The two were not looking to move, but when their realtor showed them this bigger space, they couldn't resist putting down an offer.
"We immediately fell in love with it, so it just kind of happened," the 27-year-old exclusively tells OK! while talking about the app Skorch, which is a heat map of cool restaurants, bars, coffee shops and things to do in big cities, including Los Angeles, New York and Chicago. "We didn’t even plan on looking at houses, but we just stumbled across it, and I'm really happy we did because it is lovely. I am obsessed with it."
"Our old place was really light and bright and almost like that natural Californian kind of look," she says. "But with this new house, the bones are so sleek, modern and contemporary. It kind of feels like it has that Hollywood Hills kind of look."
Due to the big life event, the blonde babe and her man have pushed wedding planning to the side — but they are still "eyeing 2023" as the year they tie the knot.
"I don’t think it’s off the table, but I guess we will figure out all of that once we start getting back into the planning stages," she adds. "We will know if there are dates available or not, and we will have to go from there."
The reality TV star admits that she was emailing with her realtor and her wedding planners at the same time, so she hopes that once she gets furniture into the house, things will "pick back up soon."
"I feel like we are still getting settled at the house, and I think once we’re to the point where we are settled in, then we will revisit the conversation, but honestly, so many of our conversations are filled up with house details right now," she says. "But it’s definitely something we don’t want to put aside for too long. We just have to find the best time to pick it back up."
"We are just so happy," she gushes. "We work a lot just on both of our apps, but it just has been nice to choose what we feel like doing and just really be able to let it sink in and enjoy all of it."
"I feel like we are big fans of the evenings. As soon as we are done with work, we will either go down to the sunset and leave our phones at home or make dinner together," she reveals. "I feel like we are both pretty good at knowing within our schedule, when it becomes nighttime, that is our time to hang out because we both have such different careers. We love phone jail. If we are at a dinner, we just put our phones on top of each other so we can be present because so much of what we both do is on our phones. As soon as put it down, then we are both really present when hanging out."
One of the best parts about the couple's date nights is that they have a plethora of restaurants to choose from — and the Skorch app comes in handy! (It was founded by Lane Petrauskas.)
"It’s an app that highlights the coolest and trendiest restaurants in major cities. I always found that it was difficult to go online and search cool restaurants or randomly come across one or ask someone about it, but Skorch really just allows me to take photos of the cutest, trendiest spots while I am in L.A. or San Diego or other major cities. It just makes it all really accessible and easy," she notes. "I feel like it’s where influencers can share their favorite spots, and I am a major foodie, so as soon as I noticed what it was, I was like, 'Oh, yeah. I love following other influencers and stuff like that on it and seeing where they are eating in different cities.'"
"I like that it allows you to be creative without it feeling like it has to be too curated," she continues. "I feel like the purpose of Skorch is not just sharing cute photos, it has a reason behind it. I think it makes my every day life easier and plus when I am traveling somewhere cool, I log on really quickly and I am like, 'OK, this is a sick spot, let’s go here.'"