You'll want to steal the tile work and lighting fixtures for your own home.

Perri Ormont Blumberg
February 13, 2018

 

Once upon a time, in a small town called Pawhuska, Ree Drummond decided to buy an old boardinghouse down the street from her Mercantile general store, and transform it into a lodge. Fast forward to February 2018, and her pet project dream is inching closer to opening day. Earlier this month, Drummond was kind enough to grant us a sneak peek at some photos of "The Boarding House," leaving us more than ready to book our stay.

Yesterday, the Food Network star followed up with a series of six new photos showcasing the inn's progress—and we've practically booked our flights to Tulsa (about an hour southeast of Pawhuska). "Our hotel will have a whopping eight rooms! That's why we're calling it a boarding house and not a hotel," Drummond captions her latest instagram post. "It's gonna be small, but it's also gonna have a lot of heart."

From the intricate tile work and dreamy light fixtures, it's clear that no detail was overlooked at the inviting digs. How about a giveaway for a chance to be the first guests, Ree?