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Hilary Walker  Prop Stylist. Storyteller. Seeker of kindred spirits. Currently gettin' my @magnolia groove on.

http://ourstylestories.com/

The more I study space and environment, the more I fall in love with light.

I feel like I am only now beginning to understand the word “humbled”. As in “Holy shit. This is hard. I’m way less good at this than I ever expected and much more than just my pride is hurting here. How are some days so beautiful and perfect and unbelievable and other days literally bring me to the very ends of my patience, good temper, sanity? I could really, totally fuck this up and it’s on me to figure it out.” You know. That kind of humbled.

As it turns out, we don’t have many tabletop surfaces for styling decorative things on in our house. The majority of our surfaces operate on a “function first” basis. But this shelf is all mine! I had fun putting it together and I’m going to have fun changing it around every now and then too!

Hunting for treasure in Fort Worth and reevaluating my indifference to pink.

Check my insta story to follow along.

I may be one of the few that never expected a straight path in life. Somehow I always knew the windy vine was for me!

Hi! 👋🏻 Thanks to @laurenwilliamsart, there are a handful more of you following along than there used to be. So, I thought I’d introduce myself properly.
My name is Hilary and I’m the styling and staging lead for Magnolia Home. Previously, I was a freelance prop stylist in DFW and worked with clients such as Loloi Rugs, The Container Store and Pier 1. This past summer, our family of 3 packed up our lives and relocated to Waco for the opportunity of a lifetime... To work for Magnolia Home.
Since then, we’ve been settling into new roles, new rhythms, our cozy ranch style house and getting to know our small town surroundings. It hasn’t been without significant challenges and compromises but we’re learning to make the most of every bend and turn along the way.
My feed seems to rotate between pics of work behind-the-scenes, flowers and foliage, vignettes from around our house, my thoughts on style and design and the occasional family scene. Our son, Gabriel, is the center of our world and he finds his way into a picture or two also. 😉 And that’s pretty much my life! A juggling act of family, work and home.
Thanks for following!! (Oh yeah, and this picture. I have to make a disclaimer. It’s a bathroom selfie. 🙄 Is it sad that this is the closest-to-normal picture of me where I don’t have a toddler climbing up my back or a goofball smile on my face? Working on it.)

2017 was one *hell* of a year. 2018 started with the flu. Where the &?*# are we going next?? (In actuality, I really am very optimistic about this year).

We’re home. Under our own roof, tucked into familiar beds. Tired as hell, full, grateful. Ready for a new year.

The simple joys of family, Christmas and Thomas.

When your props start looking like art too.

After 5 months of waiting and pondering and scheming, I’m FINALLY hanging our art in the house! This is the thing I love more than anything but it always takes me the longest to do. Every single piece we own has a special memory and emotion attached to it so the task of assigning a “permanent” place to it seems absolutely daunting. But a home doesn’t feel complete until you’ve added that very personal layer of artwork. So, perfection be damned, I’m puttin’ it all up!! Follow my Instastory to see the whole process.

Aged brass faucets showing us how the perfect layer of patina is done.
I’ve always felt the best things in design came with signs of history and age.

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