Erin and Ben Napier might be on TV (HGTV's Home Town, to be exact), but they're real people.So when an online bully wrote hurtful words about their baby, Helen, Erin took matters into her own hands. Erin and Ben Napier love their small Mississippi hometown, especially the old historical houses. HGTV features a lot of fabulous duos who make watching homes being redecorated or flipped that much more exciting.
Fans of Ben and Erin Napier’s hit show “Home Town” on HGTV will probably remember this sweet two-bedroom cottage that got a makeover in the second season.. When new folks move to town, Erin and Ben help them find a house, and turn it into a home filled with comfort and warmth. We are located in Erin and Ben's hometown of Laurel, Mississippi. Laurel Mercantile Co. & Scotsman Co. flagship store for Erin and Ben Napier, hosts of HGTV's "Home Town". HGTV is launching a nationwide call to find towns that could use some of the 'Home Town' touch. Erin’s watercolor painting, which looks like a child’s paint set, is an embarrassment. We sell USA made goods produced by American craftspeople. 599.3k Followers, 801 Following, 3,396 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Erin Napier (@erinapier) But if you haven't already familiarized yourself with …
From its oak-lined streets to its lovely, turn-of-the-century homes, Laurel, Mississippi is a charming and gracious southern town where everyone knows your name.
"When you are on TV, social media is weird," the designer posted on Instagram Stories. Using found materials and old textiles, they're keeping the character of these classic homes but giving them modern and affordable updates. Please stop advertising continuously for Home Town as this show needs to go off the air because it is such a joke. It was known as “The McKibbens House” by locals, and Erin said, “This is one of those streets that just feels historic.” In this exciting new project, Erin and Ben lead a team of renovation pros as they takeover and makeover an entire small town. It's all part of an ambitious new series — 'Home Town Takeover'. The design is so junky and sometimes very childish.