My SIL Gina’s entire home is filled with eclectic details and her dining room is no exception. But here you will find plenty of shabby chic details as well. Literally. There are several elements you may recognize from the Rachel Ashwell’s Shabby Chic collection.
Gina’s dining room sits directly across the entry hall from the Parlor.
The mantle over my stove and the space above the refrigerator were the only Kitchen spots to get much Christmas attention this year.
I’ve had the burlap wrapped twin trees for years and they’re still one of my favorites. Can you believe when I first bought them I covered up the burlap with velvet and toile. They looked really cute that way but now I’m loving the burlap.
Old houses have a special place in my heart and I absolutely love this one. Built in 1928 it is filled with charming details like nooks & crannies, arched doors & windows, slanted ceilings and stairs that talk to you.
My friend Charletta asked me to help her this year with her Christmas decorations and I jumped at the chance to spend the day with her and visit her gorgeous home again.
We’ve all heard the saying the “ceiling is the 5th wall”. Most of the time we don’t pay a lot of attention to this 5th wall but while editing photos this week I realized I’d taken a lot of pictures of ceilings lately. It’d be a shame not to share.
This first ceiling is in the entry hall of a brand new home I’ve been working on with the owner, Tara. Absolutely gorgeous! The unusual shape of the ceiling paired with a layered metallic paint treatment, painted scroll details and a stunning chandelier completes the initial WOW factor when you walk into this home.