Tamra Judge has had an incredibly eventful year. From announcing her departure from The Real Housewives of Orange County after 12 seasons to moving out of her Coto de Caza home, she’s experienced plenty of changes lately. Now, she's living back in the Covenant Hills home she lived in years ago, and is still in the process of renovating. Tamra recently shared some details about her home's makeover, and opening up about what it's like to live there now that she's redesigned it.
In an Instagram Story posted on June 16, Tamra responded to a question asked by one of her followers, which said, “How are you enjoying your beautiful new home?” Tamra responded by placing the Instagram question sticker over a photo of her new upstairs landing, which features a stunning statement gallery wall of black and white family photos.
“I absolutely love it,” Tamra said. “Still have some work to do outside.”
In another post, Tamra shared a look at the hallway from another angle, which reveals some beautiful shelving and a few decorative plants. “Why do you keep moving?” another follower asked. “Are y’all flipping homes?”
Tamra explained that she and her family have a pretty smart reason for switching houses so frequently. “Because it’s been very profitable,” she noted, adding a smiley face. “We kept our original house and renovated it…@shelleyblackrealestate don’t bring me an offer. I’m tired of moving,” she joked.
“Did you decorate your home or have a designer come in?” another follower asked, adding, “Your home is a dream!” to which Tamra responded, “Did it myself!” From what we’ve seen of her new home, such as the incredibly organized kitchen and the stunning rustic master bedroom, it’s obvious that she has a great eye for design!
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