Last fall I photographed this beautiful engagement shoot in an amazing kitchen. The shoot was picked up for publication by Style Me Pretty, and the editors immediately emailed me to find out if the rest of the house was as gorgeous as the kitchen. I chuckled as I replied with an emphatic, "YES!" because I had been thinking to myself that I needed to figure out a way to do multiple shoots in every room of that house. The editors of Style Me Pretty commissioned me to go back and photograph the whole house, and I was like, "I guess. If I have to." haha!

I'm so excited to announce that the photos of the entire home tour were just featured on Style Me Pretty Living earlier this week! AHHH!! SO MUCH FUN. I know I'm a wedding photographer, but I have a thing for decorating and a huge appreciation for gorgeous interiors, so this was such a fun side project for me!

This is the Arnold family. Coley, the mom, is co-owner of Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market. She has used her passion -- for transforming someone else's junk into a family treasure -- to create a beautiful home for her family, as well as a flourishing business. I appreciate her allowing me to invade her home and share all the pretty goodness therein with you!
This is the kitchen where it all began:
The front family room shares a great room space with the kitchen and is so colorful and eclectic:
Right behind the kitchen is a long room that functions as a living room and office space:
Down the hall past the cute pantry door is the bedroom shared by all three of Coley's boys:
I love the finishes in the hall bath:
And finally, here is the master bedroom and bathroom:
Sources: Design And Styling: Coley Arnold Of Junk In The Trunk Vintage Market | Floral: Hoot & Holler | Army Cabinet: Hawk Salvage | Barn Door: Craigslist Find | Bathtub: Craigslist | Boys Beds: Junk In The Trunk Vintage Market | Buffet: Family Heirloom | Chippy Pantry Door: Rafterhouse | Desk: For The Love Of Old | Green Chairs: Overstock | Headboard: Twigs And Twine | Island: Old Brick House | Metal Cabinet In Master: Stuff Antiques | Mid-Century Couch: Modern Manor | Piano: Family Heirloom | Pillows: The Mod Boho | Rolling Shelf: Salvaged | Ship Lights: Big Ship Salvage On Ebay | Wood Shelves: Porter Barn Wood


Equipment used for the wide overall room shots:
Canon 5D Mark III // Canon 24mm 1.4 lens // Manfrotto Tripod

Equipment used for the rest of the photos -- all details: Contax 645 Film Camera // Zeiss Planar 80mm f/2.0 Lens // Portra 800 film // Film developed & scanned by Photovision
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