A Little Refresh in the Dining Room

Though I have loved and enjoyed my grey walls in the dining room, which are Cathedral Stone from Lowes, my eye just seems to want to see white right now. I am defiantly leaning toward lighter, brighter, cooler, icy colors, in the last couple of years. Since I was going to be purchasing the paint for…

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Fall Home Tour-2016 Soft Pink Hues

Every year at this time we all begin to remove the sea grass and seashells from our décor and add in everything warm and cozy. Sad to see the summer go but happy about the fall temperature and what that means for decorating. I tend to decorate slowly, kind of adding in touches here and there. Its…

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A Fresh Flower approach to a Fall Table Scape

Just popping in quick to share a pretty tablescape. What could be prettier than that of flowers and pumpkins cascading down the table. I pictured this in my mind, kind of the way they would look if they were tumbling out of a large cornucopia, but I was going to use a large Urn instead….

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From Our Home to Yours-2015 Home Tour

Well here we are it is just a week before Christmas and everything is coming together. Before you know we will be thinking about New Years resolutions, Valentines Day, and Spring flowers. It all goes by so quickly, we simply move along and life is just slipping by. I thought I would share a little…

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Christmas Mantle Styling’s

One of my favorite things to decorate for Christmas is the mantle. This year I thought I would challenge myself to doing a few different options. My traditional and go to mantle for Christmas is one super fluffy, large garland, garland lights, and then pic by pic, kind of like the staircase, it turns into one…

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Decorating on a Dime-Using a $3 Find To Decorate for Christmas

I love to decorate, and shop, but lets face it, money doesn’t grow on trees, and sometimes you need to find a few inexpensive ways to update to décor. I don’t know about you but when I go into the stores at holiday time, my eyes open wide and it seems to me that everything…

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A Little Night Time Tour

One night I was up late, who am I kidding I’m up late every night, and as I came into the front rooms to turn off the lights I decided to grab a few pictures. A few adjustments to the camera settings, and here is what I came up with. All the light are out except…

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Antique French Limoges China

These dishes were my great-grandmothers, they belonged to the same woman Ella, who painted my dog painting. I would love to use them but they are way to fragile. I once held a cup in my hand and I heard it crack. So I simply cant risk it. However they are beautiful, so every chance…

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A Whimsical Collection-displayed in my kitchen

 I have been collecting Annalee Dolls since I was 20 years old and working as a buyer in a gift shop. They are a New Hampshire Tradition, and have been in business since 1934. It was the early eighties when” they found me”, and I instantly fell for those sweet little mice, and the Santa’s….

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A Tinsel Tree and some Vintage Ornaments

I have collected Vintage Christmas Ornaments for many, many, years. However this year in particular we spent a lot of time at a local Flea Market, and we came across a ton of them through out the summer. In addition I had purchased a tinsel tree, not vintage, but the look of vintage about seven…

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