came a need
space-saving ideas. Liz included
wall-mounted desks in the kids’
rooms and hidden storage in the
“It is smaller than what we had
before but it was honestly refresh-ing
to purge the things we didn’t
use anymore,” she says.
The home reflects Liz’s philos-ophy
that a beautifully decorated
interior should not only be func-tional
but should evoke a mood or a
feeling that shows off the personal-ity
of the family that lives there.
“If you love something you can
make it work, and that’s part of what
makes a person’s home uniquely
theirs — a home filled with special
pieces they love,” she says.
The childrens’ bedrooms feature
plenty of space-saving hacks,
such as a staircase with built-in
drawers leading to a lofted bed for
the youngest, and wall-mounted
desks for the older kids. Removal
of built-in storage in Burton’s
room opened up more floor space.
A custom headboard is the focal
point of Harris’s bedroom. Special
touches, including flower-shaped
sconces and hexagonal tile in a
starburst pattern, add character to
the girls’ bathroom.