Today I am so excited to share this Traditional Modern California Home feature in my “Share the Love” series!
In the spirit of Valentines Day, I thought I would start a new series this month called “Share the Love” – a series dedicated to sharing some of my talented friends that inspire me daily! This week I’m sharing my friend Marynn and her beautiful Traditional Modern California Home from her blog Wildflower Home. I met Marynn over on Instagram, and I immediately connected with her on so many levels.
Each week in the month of February, I plan on sharing another blogger (and real life friend) by giving you a glimpse into their beautiful home. My hope is that series will not only give me a bit of a break (if you’re new here I’m 13 weeks pregnant) from creating new content, but also help to grow the readership of these sweet friends of mine. A double blessing! 🙂
First of all, her traditional modern home is gorgeous and every space she designs gives me all the inspiration! Second, Marynn is the true definition of a DIY-er. She tackles everything – and I mean EVERYthing – herself.
Marynn is not afraid of power tools, skim coating a ceiling on her own, or installing a fan (just to name a few of the many things I’ve seen her do that I would totally hand off to my husband).
I also love how thrifty Marynn is. A girl after my own heart, she is constantly visiting thrift shops and scrolling Facebook Marketplace for one of a kind treasures. If you aren’t already subscribed to her blog, I know it would mean so much to Marynn for you to sign up today!
You can read more about Marynn here! Every corner of her home is just stunning.
I just love her recent budget friendly kitchen makeover! So many great ideas. You can see more of her kitchen reveal here!
Marynn uses vintage items so tastefully throughout her home, and she shared all of her tips for incorporating vintage pieces in this awesome post!
Isn’t this traditional modern home absolutely beautiful?! Which space did you love the most? Let me know in the comments below, and be sure to head over to her blog for even more inspiration!