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Pawleys Island House Tour

August 30, 2016

I have a little mini house tour for you today!  It's an old Pawleys Island beach house that was moved inland a few years back and has been completely transformed by our friends Seth & Nicole.  Seth and Matthew have been friends since they were in preschool and I used to hang out in this kitchen all the time when we lived in Pawleys.  I can't even begin to tell you how different it looks (in all the good ways) since his awesome wife Nicole has gotten her hands on it.


They recently sold their home in Charleston to move back to their hometown of Pawleys Island to raise their sweet baby girl closer to family.  Seriously, how perfect is Wells' little Godsister, Harper?  It's pretty hard to be distracted from the gorgeous interiors of this old home but those sweet cheeks steal the show!


The marble + old shiplap + wood shelves are classic and old and yet so on point today.  I mean the charm and character in this home is incredible.  Everything is so fresh and yet the updates feel true to the home.


They completely transformed a blah entry way into a welcoming and functioning space. That tile is amazing!  I also love the faux barn door to give some big scale impact in the small space.


She shares some pictures of their house in Charleston they just sold too which has lots of pretty as well.  And the view, ahhh, the view!


Nicole has more before and after pictures and chats about her design process and being a new mom on her new blog, Donuts, Diapers, and Daydreams.  Lots of goodness over there, y'all.  I think we can peer pressure her into sharing more of her gorgeous home on here, I'm working on it now!


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2 comments:

  1. What a cool house! Obsessed with those walls in the kitchen and how the fun fresh patterns in the window treatments and pillow contrast the character.

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  2. Very sweet, I love family homes and seeing how people live with littles in style.

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