As a co-star of HGTV's Fixer to Fabulous, Jenny Marrs knows a thing or two about taking a house and making it into a home.
With a new book arriving on shelves soon, Marrs wants everyone the embrace the space that they're in and make it feel like a home without letting things like the opinions of others, niche trends, or even resale value get in the way.
«It's really just using your home in the season that you're in and knowing that it's okay that those seasons will end, but still make your home work for you and enjoy the home that you're in.»
Here are some of her top tips for embracing the season you're in and making a house feel more like a home.
Jenny Marrs is the co-host of HGTV's "Fixer to Fabulous," a home renovation show focused on restoring historic homes in Northwest Arkansas.
In their first shared space, Marrs and her husband Dave added personality with some hand-me-down furniture they had, like a dining table Marrs' mom gave the couple. Incorporating pieces from their loved ones wasn't the end of making their space into a home—it was just the beginning.
Marrs' biggest tip for couples combining styles in their new shared space is one word: compromise.
«Compromise and realize that things are just things and that the heart behind the things that are what's important,» she says.
Keeping the story of what's significant to your partner in mind is the best way to compromise. Marrs says that it's okay to get rid of furniture and decor that doesn't really have any meaning on an individual basis to make way for the things that are significant to you both—that's how to make a house into a home. But, if something is super meaningful to your partner, honor that and the story behind it by incorporating it into your
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