Sadie Robertson is inviting friends and family into her family home for a full tour of their West Monroe, Louisiana residence. As part of Today‘s new “My Happy Place” series, the Duck Dynasty star offered a look at her “favorite place in the world.”
The 23-year-old credits her mother, Korie, with giving the house its special touch. “It is the most peaceful, beautiful home,” Sadie said. “I gotta say my mom did an amazing job with all the design work.”
First, the tour begins in the living room which Sadie calls the “most comfortable spot in the house.” The home’s open floor plan allows easy access to the kitchen as well as the massive wraparound couch, which provides the perfect place for watching TV as a family or playing games.
After showing the living room, Sadie pauses points out a special piece of art in the hallway. The artwork depicts two people dancing together. “It’s actually me and my dance partner Mark [Ballas] from Dancing with the Stars,” she said. “I love it. It’s right when you walk in. [It] really greets you quite well.”
Sadie Robertson then explains the significance of the sentimental sign hanging over her desk. “I have the word ‘kind’ right over in really big letters. You can’t miss it,” she says. “That’s something my mom always prayed over us, that we would be strong and we would be kind.”
In the family office, Sadie then discusses how her mother pays tribute to their faith and puts Bible verses on the floor design. “My mom put scriptures on the floor from each of the kids,” Sadie said. “It’s really cool that these words are literally imprinted in the ground that we’re working from.”
The Place Where Sadie Tied the Knot
After offering a look at the interior, Sadie then takes the tour outside to the tennis court where she got married. Sadie and her husband Christian Huff tied the knot in June of 2019. “When it came time for us to get married, someone suggested ‘Why don’t you get married on the tennis court?’ We were like, ‘That is awesome, we love that idea, but how is this going to become a wedding venue?’” she said.
On the day of the wedding, the court was turned into a “nighttime garden.” With seating for 650 family and friends, the space was filled with lights and decorations. “It was just amazing,” she said.