When I saw Tricia’s home pics, I was totally drawn in to her casual, farmhouse style that she has put together so well. Reading Tricia’s story, her family 6 decided to build a house , but they didn’t want a huge house. They picked a floor plan, modified it to fit their family and their family of 6 resides in a just under 2,000 s.f. cottage of a home that lives big. I think you’ll enjoy this beautiful new family home. She calls it the Little Cottage on the Pond and it’s a beautiful space. Tricia’s style is warm and eclectic and she’s done a fabulous job of making it her own.
Tricia is mom to 4, a former school teacher, and now full time painter of furniture with her own business. I love that!
Coming in the entry way. Love that front door, so unusual!
Tricia has incorporated so many unique things in her home, like this map on the foyer ceiling and the eclectic chandy. Beautiful!
One of Tricia’s painted furniture pieces.
Another vignette around her house.
Love this sign, an ode to her dachshund. I’ve had 2 dachshunds in my life before, they are sweet dogs.
The cozy living room.
The kitchen is so beautiful with open shelving and white cabinets.
Open view to the living room.
Eating area in the kitchen.
Master bedroom with calming neutrals.
Such a pretty space.
Another of Tricia’s pretty painted pieces.
A skirted table in the bathroom.
Corner tub with beadboard surround.
Boy’s bunk room. Check out the industrial pipes that it’s made with.
Boy’s closet neatly organized.
Her daughter’s room.
The kid’s bathroom.
Tricia is also a great DIYer, along with her hubby and they made a beautiful Ballard inspired headboard for only $75. Very impressive.
And this mirror from Kirklands got a new paint treatment, giving it a high-end look.
I know you enjoyed the tour of Tricia’s home as much as I did. Little Cottage on the Pond’s tag line is “living big in a small house”. I totally think Tricia achieved that concept perfectly in her home.