Midwest Eclectic MidCent Remodel
Alison Moore Photography Blog
by alimoore
2y ago
I had the privilege of shooting another one of Midwest Eclectic‘s projects. They worked on an entire midcentury home, and here are the parts selected to photograph. The house is super angular and has such good flow. Love how they kept the midcentury vibe with the wood planked ceiling, cedar beams, slate floors, and copper fireplace detail. Such a job well done ..read more
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Our Remodeled MidCentury Entry
Alison Moore Photography Blog
by alimoore
2y ago
The entry in our house has been on the list to tackle since the day we moved in…and nearly five years later hereeee we are – a mostly-done space that is light and airy and still feels true to the style of the home. So much of the remodeling process in this house is simplifying without taking too much of the mid century character away. My favorite part and the biggest impact is for sure the glass double doors. We used to leave our front door open all day to let more light in, and let the dog look out. Opening the casement opening into our family room has made both spaces feel larger and ..read more
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An Elegant Bright White Kitchen by Emily Stockton
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by alimoore
2y ago
Here’s a little eye candy for your Wednesday! Emily Stockton designed this superbly elegant bright white kitchen, and there is so much to love. My favorite parts – the art deco sconces, the mint green details on the island pendant and scalloped runner, and the taj mahal quartzite countertops and backsplash. SO GOOD. The light spilled in on this classic kitchen the morning of our shoot, and this space was able to shine. Sources and details after the jump ..read more
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Holiday home tour 2020
Alison Moore Photography Blog
by alimoore
3y ago
I have always been one to wait to decorate for Christmas until after Thanksgiving, but this year immediately after Halloween I got the itch and felt like we all needed the extra cheer so mid-November I brought up the Christmas tubs from the basement. Mind you, I literally just finished decorating like an hour ago. I mean most of it has been done for at least a week or so, but I just couldn’t fine the right place for the garland I used on my mantle this year and finally decided to hang it asymmetrically above our large wide kitchen window. And then the Command hooks I hung it with fell. Twice ..read more
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Wichita family photographer: gallery walls
Alison Moore Photography Blog
by alimoore
4y ago
We checked off a major to do that’s been on my list for over two years now – a gallery wall leading down to the basement in our back hallway. It may seem trivial, but it means so much… both literally and figuratively. For one, it means the wallpaper has been removed, drywall patched and smoothed, walls freshly painted with the same cool, crisp white we’re using throughout our home. It also means we’re one step closer to getting this space more functional for our family. Andrew’s new year’s resolution was not doing any projects in 2020. ellloooollllloooooollllll! The kitchen completely wo ..read more
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Wichita family photographer: the magic of shooting at home, with the meysenburgs
Alison Moore Photography Blog
by alimoore
4y ago
Sitting by the fire with one of my sick kiddos (yes, there are multiple right now), and thinking of all things cozy to make the most of this grey, cold winter day in the house. After many days in the house. Haha. My favorite chair, a cup of hot tea, a warm blanket, and a snoozing/snoring dog nearby. Home can be so many things and elicit so many emotions, but for sure I think most of think of it as a safe place, a refuge, a place of calm, and hopefully cozy. I love shooting with families in their home because it’s 100% unique to you, and there’s so much more freedom to just be…which in turn pro ..read more
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Our new (old) kitchen
Alison Moore Photography Blog
by alimoore
4y ago
If you haphazardly check my Insta stories then you may have seen some of my even more haphazard posts about our kitchen reno that started November 1, 2018. Let that sink in for a minute…two thousand and EIGHTEEN. Lollllll, it’s been a long haul. For me, for Andrew, for our kids all summer when they would barricaded out of the kitchen with plastic tarps FOR WEEKS, when they would happily follow Andrew up into the attic to stomp around and unknowingly send 50+ year old insulation down onto my range…let me assure you that when I say it’s been a long haul, IT’S BEEN A LONG HAUL. For about 13 month ..read more
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Faye Has a Helmet!
Alison Moore Photography Blog
by alimoore
4y ago
I forget that not everyone knows that until we see someone we haven’t seen in a while (the last three months), and there’s a quick surprised/puzzled/confused moment, followed by an even quicker recovery lol. You guys, it’s okay! I probably should have posted something weeks/months ago, and meant to…but life. Also, talking about hard things is hard. If you want the short story, Faye has a helmet for a flat spot, and we are so incredibly grateful helmeting was finally determined to be a viable option for her because there were many scary things like CT scans, and road trips to Children’s Mercy ..read more
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Wichita family photographer: jill + family
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by alimoore
4y ago
This session is nearly a year old, yet it looks as though it could have been from last weekend. I shoot from the heart, and I shoot for how things not only actually look, but how they really feel, and love shared between a family will always both look and feel timeless. It’s not without effort. It’s not without pain and growth and off days and golden days. But this love is timeless. I can’t wait for you to see this family’s afternoon together. It felt redemptive, and easy, and genuine. And I think it looks that way too. xo ..read more
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Wichita family photographer: the winchells at dusk
Alison Moore Photography Blog
by alimoore
5y ago
When the sun is hot, and the mood is adventurous, and kids are into it, and there’s space to roam and run, and the connections are real and a’plenty, there’s yellow! Yellow is always happy. It all makes me happy ..read more
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