House Tour: A Blogger's Bright & Sweet First Home

Homeowner and blogger Adena Leigh welcomes us into her charming open-concept home with touches of farmhouse style. See how she injected her personality into the 100-year-old space with easy updates, DIY projects and beautiful decor. In the living room, a painted brick gas fireplace, pastel pillows and a floating stack of books add quirk and character, while a rectangular harvest table is the ideal gathering place for friends and family in the dining room. Plus, you’ll adore Adena’s quaint breakfast nook complete with vintage pieces, bistro-style chairs and a cozy window seat.



Entryway: Runner, Tonic Living Living room: Pillows and blankets, Tonic Living; Fireplace, Barbecue World. Kitchen: Faucet, Rubinet. Breakfast nook: Marble bistro table, Home Sense; Bench cushion, pillows and planters, Tonic Living.

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30 thoughts on “House Tour: A Blogger's Bright & Sweet First Home”

  1. Simply beautiful. Each room has a lovely story to tell. My fav pieces are the accent chairs in the living room space, the breakfast area, and that gorgeous chandelier over the dining table!!! Super classy and chic! Well done girl. I can imagine vacationing in a home like this. So cozy and stylish💟💟💗💗

  2. It’s beautiful. I love the kitchen. But I know that TVs with decorative panels to mimic art or mirrors exist so I would opt for one of those rather than having that distracting and unappealing black screen above the fireplace.

  3. Great job 👌, her dad deserves lots of yummy baked goods as payment for his handyman services 😉, her whole apartment is light and bright and warm and welcoming 👏👏👏👏

  4. Love the design, but I’ve never understood why (other than space considerations), people hang their TVs over their fireplace’s. Way too high for a comfortable viewing angle, even seated several meter’s back. I’d personally rather go without.

  5. Beautiful home. However, what's that TV doing over the fireplace?! Yikes! Why glorify a TV when you could showcase a beautiful piece of artwork? I've heard many professional decorators say that a TV over a fireplace is a no-no.

  6. Still don’t get why some home owners chose to have induction cooktops when they have access to gas lines in the house. I am just talking about the old owners / builders in this regard. I can really see. I major changes have been done to the kitchen just a cute face lift


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