Amy Rogers

Amy Rogers has a penchant for DIY projects and beautiful spaces. When she's not binging on Pinterest, this born and raised Austinite is working out, driving classic cars, or cooking something fabulous with her husband Jed.
Before and After: Before and After: A Modern Makeover for a Rearranged Bathroom
When Kelly and her husband Colton bought this house, the master bathroom had been upgraded since the home had been built in the 50s, but not in a style that the couple really adored. The bathroom had all the features typical of homes of this age: the footprint was very small, and pedestal sinks left little room for storage. Kelly and Colton decided to make changes to the bathroom that were not just cosmetic but that changed the room’s layout as well.
Apr 19, 2017
Rookie Renovators Nail it on the First Try
Name: Kelly and Colton Jarisch, baby Silas, and Shiner. Location: Tarrytown — Austin, Texas Size: 1,530 square feet Years lived in: Owned a little over 2.5 years Kelly and Colton’s small cottage home just west of downtown Austin is a case study for renovations done right. Their reno began as a series of DIY projects to remove the previous owner’s design decisions, but Kelly and Colton soon found themselves in the midst of a whole house renovation — for the first time.
Apr 16, 2017
Practical Minimalism in an Austin Family Home
Name: Ruth Snell Location: Austin, Texas Size: 1,300 square feet Years lived in: Owned 6 years Ruth Snell and her family have lived in their bright, 1300 square foot home for almost six years. As you enter her organized entryway, you wouldn’t guess that controlling family clutter is her biggest challenge. Ruth’s best advice for a tidy home? Practice picking up daily, have a place for everything, and keep baskets around to collect items that need to go back to their homes.
Apr 7, 2017
A DIY-Obsessed Couple’s Renovated 1960s Austin Home
Name: Amy and Jed Rogers, dog: Prancy and cat: Barney Location: Austin, Texas Size: 1,600 square feet Years lived in: Owned 2.5 years When my husband, Jed Rogers, and I started our house hunt four years ago we knew our list of “must haves” was going to be tough to find all in one home. What we ended up finding? A 1964 one-story home with good bones and lots of potential in a desirable neighborhood.
Dec 31, 2016