Miranda Lambert Designs New Home Around her 15 Rescue Animals!

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From the looks of Miranda Lambert's Pinterest boards, her pets are living large.

The 31-year-old country crooner is the June cover girl forCountry Living magazine and shares that as she and husband Blake Shelton prepare to move into their new house, she's most focused on designing the rooms for her pups.

"A friend of mine recently said, 'I can see your Pinterest boards, and all you have on there are dog rooms,'" Lambert says. "My husband and I have 15 rescue animals, and I spend way too much time planning our pets' spaces. I'm like, okay, I probably need Miranda Lambert to move on to the laundry room!"

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Fifteen rescue animals! Where will Blake and Miranda sleep?!

The "Mama's Broken Heart" singer is remembering her roots as she designs her new home.

"Growing up, my house was basically condemned when we got it, but my mother was determined to make it awesome. It had mismatched carpet, and the halls were creaky," Miranda recalls. "But those little things that were imperfect were what made it perfect. It's funny, because I had friends with really nice houses – with pools! – and they always wanted to come to our house. I think our home just had love. I think that's why country music resonates with so many people."

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As for her husband,
he's more in charge of the outside area. "My dad taught me to live off the land. I now have my own garden, but Blake is really the gardener," she brags about The Voice team leader. "This year, we're planting tomatoes and strawberries to make jam. I have a little downtime this summer, so I'm looking forward to this task."

So what can we expect Miranda's home to look like once complete? To start, salt and pepper will be readily available.

"I love all things vintage, and I have a growing collection of salt-and-pepper shakers," she reveals. "I have about 50 sets right now, and it's getting out of control. My favorite – a '55 Chevy with an Airstream – came from a fan."

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