It started with those tiles.

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I’d like to say that this property was on the market and we were looking into purchasing it, but alas I cannot. These are just a few more pics from our weekend at the gorgeous Atlantic Byron Bay. I am seriously in love and although a week has past since our stay I’m still not over this place.

Hello, my name is Megan and I have a serious property addiction. I used to want to work in real estate because I love peeking into people’s homes and seeing how they transform a space into their own (not in a creepy Peeping Tom kind of way, but a serious interest nonetheless!). I blame my Mum for my addiction. She too loved a good open home if we were driving around on weekends, and I would join her as we openly judged where things were placed or how much better a space could be with a few tweaks.

And also Pinterest. I blame Pinterest for a whole bunch of bad ideas and unobtainable things.

  1. Meg Kernaghan says:

    This house really looks like it’s off pintrest actually haha
    Its gorgeous! I don’t blame you for falling in love with it 🙂 x

  2. This is so beautiful – I thought that the photos were from Pinterest at first! I wouldn’t have wanted to leave either.

  3. jennifer hardong says:

    Saw this on your Instagram and had to come check it out and get the details! Gorgeous job girlie! P.S. think you would adore the February Women Who Inspire Post we shared on the blog earlier today!

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