We recently jetted away to Cozumel, Mexico for a few days to celebrate Jordan’s birthday a little early and get some much-needed R&R! We didn’t do as much planning for this particular trip, but we found a great deal online and loved getting to just relax and enjoy being at an all-inclusive for a few […]

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Hello again, friends! It’s been a while! We feel like we’ve been going 100mph lately between shooting a wedding, working at the dental practice, and of course, lots of home projects. So here’s an update of all the home projects we’ve been up to: A major DIY garage makeover Painting our new back door! Finishing […]

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  • Stephanie Shaul - Eee! So much prettiness going on here!! I’m loving seeing it all transformed, especially that sunroom. Gorgeous!ReplyCancel

    • Robyn Van Dyke - Thanks so much, friend! Love being able to share this process with you! xoReplyCancel

  • Carole Van Dyke - It’s a coin toss for me – I don’t know if I love the garage floor and all the luscious order in that space, or the potential for rich conversations and quiet times in that charming sunroom. Well…. on second thought — sorry, Jor. *Wink*

    Have a wonderful 4th and can’t wait to see you soon after!ReplyCancel

    • Robyn Van Dyke - Haha! Can’t wait to show it all to you in person soon! xo!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa - Oooh, LOVE that door color! And your sunroom furniture looks straight out of Southern Living–can’t wait to see the room finished!ReplyCancel

    • Robyn Van Dyke - You are too kind, sweet Lisa! Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Bridgette Langdon - I am LOVING that blue door! It is the perfect little pop ๐Ÿ™‚ReplyCancel

    • Robyn Van Dyke - Thanks so much, Bridgette! xo!ReplyCancel

  • Allison - Where are those chairs from?! They’re gorgeous!!ReplyCancel

    • Robyn Van Dyke - Thank you, Allison! They’re from Pottery Barn. ๐Ÿ™‚ReplyCancel

  • Em - LOVING the sun room so far!!ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth Burns - I can’t stop ogling at your super organized garage, haha. Organizational goals, my friend!ReplyCancel

    • Robyn Van Dyke - Haha, thank you!! We’ve been a bit OCD about it so it’s been taking forever, but we love having a spot for everything! ๐Ÿ™‚ (The inside of the house currently is a completely different story though!)ReplyCancel

We recently added to the scope of our exterior renovations and began the process of getting rid of one exterior door before we paint! One thing about our house that is odd is how many doors there are. While some people may love that, we weren’t as keen on it for two reasons: Security – […]

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  • Kelly - Our house has NINE doors that allow entry into the house. I’ve always thought that was a ton!! Every bedroom in the house has a door to the outside. My main concern is for when we have teenage kids, but I hope my future kids would never think of sneaking out of the house. I hope that I have perfectly obedient children…or I’ll need some really good door alarms. ๐Ÿ˜‰ReplyCancel

    • Robyn Van Dyke - WOW! Nine!!! You win – haha! We have six currently and we will have five once we get rid of the one, which we think will be just perfect for us! But the silver lining with a door in each bedroom is that y’all have very easy escape routes in case of fire! ๐Ÿ˜‰ I will also hope for your sake that you have wonderfully obedient children that would never even think of sneaking out of the house!ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth Burns - I’m with you – sometimes less is more. We removed a back door during our renovation (went from three to two) and are so glad we did. Doors usually eat up valuable square footage so saying sayonara to one can create a more functional floorplan. I think you guys are smart to make the change now!ReplyCancel

    • Robyn Van Dyke - Happy to have your design stamp of approval! ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m so glad we thought of it now too before we finish the exterior! It must be so wonderfully simple to just have two doors in your home! I completely agree about being able to create much more functional floor plans with less doors!ReplyCancel