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Last February I sold my friend Heather, her husband Joe and her son Mason this little ranch in Hamilton, Massachusetts. To say it needed a little love is an understatement. Her father is super handy and mostly retired so he installed a new kitchen and bathroom for them, widened doorways to get the more open feel Heather craved and installed a French door overlooking their backyard where their son Mason plays. The kitchen is now almost completely open to the living room.
I knew I wasn’t here to photograph the bathroom. I joked to Heather that I’d write my post on “this is where I relax during the craziness of the holidays” but I couldn’t resist sharing it… I love how it turned out!
After snagging a coffee table for free, and then having her son and husband tell her it didn’t work in the space because they didn’t have room to wrestle (priorities), Heather was on the search for something else that would give them space for coffee mugs, magazines, etc. She sent me an email one day saying that she loved these Better Homes and Gardens end tables and asked what I thought. The next day Better Homes and Gardens sent me an email suggesting a post about “where I relax during the holidays” and I pitched that to Heather and she was game to get the end tables and have her home be photographed.
Heather and Joe got all of their bigger furniture items immediately after getting married a little over seven years ago and since then Heather’s style has really become more light modern farmhouse so she’s been trying to work with their existing furniture to brighten it up with pillows, lighter farmhouse style end tables, curtains and a light rug.
So, let me give you the low down on what Heather thinks about the end tables from Better Homes and Gardens at Walmart:
They have been great to give them space yet still store things; she also thought they were surprisingly sturdy and heavy for such an inexpensive price ($69 each with free shipping PLUS if you have Ebates you can get an additional 2% back!). She loves how it goes so well with their sofa table (not from the line) but her one small complaint was that two times they had to go back to the store because each of the end tables were missing parts (I didn’t have this experience with my Better Homes and Gardens from Walmart pieces).
I loved walking into her living room and seeing their Willow Tree Nativity. It’s set up so beautifully with all sorts of styles of Christmas trees surrounding it.
Oh, and did I mention they just had baby Tess on November 15? You can find Heather in her sweet home getting loads of snuggles in with her little cutie pie.
What is your favorite part of Heather’s home? I’d love to share your sweet words with her!