Thanks to Wayfair for sponsoring this giveaway. As always, all opinions and selections are my own.

As 2020 comes to a close, I am planning quite a bit for 2021, including a number of home updates. I thought it would be fun to look at the rooms I’ve decorated so far in my home and get your input on changes to come. And I’ve partnered with Wayfair to give away $100 Wayfair gift cards to five of you! [GIVEAWAY CLOSED] This year has been a difficult one for so many of us and it’s also been a year of tremendous growth for me and my business (this blog) so it’s especially important to me to give back to y’all for your constant support over the past nearly six years. Keep reading to check out what home decor updates I’ve made so far as well as what rooms I plan to tackle in 2021 and enter the giveaway at the end of the post.

hydrangeas on gray dining table surrounded by ghost chairs

Dining Room

You might recall I participated in the One Room Challenge a few years back to pull my dining room together in just six weeks. This involved me DIYing wallpaper on an accent wall and installing a statement light fixture. I sourced almost everything from Wayfair for this project and am still really pleased with the look and feel of the dining room. Here are the full dining room details.

colorful home office setup with pink rug, desk, and cow print chair

Home Office

2020 has made sure my home office got the most use of any room in the house. It serves not only as a home office but also a dressing room and part-time home gym. I refreshed the decor in this room at the beginning of the year and took you on a tour here then shared a few WFH updates that made it even more functional over the course of quarantine.

styled bed and nightstand table in guest bedroom, including a leopard print pillow and brushstroke lamp

Guest Bedroom

In February, I had so much fun bringing my guest bedroom mood board to life in partnership with Wayfair and shared the details in this post. It still looks exactly as pictured because stay-home orders hit not too long after I shot the post and I haven’t entertained guests since. I love the luxe, hotel vibe of this room and will hopefully welcome loved ones into the space in 2021. Y’all know I love to travel and to host and 2020 has been weird year for both. Two of the top things I’m looking forward to are making a bomb cheese board for girls’ night and taking a long, international flight.

colorful living room in mid-century Texas bungalow

Living Room

I made over my living room a couple of years ago without a true vision for it and have found it necessary to make some changes. Here’s the original living room tour, by the way. Since this reveal, I’ve replaced the rug with one better sized for the room and switched out the console table near the entryway–both with Wayfair finds. The couch and side tables are pretty much the only pieces I want to retain from the original styling and here are some of the pieces I plan on bringing in below.

Master Bedroom

I have a fully fleshed-out vision for my master bedroom and shared the mood board for it earlier this year. And yes, I’m still saying master bedroom. If you’ve had your eyes open the racial and social justice movements of this year, you know we have much bigger fish to fry than real estate lingo and Uncle Ben. I’d much prefer the racist language be removed from the deed to my house but that’s another story. Anyway, my queen-sized bed from Wayfair will be the star of the show in this room if I ever get around to executing on this project in 2021.