This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Lennox. All opinions are 100% mine.
Describe what makes a house a home in three words… I’d say safe, comfortable and family. When you truly think about what makes your house feel like home, it’s really who you share it with, feeling safe and warm and taken care of, and the memories you make inside those walls, versus the structure itself.
Today, I’m working with Lennox®, one of the leaders in the HVAC space to show you some of my favorite spaces in our home. I trust Lennox® as a reliable HVAC provider on the forefront of HVAC technology to keep our home cozy and comfortable, so we can focus on the things that really matter, like making a house a home.
We have lived in our home for a little over five years and I recently shared that we’re getting ready to start on a major home renovation project that will affect most of the first floor, some of the second floor and even some of the basement. Because of the huge amount of work (and mess) that a project like this will entail, we’ve decided to move out of our home while construction is happening. It seems like the most convenient and the safest thing to do with three young children in a construction zone.
But I’m really going to miss our home for a few reasons – and three special spaces in particular (sharing them below). Home is a place to feel warm, cozy, safe, and comfortable. Lennox® helps make a house a home by providing peace of mind and reliable products to make sure your family is comfortable and to improve your home’s indoor air quality (IAQ). Everyone knows about the dangers of outdoor pollution but because people spend about 90% of their time indoors (per The American Lung Association), indoor air quality is really important for our health and safety as well.
Because we will be opening up so much of the first floor, we’ve decided to install two smaller air conditioning units (one per floor) to actually save money overall versus having one unit working constantly. We’re contacting our local Lennox® dealer (Find a dealer near you to do the same!) to install new Lennox® systems for our home for when we move back in in the fall. Reaching out to your Lennox® dealer means you’ll get quality HVAC installations and service, plus they are the best source for information on promotions and local energy rebates. Win/win!
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And now for my three favorite spaces in our home, mainly because I’ve designed them from scratch and they were created with love, attention to detail, and each space was made specifically for each child. Definitely spaces to feel warm, safe, loved and comfortable.
My Three Favorite Spaces in Our Home:
It’s all boy and all him. Shades of navy and grey with pops of orange and gold are modern but perfect for a little boy’s room. I love his big navy rug – perfect for playing – and his little sports art wall.
Hands down, my favorite part of Quinn’s room is her gorgeous floral accent wall. Followed closely by my furniture that was passed down to her and refreshed with new hardware. Her bed was actually my mom’s as a child, then mine, so it’s very special to see an heirloom piece being used and loved in our home.
Maybe my favorite space of all in the house because it’s a room all three of my babies have called ‘home’. Because we keep a permanent nursery, everyone has enjoyed their first days at home in this room and even though it’s gender-neutral, it’s been the perfect space for each of them individually. So many amazing memories, sleepless nights, baby giggles, first smiles, and sweet snuggles have happened in these four walls that it’s just one of the best rooms in the house.
And one more, for good measure… this tiny space in the hall with our measuring chart on it has been on my radar in a big way. We’ve had it for a few years and I usually just walk right by but lately, the kids have been stopping in front of it and asking how much bigger they’ve gotten. And it’s such a good reminder to stop and actually look at them to see how much they’ve grown because even though you have a front-row seat, you don’t always see everything.