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If Money Grew on Trees – Gorgeous Homes of Instagram

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I am not sure if you all hang out over on instagram but I do. Not only is it a nice distraction from Facebook (which lately is full of nonsense and political crap), it’s a place where I like to visit while I am having lunch, waiting for school pickup or having a cup of coffee. It’s easy to just scroll and look at pretty stuff. I don’t know, it’s one of my happy places lately. If you don’t follow us on instagram, you can just click here and follow along. The past couple of weeks I have come across some gorgeous homes and I wanted to share a few with you. If only money grew on trees!

Gorgeous homes of Instagram

Great Neighborhood Homes

Gorgeous Homes of Instagram

If money grew on trees | gorgeous homes of instagram

Traditional Home 

If money grew on trees | gorgeous homes of instagram

Lake Geneva Architects

If money grew on trees | gorgeous homes of instagram

If money grew on trees | gorgeous homes of instagram

This barn is one of my dreams to have one day. I would love a blog studio inside a barn where I could work, photograph and design pretty rooms. I love how the garage is under the barn and that fabulous stone retaining wall is amazing!

If money grew on trees | gorgeous homes of instagram

Sand Creek Barns

So there you have it. My wish list of homes if only money grew on trees. A girl can dream right? I am getting caught up this week on tons of stuff that didn’t get done the past 3 weeks while working on a prop styling project for HomeGoods. I need a couple more “me’s” when I work outside the house. -ha. Our blog is my full time job and when I throw in an outside design project into the mix, things get waaaaaaay behind and it takes me about a week to get back on track. We have loads of projects in the works and they will be coming soon here on the blog. Stay tuned!

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What started as a hobby, Jessica’s blog now has millions of people visit yearly and while many of the projects and posts look and sound perfect, life hasn’t always been easy. Read Jessica’s story and how overcoming death, divorce and dementia was one of her biggest life lessons to date.

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4 Comments

  1. Susan Gurry says:

    I couldn’t agree with you more on Facebook these days! Thanks for sharing these beautiful homes. I’ll take the one on the water with the dock (and jet ski’s)!

  2. I agree, if only……

    sure was a fun trip !!

    Have a wonderful day !!

  3. I can picture each of these homes by the ocean – my happy place.

    I’ve noticed over the past few weeks that my FB page has totally calmed down. I keep a couple of local news sites to keep up on local news/weather as I don’t have cable. All the others got deleted. Therefore minimal political stuff. 🙂