This little 1950's ranch has gone french cottage.
This house is a great example of what can be done with just a simple little ranch home.
It's full of romance starting at the front gate.
Notice the concrete urns and the french lanterns.
Just paint that brick and whalla...it's immediately more frenchy.
This home has been published in Veranda Magazine, twice!
Love the furniture in this room. Don't like the zebra pillows.
Really love that french day bed.
Notice the antique doors.
Very pretty dining room....collections of blue and white ginger jars make stunning focal points.
I'm sure those framed documents on the wall must be in french.
Love the rustic table and chairs.
Now...I really love this island! And it would be very easy to duplicate for not much money.
love that mirror above the sink.
Only thing I really don't care for here is the range hood. It just seems too much.
All those doors out to the yard are grand. And there is a sweet little sitting area at one end of the room.
I like the feet on these cabinets.
The fridge looks like cabinets too. Personally, I think a fridge should look like a fridge.
Very pretty but simple bedroom. More of those french doors. Isn't that fabulous?
Love all those french doors to the outside.
sweet dressing area
lots of marble. Love the way the skirt is done on the dressing table.
More antique doors!
An outdoor fireplace with mantel.
This appears to be a very simple style brick outdoor fireplace.
They just added a nice mantel in front.
Huge back patio where all those french doors lead.
What a wonderful space! I'd fill it up with lots of potted plants and flowers
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It got cold here this week and last night I got my first pumpkin cappuccino and it was soooo good.
I helped my Mom pass out Halloween candy at her house.
It was a slow year...she thought only about 700 trick or treaters.
Is it bad that I enjoyed more the few dogs that trick or treated more than any of the kids?
My Mom had dog treats for the dogs.
And the highlight of the night was a sweet little beagle named Clara who ate her treat and then
patiently waited for another.
Funniest moment of the night was a boy dressed as a zombie.
He had several ugly oozing wounds and walked up and asked if we might have a band aid.