Hi there! My name is Lindsey, DIY lover, licensed realtor, and founder of the Building Bluebird blog!
Building Bluebird is a community where you can find detailed tutorials and home decor inspiration. My goal is to create budget-friendly, beautiful spaces that inspire you to design a home that brings you joy every day.
I grew up helping my parents tackle renovation projects at home, but my DIY journey really began when my husband and I bought our first home in Denver, Colorado.
As new homeowners, we quickly realized that taking on home projects ourselves could save us thousands of dollars and was a creative outlet for both of us.
We bought and sold three homes in Denver and with each house, my DIY skills grew. I also discovered my passion for real estate during this time in our lives. I decided to switch careers and we moved the family back to our hometown in Ohio where I could pursue real estate full-time.
In 2019, we purchased our dream home in Toledo, Ohio, and are working as a family to turn it into a space that functions for our family and inspires us every day.
Licensed Real Estate Agent in Ohio and Michigan
When we moved to Ohio, I joined Danberry Realtors and became a licensed real estate agent in NW Ohio, and Southern Michigan.
I am passionate about helping sellers highlight the best parts of their homes and maximize profit. Working with buyers to find their dream home and helping them visualize what a home could be with a little love, is extremely rewarding and one of my favorite aspects of this job.
Interested in collaborating or have a question for me? Contact me here!
FEATURED IN AND BRAND COLLABORATIONS
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I am incredibly grateful to have been featured, quoted, and authored for the following publications:
- Before and After: A Dingy, Cluttered Basement Becomes a Beautiful, Functional Space With 4 Distinct Zones
- Before and After: This New Dining Room Has Major “Hang Out Here” Vibes
- Before and After: A Washed-Out Bedroom Gets a Dramatic and Sophisticated Upgrade
- Before and After: A $300 Redo Pulls This Dull Laundry Room Out of the ’70s
- Mudroom Becomes a Charming Cottage Entryway for Under $500