Today I’m excited to share 5 Tips To Create An Intentionally Planned Home from some of my favorite bloggers.
You will find great tips whether you are decorating an existing home, planning to build a dream home, or remodeling your current home. Regardless of the season of your life, these tips will allow you to create a home to meet your families needs.
When we planned our forever home, our needs were completely different from the plans we made when our daughter was still living at home.
So many decisions would have been different when we were running carpool and attending sports events. Therefore, to create an intentionally planned home, you need to consider what season of life your are currently in.
As you read the following posts, you will gain insights into all seasons and these tips will allow you to make purposeful decisions so you can create the home of your dreams. In addition, you will learn ways to carve out family time in a hustle and bustle world. Ways to not only create an intentional home but an intentional life.
By: The Ponds Farmhouse
After an accident and lengthy recovery, my husband and I felt a shift in our priorities. Our daughter had just married and we no longer felt the need for a larger home. We wanted to simplify our lives and eliminate our debt. Therefore the process of downsizing and building our forever dream home began.
These are the 5 Steps to Plan A Forever Dream Home that my husband and I used as we were planning our farmhouse. With the experience of building and living in several different homes, we finally got everything we wanted in this home. Hopefully, these tips will be useful to you or someone you know who is planning a new home or a remodel.
First and foremost, having a white farmhouse had always been a dream of mine. Since the property here at the ponds didn’t come with a house, the hunt for the perfect plan began. You will learn how we strategically designed and created our dream home.
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By: Robyn’s French Nest
My friend Robyn is in a busy season of life. Her children have their own interests, school work, church groups, friends, hobbies, and activities. “We are very much in a season where intentionality is the only reason we can even sit down together to dinner most evenings” says Robyn!
Robyn shares these 5 ways she works to create an intentional home.
- Begin with An Intentional Heart, Mind, and Body
- Create a Cozy Environment
- Create an Intentional Home with Purposeful Beauty
- Furniture That Serves Your Family
- Create Purposeful Quiet Spaces
Regardless of the season of your life, you will find so much inspiration from this post.
By: Open Doors Open Hearts
My friend Aliya is a busy young mother and the felt the need to plan intentional time with her older daughters after recently adopting a baby girl.
Having a new daughter was demanding so much of her time that she planned this Simple and Beautiful Mother Daughter Picnic. “I wanted to be intentional with them and make sure that they knew that our love for them has not changed” says Aliya.
In addition, you will learn how she allows the big girls to participate in the preparations for the picnic and little details that made her girls feel special. In addition, she shares other ways that she and her husband have established intentional time with all her children. All of these tips can be helpful with your own children or grandchildren.
By: The Inspired Room
You are going to gain so much insight into planning an intentional home from Melissa who is author of 11 Books. Her latest is A Lovely Life: Savoring Simple Joys in Every Season is wonderfully written and will inspire you to cultivate a lovely life in each season.
“An intentional home is about discerning what matters most to you so you can let go of what doesn’t.” says Melissa
Melissa shares this Secret to Success which includes.. Embracing your seasonal rhythms and the art of savoring simple joys. I know you will be uplifted by this insightful article which will help you to create an intentionally planned home.
By: She Gave It A Go
I have been following Brendt’s blog & Instagram account for several years. Her blog has been such an inspiration to me as I began my own blog. Today she is sharing 5 Creative Ways to Find Pleasure in Your Daily Life contains so much useful and heartfelt inspiration with us.
Brendt shares that she considers “each day a gift” and therefore should be savored.
In order to find pleasure each day, Brendt shares her ideas which are simply based on our five senses: smell, touch, taste, sound, and sight. I know you will love these 5 Creative Ways to Find Pleasure and tips for an intentional home.
I’m so glad you shopped by today and I hope you explored all of the above articles. You can use the pin I created for this post to save on Pinterest as a reminder of all these great articles.