My Cottage

My Storybook Cottage
built 1931
Front Porch



Living Room











Dining Room





Hall



Hall Bath






Master Bath




 Office

Kitchen







Breakfast Nook





Back Deck
Shade grass had not been planted yet last spring. There is plenty of grass back there now.


Still to come...
Master Bedroom, Guest Bedroom and Office/Den

42 comments:

Patty said...

Absolutely gorgeous home....artful and full of personality! Love it and thanks for sharing....I love your blog!

Danielle said...

You did a great job. I love it. You are very talented.

Mrs. Hicks@hicks-thealphabetgarden.blogspot said...

Your home is gorgeous and so personal and original! I am so enjoying discovering your blog!

cyallsoon said...

Surely you slink around your gorgeous home in Jean Harlow satin robes and fur mules.
Love your style, lady.
Know you are precisely where you should be at this time in your life - and enjoy!

Glimpse of My World said...

Stunning... love it...

Dee said...

No holding back.... you are vintage all the way! It looks great!

Kathryn Ferguson Griffin said...

Just stumbled upon your blog and have become a new follower! Love your home! Adore your glam bathroom. All of the mirrors are fantastic! I'm new to blogland and am enjoying seeing all of the creativity out there. Pop by for a visit if you get time. Tootles, Kathryn
http://thededicatedhouse.blogspot.com

Celebrating Moments by Marcie said...

seens snippets of your house from your blogposts, but tonight 1st time seeing it all after posting on your heartbreaking news. This will make you giggle. I sooooo wanna pee in that beautiful bathroom!!!!! LOLOL WINK

Anonymous said...

First time on your blog. Your cottage is perfection! Thanks for sharing...

Debra said...

Your home is beautiful. I mean every room is simply gorgeous. I love the kitchen and the breakfast nook.

Denise said...

Not much more to say than WOW!!!!Gorgeous!!!!!any woman would want it.

Brooke said...

I love your home...I feel like I "know" you after looking through these pictures...you have done an incredible job of making a house "your home". I just moved out of our sweet 1939 Tudor and it was so hard to leave all of the charm...:(

Can't wait to dig in deeper to your blog.

Bella Michelle said...

OMG, I just found your blog and I am totally in love with your home. IT is just gorgeous!!!! LOVE IT! You are inspiring!

Anonymous said...

What a Beauty..... your home decor brought tears to my eyes (in a good way)...it is so delightful and peaceful... thank you

Anonymous said...

Where did you get that gorgeous chandelier????

Ginger said...

Wow... It's all beautiful. I love your style!

Ginger said...

Wow... It's all beautiful. I love your style!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful!

carlita said...

what a beautiful home. it delights the imagination...nothing boring here. awesome!!

Brooke said...

AMAZING! I feel like I know you just from looking at your house...such personality!! Thanks for the inspiration!

iSavortheWeekend said...

Just happened onto your blog. WOW!! What a house. I want to go spend my Spring season there. So cheerful and vintage, so beautiful, absolutely adore it!!

janzi said...

sO UTTERLY GORGEOUS and full of ideas that would transfer easily to other houses.. your home is truly so pretty and says it all... you are very clever to juxtapose things just right, I am speechless, in otal agreement with all the other comments... look forward to see more!!

nancy said...

love ALL of it!!!

Greener Pastures--A City Girl Goes Country said...

Absolutely stunning! I couldn't love it more!

Gail said...

*gasp* OH madam!! I do SO have house envy!!
Stunning.

Dancing Needles said...

Love Your Home. Beautiful! Sheila from 610 Sew Sheila Sew blog

Devine Salvage said...

I absolutely loved the tour of your home. I found you via Pinterest and will follow from now on. Loved Loved it.

Anonymous said...

I am a designer w/a Master's degree in design and I can honestly tell you that you have a gorgeous home w/ such a great sense of style and personality...great job!!!!

Dancing Needles said...

Your home is beautiful. Love the living room. I have to ask what kind of rod or hooks are the lace panels hanging on? Sheila from 610 Sew Sheila Sew blog and Dancing Needles blog.

Kathleen Ellis said...

What an adorable home you have! I love your originality and whimsical decorating style! I smiled through the entire post! I do have a question, though....who cleans all those mirrors in the bathroom...LOL!

Blessings & Beauty to you!
Kathleen

The Old Elf said...

Thank you for sharing your lovely home and your pups. I lived in Los Angeles until I was 14 yrs old and I had been inside interiors like yours (arched entrances, etc.) You have a wonderful sense of who you are and what you like. I am sorry to read of your depression that happens around the 4th of July. I've struggled with major chronic depression for many years and I can relate to how this comes upon you during certain times. Holidays are the worse times for me. In my own humble opinion I believe that July 4th is sad for you because you missed the closeness of your mother during the rest of the year (school year) and had to bear the unhappiness of your father during that time. Remembering you in my prayers. Depression is a darkness that eats away at the heart.

THE FARMHOUSE PORCH said...

Love your colorful, cozy, chic cottage! Now following, come visit me sometime...
Lisney

Anonymous said...

Just lovely, so colourful, so perfect and original. I want to visit the Cotswolds again in South West England. Check out these country pads of the rich and famous. So pretty, so quaint, so English - home of the cottage and shabby chic! Good luck
http://www.cotswolds.info/famouspeople/celebrities-cotswold-homes.shtml#grant

Jeanine said...

I love your home, it's so pretty and original! I'm a new follower via email, I found you through Common Ground.

Anonymous said...

WOW, WOW, WOW!!! I love your cottage. So livable and cozy. I would love to have afternoon tea with my girlfriends in a place like this.

Penny @ Penny's Vintage Home said...

I am so happy that I saw this post on your sidebar today, I guess I had never noticed it before! Your home is just so sweet. I love every room! Thanks for showing it to us...hugs, Penny

Linda said...

Hi, I am a new follower. I love your sweet Story book cottage! It is lovely! How fun it must be to live there! Thanks for sharing all your treasures with us here in blogland!

Linda @ Truthful Tidbits

Sara Marie said...

Just for STARTERS, that is the coolest vintage coffee pot in your kitchen I have EVER seen!

Sweet Tea said...

Soooooo gorgeous. LOVE!

A Pearl In The Making said...

Oh my word, I love, love, love the twinkly lights under the hall bathroom sink. What a creative idea.

The spice ranks in your kitchen are adorable. I see those kinda trays at thrift stores often and never even thought of that.

One day I will have one of those amazing flower chandeliers. I adore them.

Your saying, "I'm rich in chandeliers and Weenie Dogs", is adorable.

Jamala Wallace said...

I enjoyed the tour of your lovely home.. I especially love your kitchen.

Laura Espina said...

Adorable! Looking forward to seeing the bedrooms!! Please, come and decorate my house....

 
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