ Number Fifty-Three

  4. I love Pam and her gorgeous home! Enjoyed seeing all of her gorgeous-ness here in one place today!

  5. love pam and her amazing home! she is so stylish and talented, and super sweet!

  6. I love how interesting and chic Pam’s home is…….it’s one of my favorites! The neutral backdrop is so great for changing up accessories over the course of the year. How amazing does that Radiant Orchid color look in the living room – I didn’t think I was a fan until I saw that!

  7. Love Pam and her fabulous style

  8. Pam’s house is amazing – she has such a great sense of style and creates spaces that are fun and inviting. The new foyer updates are my favorite – the girl’s a DIY maven!

  9. I’ve been out of the blogosphere lately with lots of technical problems and have missed visiting Pam’s blog. She is so talented and I love her home! Thanks so much for the feature ~ these are really enjoyable.

    xo
    Pat

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