About

Posted on July 10, 2015

Under the Dogwood Tree - A spring garden party

Greg and Brittany

Hi, I’m Brittany, the creative soul behind Indigo & Honey. Most days you can find me hidden away in this little house of ours with my husband Greg. We bought our Cape in the summer of 2015 and hit the ground running turning it into our dream home. It’s a small, humble house situated on 2 1/2 acres of land and is perfect for us. Greg is my outdoor-loving husband who knows it all when it comes to gardening and landscape. I like to think I’m the same when it comes to interiors, but I’m always learning. Together, we’ve got it all covered!

Design philosophy: Real will always be better than perfect.

I believe that surrounding yourself with things that you truly love and that mean something to you is what makes for a beautiful home. Second to that is keeping the design simple and having intention when styling. I generally gravitate toward a classic and timeless aesthetic but really crave a collected, lived-in look. I’ve found that my favorite rooms are layered with texture, old treasures and calm neutrals.

We all deserve to have a place that we enjoy retreating to at the end of the day.

I hope that my ideas, along with everyone’s comments will inspire you–so grab some tea (or wine) and join us!


House Tour

A little more about our house:

We found first home, a 3 bedroom Cape built in the 1940’s and fell in love before we even walked in the door! We felt an immediate connection to it and soon believed that this house had been waiting for us to find it. Click here to read the story. For a quick tour, view my portfolio.

 

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