Lovin’ Those Little Details ~ Unique Family Portrait

Love Is All You Need Artwork

I love seeing unique pieces like this in the home.

Actually both of these pieces apply to this statement. The sideboard as well as the artwork.

The homes that I am the most drawn to…and I think many of you feel the same way…are those homes that have a lived in, comfortable, come-on-in-and-put-your-feet-up atmosphere that you’re instantly aware of as soon as you walk through the door.

A HUGE part of achieving that atmosphere is not being afraid to use unique, vintage, one-of-a-kind or repurposed pieces. ┬áStatement pieces. Like Cassity’s unique family portrait.

Family Love Artwork

I absolutely adore both of these pieces. I would love to have either or both of these in my own home but the prices are a bit outside my comfort zone at the moment.
If you’re like me your DIY genes are probably hard at work. ­čÖé

This week’s “little detail” isn’t quite so little but you get the idea. I’m thinking I need to think a bit outside the box for our next family portrait!

The family artwork is by Sugarboo Designs. 
The Lalit Sideboard is by I.O. Metro. 

Go here to see more of Cassity’s lovely home.

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6 Responses to Lovin’ Those Little Details ~ Unique Family Portrait

  1. Nana Diana says:

    That is GREAT! I bet you could do something like that for a fraction of the cost! xo Diana

  2. Judy says:

    Love the personal touch of the family pics! I once had a decorator tell me that family pictures and objects did not belong in my living space but in my personal space! She was looking at a wall in my living room that has some lovely and much loved pieces of needle work and oil paintings of cotton bolls, magnolia blossoms and The Southerner’s Creed in a grouping for all to see! My sisters gave me these pieces to remind me that I may have been transplanted here in Minnesota but my roots still belong in Dixie. I proudly display them and have enjoyed all the comments they have brought from guests. To me a home is only a house without the personal touches that make it special to those who live in it.

  3. Awesome portrait!

    – The Tablescaper

  4. Oh wow! My wheels are spinning…LOL. I absolutely love it. Thanks so much for sharing. xoxo

  5. Angela Cornett says:

    We would love to have a front door like yours on our cabin. Where did you purchase yours?