I love the name of this blog, Simplicity in the South, and Tricia is a DIY gal after my own heart and she’s Southern too. I just love what she’s done with her home in South Carolina. I featured Tricia back in 2013 and since then, she has sold that house and bought a 115 year old bungalow and she got married to a contractor. They are fixing up this home and making it as cute as can be.
Tricia describes her style as a mix of casual, coastal and vintage-cottage-classic and she loves mixing textures and neutrals but adding just a touch of color. I love that too! She was blogging back then, but I think she has slowed down some now, but you’ll find lots of inspiration on her blog.
Enjoy Tricia’s beautiful home…DIY style!
Here’s her 1915 bungalow in SC when she bought it. It has some outbuildings too.
I think they are still updating the house, but here are some beautiful after pics so far.
They added this beautiful set of French doors which really accent the space.
It’s such a charming house and they’ve added more character to it.
This long and narrow pantry is a show stopper with that black and white tile.
So many pretty details in this small space.
Powder room makeover with beadboard wainscot. Notice the tin ceiling painted white.
So cute and simple.
The master bathroom got a complete gut job and now is casual farmhouse style.
With a beautiful walk in shower.
They do a lot of DIY projects and this cute shutter shelf over the toilet is just perfect.
Guest room update. I love a moody wall.
The upstairs dormer bedroom is so eye catching, it landed them in This Old House magazine. Made with stock kitchen cabinets, it is such a neat space.
Who wouldn’t enjoy this little hideaway.
The guest cottage got a really fresh look, inside and out.
Love those soaring ceilings.
Perfect for guests and a fun backyard getaway.
Outdoor porch space
Tricia has an easy to live with style.
I hope you enjoyed seeing Tricia’s home, I know she would love to meet you, so click on over and visit Simplicity in the South!
Tricia also sells custom bath organizing drawers and unique ladders and mirrors, so check out her Shop page for all of that.
Jane @ Cottage at the Crossroads says
I’ve just recently discovered Tricia and her wonderful blog, too! I enjoyed seeing more of her home through your feature, and I’m headed over to see how she hung those curtains above her washer and dryer!
Sonya ~At Home with The Barkers says
I meet Tricia a few months back and she is just the sweetest. She has the best style and her blog is amazing. So glad she is your Friday feature! Have a great weekend!
Kristin @ bliss-athome.com says
Great home tour! xo Kristin
Barb @ The Everyday Home says
Loved, loved seeing this home. So many great ideas packed into one post. I especially love that this house looks the same size as my son and DIL’s, so I am sending this to them so they can get ideas for their own house, too. Thanks ladies for sharing!
I just love her home too. The location is amazing to begin with. I love what they’ve done with all the spaces.
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what a cute house! I’m. A new follower Of her blog! Tanks for sharing Rhoda!
Shannon @ Fox Hollow Cottage says
Tricia has just worked wonders in her home! So many pretty rooms and so many great projects. Every room is so charming and they all seem to have special details! What a super feature, I’m so happy to see her here at Southern Hospitality 🙂
Judy Clark says
Rhoda – Thanks for the tour of Tricia’s beautiful home. Lots of cute ideas.
Hope @ Fairhope Supply Co. says
So light and fresh! I’m headed over to her blog now! Thanks for the introduction.
Nancy @ Artsy Chicks Rule says
I had the opportunity to meet Tricia (and see you Rhoda ;)) in March at a MMS class!
She has some really great projects, I love her style and her home…so happy to see her featured here!
Sandra @ Teacakes N' Things says
Great features…wonderful decor. I especially love the name, Simplicity in the South.
Melanie @ The Painted Chandelier says
What a great blog~ Thanks for sharing. I love how she added to her builder’s grade home to make it one-of-a-kind. So pretty & interesting!
another shabby chic home with teal and turquoise thrown in.
ummmm its been done before.
we’ve seen it everywhere.
can we get a space that’s not a copy of someone elses home?
Hey, Jessie, those happen to be popular colors now and I’ve used some of it in my home too. I think you can still use popular colors and make it your own without it looking like everyone else.
Tricia @ Simplicity in the South says
Your blog is amazing so this has been such a treat to be featured! Thank you so much! I hope you have a great weekend.
Tricia has a beautiful home, and I’ve been inspired by many of her projects since discovering her blog. I love all of the board and batten. And the industrial closet makeover is my favorite!
Beautiful home! My favorite part would be the Laundry Room, the rack of your family pictures and the bedroom. Neat, Organized, and full of memories! 🙂 Great interior!
When you come up with a solution for your out of control jewelry collection, please do share. I have the same issue.
Thanks for sharing this beautiful blog.
Vreeland Road says
Oh my goodness! I am in love with this woman’s org skills! Cannot wait to get back home and organize my linen closet. Its also a great example of only living with what u NEED.
Jane H. says
I really like this one! So many cute ideas. Heading over to check out her blog or find her on Instagram. Thanks for sharing.