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Yesterday we brought you parts one and two of this beautiful home tour. Here are the final rooms from interior designer Lindy Allen of Four Chairs Furniture and Cadence Homes.

Feast your eyes upon the fun bedrooms (including the AMAZING master suite!), the upstairs family room loft and a couple more pictures of the exterior – just as a bonus.:)

It’s always so fun to photograph homes that Lindy designs. We hope you have enjoyed this tour!

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  • Kellie - I love it. So fabulous in so many ways. Thanks for sharing!

  • Sherri - I think I just found my dream home!

  • Melissa - I love how the light neutral wall color allows the pops or color and white to shine. Do you know what paint colors/brand were used?

  • Jamie - Hoping to get the paint color in the Master Bedroom. So amazing! Gorgeous home!

  • Maren - I saw this home in the Parade of Homes and took a picture of their list of products.

    The paint colors are:
    Front Door and Front Room – Green Trance SW 6462
    Hallways and Great Room – Agreeable Gray SW 7029
    Master Bedroom – Silver strand SW
    Office – Foggy Day SW 6235
    Guest Bath – Misty SW 632

    The exterior is James Hardie Cobblestone and Dutch Quality Ledgestone.

    Countertops in Kitchen and Master Bath are Bianco Romano and Hanstone Pewter in the Guest Bath.

    Hope this helps!

  • Reena - Do you know the style name of the ledgestone?

Earlier this morning we brought you the first part of this beautiful home tour. Here are the next few rooms from interior designer Lindy Allen of Four Chairs Furniture and Cadence Homes.

Tonight we bring you the fabulous family room, the amazing kitchen and dining room, the wallpapered half bath and the project room.

What do you think so far? Stay tuned for one more post of home design goodness!:)

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  • Heidi - Love your designs! Tranquil yet very colorful at the same time! Could you tell me the name of the paint colors in the living room and the craft room? Thank you!

  • M - HiyaPapaya…y’all are amazing! Love your work ladies!!! Wishing you lived here…blessings, M

Holy eggs sizzlin’ on the sidewalk, Batman! It’s already the last day of June! (And we are having record breaking triple digit heat here.) July is probably my very favorite month of the year. The Fourth of July is probably my favorite holiday. (Although, let’s face it. I love ALL holidays.) And it’s time to get the July photo a day list posted for you guys – can I get a WOO HOO? WOO HOOOOO!

For those of you new to this, here’s how it works: Each day there will be a new theme. Interpret the word or theme however you’d like. You don’t have to have a fancy camera to do this project. I use my iphone. It’s just a chance to get everyone out taking pictures and thinking creatively.

You can post and share your image wherever you’d like – your Facebook page, your blog, Twitter, Instagram, etc. (Many of our participants keep them for themselves and print them to a photo book. I print my photo a day images straight from instagram to a photo book each month. It’s like a photo journal. Super fun!) If you do post them to Instagram, be sure to tag them #hiyapapayaphotoaday. That way others can go look and see your creative take on the theme! Don’t stress if you miss a day or two (or ten) – the point of this is to have FUN! Just try and jump back in as soon as you can. A brand new month is always a great time to start again!;)

Also, last month, we started an instagram account just for the photo a day challenges. You can follow us at @hiyapapayaphotoaday. Each day we feature some of our favorite pictures posted with the hashtag #hiyapapayaphotoaday. But if your account is set to private, we can’t see the images you tag. If you go to our account (click HERE) and comment on one of our images with your username, we can follow you and give you a chance to be featured (if you’d like).

Alright you guys! Here’s the list! Let’s get creative!:)

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