See New Pictures from Erin Napier's Farmhouse

Erin Napier’s followers cannot get sufficient of her renovated Mississippi farmhouse, and fortuitously the Dwelling City star is blissful to share all the small print from her new house.

Erin and her husband, Ben, proud residents of Laurel, Mississippi, lately purchased a rustic home for his or her rising household. The Nineteen Thirties Tudor bought a whole renovation, and Erin added her trademark type whereas staying true to the house’s roots. The result’s a panoramic farmhouse, and followers bought an in-depth have a look at the brand new house in a particular hour-long episode of Dwelling City (watch it on Discovery+).

Erin lately revealed on Instagram that the lounge that did not make the episode as a result of it did not require a renovation. But she did share photographs on the ‘gram to ease followers’ curiosity. Now, she’s giving us a glimpse at one other stunning room we have not seen a lot of: her grasp tub. And it’s stuffed with beautiful particulars.

Erin wrote, “One room that I haven’t shared a lot of from the farm, however I adore it SO a lot: our rest room.” She defined that the room’s design was impressed by the historic Wakulla Springs Lodge in Florida. Hundreds of followers favored the publish, and a whole bunch extra left feedback calling the area “gorgeous,” “dreamy,” and “a factor of magnificence.”

However a number of followers had one burning query for Erin: “How do you climb in? It is so tall.” One other requested, “how does one get out and in of that bathtub?” Now, it is actually not an issue for Ben, who’s 6’6″ tall, however it’s a sound query for different family members. As you’d anticipate, some followers gave their opinions. One commented, “I guess there is a foot stool concerned,” and others agreed, “There must be.” That looks as if a believable resolution, and although Erin did not chime in with a solution to this design query, we’ll take into account the thriller solved.

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