Some photos from around our home.

We’ve been spending most of our days inside due to the cold weather and I feel like we’ve been climbing the walls. This long winter has been kind of a bummer for us. Coming from Texas, we aren’t used to so much cold and gloom. All of us are looking forward to sunshine and springtime; playing in the park, outdoor movies, trips to the vineyard, back yard barbecues, and swimming in the lake.

I will say that the gray of winter does make for some pretty light in our home. That is something I can appreciate.

Come on spring! We are anxiously awaiting your arrival.


  • Juju at Tales of Whimsy...

    Yayyyy! House pictures. I love it. Thank you! I was just asking for these. I can’t wait to see more.

  • Kathleen

    That photo of little Sailor’s toes.. precious!! But all the photos are just beautiful, as usual!!

  • Rachel

    I’ve been getting the winter blues as well. I think what gets me worst of all is how confined you are in the winter. I cannot wait to be able to run around outside, adventure with friends, and swim in the lakes. x

  • Lulu

    You have such a wonderful home James. The surroundings you have from your backyard is stunning!

    Lulu xx

  • Julie

    I love that “ITS OK” sign. Something so simple but uplifting to look at! And Birdie is just too cute.

  • Charlotte

    Your house is beautiful. I have no idea how you keep it so clean with 4 kids around! Very envious of the greenery on your doorstep too. I live in London and as much as I love it here (which I really do, I’m not complaining), building after building after building is no match for a little nature x

  • Tina

    I feel like I’m going insane stuck in doors as well!!! LETS GO SPRING!

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  • Fay

    Birdie’s boots are the best! :)
    And I really love that 2nd photo.

  • Margaret

    I like simple interiors …
    I love the simplicity of your home .
    I like white color.

  • amber

    gorgeous photos. i love that one of birdie. so cute!

    it’s been a really hard winter for us, too. we’re up in maine, right on the coast, and it’s been a “real maine winter” this year, for sure. lots of snow and lots of bitter cold. i’ve lived here all my life so i’m used to it, but i can’t imagine how you guys must be feeling just moved from a rather warm area! cabin fever for sure… but spring will be here soon! :)


  • Frankie

    Would love to know where you sourced that gorgeous b&w mountain print!

  • Mandy

    It’s so funny how everything is relative. Your cold days in Nashville are equivalent to our warmer days this winter. We’ve been getting so many days/weeks in the single digits and even below zero and feet (not inches) of snow accumulation where I live. I’ve been stuck inside with my baby, too. I know I couldn’t handle the heat and humidity of Texas in the summer though.

  • Sarah

    Where is your “it’s ok” banner from? Love it!

  • Sharon

    LOVE your black heels! What brand are they?

  • Calli

    The simplicity of the way you decorate is very admirable. Your style reminds me of my mom’s in a lot of ways. Thankfully I’ve acquired much of her good taste over the years. At least I’d like to think so ;) I just bought a black and white poster of Bridalveil Falls in Yosemite Park- I could see it fitting in with your look.

  • Jenna

    Such lovely light! I’ve come back to look at these photos three times already today. I also love simple, muted rooms with mostly white. It is calming and dreamy.

  • katie

    that jewelry box/pyramid is so lovely.

  • leni

    are you planning on a complete home story? i love the pictures you took of the children’s bedrooms back where you lived before.

  • Adeline

    What are your heels? They’re so pretty!

    I hear you about winter. I don’t mind the cold weather but it gets to a point where my body just suddenly craves heat, sunshine and summer food and I can’t control it anymore. We’ll get there soon!

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