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Create the home you've always wanted.
Use it the way you've always dreamed.
There is beauty in the midst of imperfect circumstances.
No matter your housing situation, you can create a personal, meaningful and beautiful home once you decide perfection isn't the goal.
Need encouragement in this step? You'll love The Nesting Place: It Doesn't Have to be Perfect to Be BeautifulRead the book
Discover how to start with what you have and create a home you're proud of in a way that honors your priorities, budget and personal style.
Learn how to make great decorating decisions for every room in the right order.
You'll love the Wall Street Journal Bestselling book: Cozy Minimalist Home. You can read it at your own pace and apply as you go.
Or maybe, you'd prefer a more hands-on approach where you can get input and share photos of your progress. You'll love our private community that opens to new members three time a year.Read the book Join the community
Once your home is feeling Cozy and Minimalized, you'll be extra excited about having a seasonal home.
A home that's ready for the seasons is automatically ready to host all sorts of seasonal celebrations. Be the one who volunteers her home to host because you're finally confident and ready.Read the new Welcome Home book Take the Seasonal Classes
Home exists to serve people, not the other way around.
There is beauty in mismatched sheets and half made beds.
The size of your house doesn't dictate the size of your hospitality.
Home should be the safest place on earth to take a risk.
It's a sacred calling to be watchful about what comes into our home and purposeful about what goes out.
Unique style always trumps trends.
An uncomplicated home is a blessing to everyone who enters it.
Home is an ever shifting combination of grace, cozy, abundance, simplicity, form and function.
When your home is ready for the seasons, it's automatically ready for the holidays within each season.
Cozy doesn't have to mean cluttered and minimal doesn't have to mean cold.
It doesn't have to be perfect to be beautiful.