Eclectic Home Tour – Bless’er House

Eclectic Home Tour of Blesser House - from builder grade house to farmhouse style on a budget

Lauren of Bless’er House moved into a brand new, cookie cutter home in North Carolina a couple of years ago and has made it her mission to put her stamp on it by demo-ing, DIY-ing and decorating the you know what out of it.

Enjoy the tour …

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Rustic fall porch - love the blue front door and the shutters


Cozy fall porch

Love this foyer and the rustic bench

I love decorating my antique typewriter for the seasons and love this quote on a $9 thrift store find.

Fun quote on an old typewriter

This was a blank wall and for $600, it’s now a focal point faux fireplace.

DIY faux mantel with log filled fireplace

Log slice filled fireplace

Card catalog coffee table

Can you believe the chandelier, blue cabinet and chairs were thrift store makeovers!

Farmhouse dining room - love the old shutters and the DIY rope chandelier

Rustic shutters are a perfect backdrop for a wreath

Fall pumpkin centerpiece

Cottage dining room - love the lantern

Staircase gallery wall

Old chalkboard window

Love the hardware on these bathroom cabinets

A planked wall warms up the bathroom.

Wood plank bathroom wall really warms up the room

Chicken wire jewelry holder

This has to be the best idea ever!  See how to turn plain shower doors into industrial factory windows.

DIY industrial factory window shower doors

Door knob hook towel holder

I think Lauren’s succeeded – this is definitely no cookie cutter home anymore.

Pop over to Bless’er House to see more.


P.S. – My search has finally ended – I’m over at the HomeGoods blog sharing my fall living room spruced up with two perfect new accent tables – see it here.


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  1. So many wonderful things she has done with her treasures she finds, i loved that shower door. I love that it is unusual and original,that makes it just hers.

  2. I am wowed by Lauren’s home! Her home is warm, creative and fresh! Love the gallery walls, the chandy, the planked walls and basically everything about her home. I’m off to visit her blog!

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