31 Days Series|Rebuilding a House and Heart

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3|Defining Your Vision

Day 4|Finding Inspiration {at Julie’s}

Day 5|Finding Inspiration {online}

Day 6|A Lot of Moving

Day 7|We Made It!

Day 8|Full Circle

Day 9|Choosing a Builder

Day 11|House Plans

Day 12|Design Book Inspiration

Day 13|Polly’s House

Day 14|With the End in Mind

Day 15 A Firm Foundation

Day 16 Prayer for the Home

Day 17 Exterior Materials

Day 18 Flooring

Day 19  Lighting, part 1

Day 20 Lighting, part 2

Day 21 Cabinetry

Day 22 Screen Porch, Stevie, and Siri

Day 23 Chipotle Pumpkin Barley Soup

Day 24 The Workroom

Day 25 The Girls’ Room

Day 26 The Guest Spaces

Day 27 The Powder Room

Day 28 Video Tribute by Nester

Day 29 The Kitchen

Day 30

The Living RoomDay 31 Video Tour

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  1. eddie:

    Happy New Year!  your home is AMAZING… I wanted to know if you would share which undercounter fridge that you have in the butler pantry?  

    All the Best,
    Meghan (NJ)

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  1. […] If you paid attention to Edie’s blog this year, you were treated to a lesson in lovely limitations.  I simply can’t not mention Edie and her rebuilding story during this month of embracing and living through lovely limitations.  After losing all their earthly posssessions in a house fire at Christmas last year, this year has been a year of rebuilding.  Edie is a fellow 31 Dayer writing about 31 Days to Rebuild Your House and Heart. […]

  2. […] This is actually a series of posts written by a homeschooling mom whose family lost everything in a house fire at the end of last year. I don’t know this woman at all and actually found her blog through another blog. I’ve also only read a few of her posts, but was immediately captivated by her writing and her strength and courage in the face of such a family crisis. […]

  3. […] I hold the laundry tight and inhale extra long and think about the love that is modeled when a woman washes the same clothes over and over, day in, day out—-almost touching something sacred—-this washing and consecrating of materials things for a noble and good purpose.   The renewal that comes from being clean.   My heart aches for that washing too.   Perhaps it’s a blessed thing, this daily rhythm of life. We love the grand scale, the best days, the shiny things.   The bright newness of God’s blessed restoration. […]

  4. […] God will show us that His grace covers it all. We learned to say thank you for the winter grace. And we rebuilt our dreams while He rebuilt our hearts. (there are links on the sidebar to various rooms in the house!) I also recently wrote a 31 Day […]

  5. […] Rebuilding my house from the ground up forced me think about my decorating style, to give it words.   Darlene recommends even creating a Pinterest board of spaces you love and then studying them.  I came up with five words and a quote, that summarize my style:  eclectic, cottage, Texas, vintage, and Southern chic.  (I’d love to know your words in the comments!). […]

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