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After getting glimpses of the house of Suzie Crooch, a.k.a. Velvet Brumby, she gave her fans a peek at the whole thing! Be warned: Velvet Brumby’s virtual house tour is about to make you make you suuuper jealous.

The three-minute tour starts out front to show the home’s exterior. A wagon wheel gate opens to reveal the estate: a white, country-style home with brown beam accents and cottage shutters. The home seems to be tucked away in a wood’s clearing, providing some cozy privacy.

As Suzie approaches her home, you can spot some brown wooden chairs and benches, cushioned with pillows, that match the brown beams of the home’s facade.

She opens her front door, decorated with a seasonal wreath, and in we go!

The first room we see is her office, to the left of her front door. The room features a yellow accent couch, serape and Aztec accent rug, and a modern, wood-and-metal desk. On the wall behind her two-screen setup are tour old-time posters, highlighting Old West figures Billy the Kid and Kid Carson.

If you look closely in her video tour, you can even spot her corner elliptical. That room is for takin’ care of business with health in mind!

Next, we advance down the front hall to the living room, complete with antler chandelier. Her living room color scheme is a minimal red, brown, and white, and is centered around her fireplace and mantle. The room is topped off with brown beams on the ceiling for added structure and a cabin vibe.

For the next stop on Velvet Brumby’s virtual house tour, we get to see the heart of the home: the kitchen. Serape-Aztec stools by the breakfast bar are the accent pieces in an otherwise all-neutral space. White cupboards and tan countertops give off a clean, new feeling.

Just past the kitchen, at the back of the home, is the formal dining area with retro-inspired chairs, a cowhide rug, and a rustic-yet-geometric chandelier. The walls in this area feature horizontal wood paneling, adding some texture. And, of course, the centerpiece is a cowboy boot.

Now, onto the bedrooms! The first two are found to the right of the fireplace.

We see the nursery briefly, best shown in this image taken prior to the tour:

Next comes the guest bedroom., featuring a rustic, wood headboard and burnt-orange-and-yellow bedding.

We see the guest bath, complete with shower and rustic cowboy decor. (The cupboard and countertop even match the kitchen. Love!)

On the other side of the fireplace is the third bedroom. This bed’s headboard is slightly larger, but still has the old-wood look. The bedding’s colors combined with the fur rug at the foot of the bed add warmth to the space.

The ensuite bath is equally as gorgeous, again using the same cupboards and countertop as the rest of the home.

If you thought Velvet Brumby’s virtual house tour was over, you’d be wrong. The mud room and laundry rooms come next, and they’re right off the kitchen.

The mud room features custom cubbies, books, and shelves, and is what we’re guessing is the door to the garage. The backing on the wall behind the bench is the same as the paneling in the dining room.

The Crooch’s laundry room is plain and simple with some super useful touches: a bar for hanging, a countertop, and cupboards.

And, finally, *drumroll please*…the master bedroom, famous for the Ford tailgate used as above-the-bed art. This room screams comfy-cozy, with a hint of cowboy (duh).

If you thought the master bedroom was nice, wait until you see the master bath. Double sinks, a vanity, a standing tub, and super cool lighting fixtures.

Alright, the last room: the closet. Trust us, it was worth the wait. This baby has four walls of hanging clothes and shelves, plus an island with shelves! Holy storage!

And just look at all those shoes and hats! If we can’t have the house, can we at least have the clothes?

Lastly, Suzie takes us outside to view the patio, recently finished!

Well, we hope you enjoyed Velvet Brumby’s virtual house tour, please exit to your right.

Oh, and here’s the full video tour (pictures almost don’t do the home justice):

But, seriously…we can’t imagine Suzie Crooch ever wants to leave her room.