Melora Hardin
       
     
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 The part of her house that captures her heart every single time? “The living room,” Hardin says of the expansive area—and we can see why. The space is flooded with natural light, complete with a gorgeous ceiling hand-painted in 1928, original tile decoratively lighting the fireplace, and a huge, gothic window at the end of the room. “It feels so warm and friendly to me, with such history and stories to tell,” she says, pointing out the quaint alcoves where she displays her father’s art—beautiful, unique bones sculptures. “I love that kind of personality in a home.”
       
     
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  If people aren’t nestled on the living room couch, they’re certainly mingling in the kitchen, or outside on the patio, on warm summer evenings, “enjoying good food, wine and conversation,” she says.     Hardin is quick to credit her parents for helping shape her style. “They made every home we ever lived in feel like a castle,” she says. “My mom is outgoing and gregarious and has brought warmth and a go-getter spirit into my life,” she says. “My dad is more reserved and an amazingly versatile artist, actor, sculptor—a maker of anything!”
       
     
  It’s obvious Hardin’s home is a lot like her, bright, happy and bursting with personality. This year, she will star in the feature film “Knucklehead,” and just released her first music CD, All The Way To Mars. “It’s in stores already, and available on iTunes and Amazon.com,” she says. “I’m so excited for it!”
       
     
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  “It feels so warm and friendly to me, with such history and stories to tell.”    
       
     
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Melora Hardin
       
     
Melora Hardin

Home is Where the Hardin Is

Actress Melora Hardin relaxes at home after a long day in The Office.

She might play an unbalanced homemaker—Jan—on the hit TV show “The Office,” but Texas-born actress Melora Hardin is a multitasking, uber-talented mother-of-two who very artfully creates a warm, inviting home for her real-life hubby and daughters.  

 

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 The part of her house that captures her heart every single time? “The living room,” Hardin says of the expansive area—and we can see why. The space is flooded with natural light, complete with a gorgeous ceiling hand-painted in 1928, original tile decoratively lighting the fireplace, and a huge, gothic window at the end of the room. “It feels so warm and friendly to me, with such history and stories to tell,” she says, pointing out the quaint alcoves where she displays her father’s art—beautiful, unique bones sculptures. “I love that kind of personality in a home.”
       
     

The part of her house that captures her heart every single time? “The living room,” Hardin says of the expansive area—and we can see why. The space is flooded with natural light, complete with a gorgeous ceiling hand-painted in 1928, original tile decoratively lighting the fireplace, and a huge, gothic window at the end of the room. “It feels so warm and friendly to me, with such history and stories to tell,” she says, pointing out the quaint alcoves where she displays her father’s art—beautiful, unique bones sculptures. “I love that kind of personality in a home.”

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  If people aren’t nestled on the living room couch, they’re certainly mingling in the kitchen, or outside on the patio, on warm summer evenings, “enjoying good food, wine and conversation,” she says.     Hardin is quick to credit her parents for helping shape her style. “They made every home we ever lived in feel like a castle,” she says. “My mom is outgoing and gregarious and has brought warmth and a go-getter spirit into my life,” she says. “My dad is more reserved and an amazingly versatile artist, actor, sculptor—a maker of anything!”
       
     

If people aren’t nestled on the living room couch, they’re certainly mingling in the kitchen, or outside on the patio, on warm summer evenings, “enjoying good food, wine and conversation,” she says. 

Hardin is quick to credit her parents for helping shape her style. “They made every home we ever lived in feel like a castle,” she says. “My mom is outgoing and gregarious and has brought warmth and a go-getter spirit into my life,” she says. “My dad is more reserved and an amazingly versatile artist, actor, sculptor—a maker of anything!”

  It’s obvious Hardin’s home is a lot like her, bright, happy and bursting with personality. This year, she will star in the feature film “Knucklehead,” and just released her first music CD, All The Way To Mars. “It’s in stores already, and available on iTunes and Amazon.com,” she says. “I’m so excited for it!”
       
     

It’s obvious Hardin’s home is a lot like her, bright, happy and bursting with personality. This year, she will star in the feature film “Knucklehead,” and just released her first music CD, All The Way To Mars. “It’s in stores already, and available on iTunes and Amazon.com,” she says. “I’m so excited for it!”

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  “It feels so warm and friendly to me, with such history and stories to tell.”    
       
     

“It feels so warm and friendly to me, with such history and stories to tell.”

 

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