The Polk House: Giving a Small Southern House a New Porch
On HGTV's "Home Town," hosts Ben and Erin Napier gave the small white "Polk House" the Southern charm their client craved by adding a new porch.
Erin Napier on Instagram: “I shared a tour of our bedroom and bathroom renovation back in the fall, but in case you missed it, the link is in my profile today.”
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Home Town: Thoughtful Renovations in a Small Southern City
Meet Ben and Erin Napier, a couple of good southerners who are passionate about their tiny town of Laurel, Mississippi, and passionate about restoring classic old homes. In this, their first project featured in the new HGTV series Home Town, Erin and Ben help a young couple with small-town dreams fashion a forever home with authentic southern charm.
#1,899 Waco Day 2 (When in Texas).
Well today just about tops every other “cool thing” that ever happened on this blog before now. I’m so so so tired so I’ll let the pictures do most of the talking tonight. First things first, we had to go by a boot store so Ben could live out his childhood cowboy dreams. And then we made a quick stop at Magnolia Market to see all the hooplah and pick up a couple goodies. We found a...
#838 Big Lots.
Big Lots made my week today. I’ve been dreaming of filling up my glass cabinets with all-white dinnerware, and the diner whites and Manhattan Blue Plate patterns from Fishs Eddyare exactly what I had in mind. Ben and I went there on our last trip to New York and I fell in love with their simple, vintage-style plates and bowls. To me, less is more and if you break one it shouldn’t be any big deal...
A Touch of Provence in Southern Mississippi
Home Town's Erin and Ben Napier welcome a new military family to town and help them transform a plain, drab box of a house into a home with loads of charm and a European soul.
6 Decorating Ideas from 'Home Town' That You Can Steal for Your Own Home
Season one of Home Town is officially over, which means we’ll have to get our weekly fix of Mississippi’s cutest home reno couple, hosts Erin and Ben Napier, in other ways. Here are 6 of their best decorating tricks from you can steal for your own house.
#2,417 We Have A Building.
I can’t believe it’s finally real… But this week, Josh closed on the building that will be our store so we can finally reveal the location! It’s like a dream. A really surreal dream. After so many years as best friends, college roommates and family… Now we’re business partners. Renovation begins next week to totally transform the exterior of this old landmark building in downtown Laurel that was...
Ben has been hard at work for a few weeks on one of his most beautiful pieces to date. When the new bakery was taking down walls in the early stage of renovation, the owner’s sweet husband commissioned a bread table for his wife, so Ben used the salvaged lumber to build it just the way she has dreamed for so many years. Today was finally delivery day. She has wanted a bread table for so...
Laurel Mercantile Co. | Erin & Ben Napier | HGTV Home Town
Laurel Mercantile Co. & Scotsman Co. flagship store for Erin and Ben Napier, hosts of HGTV's "Home Town". We are located in Erin and Ben's hometown of Laurel, Mississippi. We sell USA made goods produced by American craftspeople.
#1,377 30 Party.
My favorite men in the world are having milestone birthdays this year with daddy turning 60 last week and on Tuesday Ben will meet him halfway at 30. He was 21 when we met. How can that be? Josh and Emily wanted to have a few folks over to their loft tonight to celebrate and it was so very good to be surrounded by a few of the people who know Ben best of all. I’m just so sad Sam and Tom couldn’t...
Home Town: Cottage Charm for Two Empty-Nesters
Ben and Erin Napier create a quaint and colorful home, restoring an 1901 cottage-style house for a couple returning to small-town life. And they get to deal with some interesting former tenants in the process.