Erin Napier Promises ‘Dreams Come True’ in Tonight’s New ‘Home Town’ Episode

by Samantha Whidden
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On Sunday (January 2nd), Erin Napier took to her Instagram account to promise ‘Dreams Come True’ during tonight’s new episode of HGTV’s hit series Home Town.

In the social media post, the Home Town star declares “Dreams come true for [Mallorie Rasberry] and I as we spent a day with Mississippi’s beloved Walter Anderson family. [We] got to screen print his beautiful with his daughters!”

The Home Town castmate further explains that followers have seen Anderson’s “bold graphic works” in every episode of the show as well as bought tons of the products from Napier Frames and Realizations Ltd. “See how it’s made! Tonight on HGTV at 8/7 ct!”

Season six of Home Town premiered on December 26th. The hit series premiered in 2016 and now has more than 50 episodes. It takes place in Laurel Mississippi as Napier and her husband Ben renovate houses in the historical district. 

‘Home Town’ Stars Erin and Ben Napier Open Up About Their HGTV Fame 

During an April 2020 interview with People, Home Town stars Erin and Ben Napier opened up about the unexpected fame they gained from their hit HGTV series. Erin stated, “We never expected this. Getting a TV show never even crossed our minds.”

“The way it all happened was crazy,” Ben also commented about the popularity that Home Town has. “It was never something we thought would turn into a career.”

Erin also spoke about fixing up their dream home. Which was a 1925 craftsman-style cottage in her hometown of Laurel, Mississippi. “Since I was a kid, I had always wanted to live in it. We didn’t have a dime to waste.”

In 2021, the couple told People that they decided to renovate a “country escape” for their growing family. “We are doing a house for ourselves!” Erin declared. “That is something very different.”

Ben also described the home as being some sort of hideaway for him and his family. It is a place out near family land as well. “Where we can go and let the girls run on the weekends. Which has been Erin’s dream house since long before she met me.”

Erin then declared that she could never not live in the house. She has notably loved it forever. The home inspired her children’s book The Lantern House. “But we were feeling it during quarantine. We have this tiny little yard in town for the girls to play in, but [Ben and I] grew up in the country. Climbing trees and staying outside. Not coming home until we were absolutely filthy at the end of the day. And we want that for the girls.”