It’s been a bit A&C family because SOOOO much has changed since I last posted. Not only have we moved out of state (again), we bought a house! In NORTH CAROLINA! We moved from Denver, CO to North Carolina this year with plans to plant some roots and live life at a slower pace.
If I think back to around the time I started this blog in 2012 (in Los Angeles), I never in my wildest dreams ever thought I would be a homeowner. Hence why A&C was born. My own sheer desire to design my rentals to feel like more of a reflection of my personality and style.
Since it has been long overdue, I am sharing an extra in depth home tour so you can see where we are at with the home we purchased. We still have much to do, but are making huge strides to get there. I still can’t believe we bought a house.
This has been an exciting time, it has also brought about some thoughts of where A&C will go from here.
I will always have a soft place in my heart for renters so that content will still be shared on this site. BUT the newest addition will be more decorating tips for homeowners that want to do more with less money in their home.
One of the things I am most proud of in the less than 2 months we have been here, is home much we have accomplished. I have spent hours searching Facebook Marketplace and Thrift Stores to find most of the furniture and decor we have added to our home. It has been a great way to explore more of my area and to meet new people! Not to mention to stay on a tighter budget without having to sacrifice quality or style to get some great pieces.
Here are some additional photos of the most complete room in our home, our living room. More to come in the future but I am proud of this space and how it’s coming together!
So what did you think of this space? Let me know in the comments below!
Here are some of my recent idea PINS on Pinterest sharing more of where I sourced some of my decor.
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