|We removed the divider that separated this small dining room from the family room and made one large living area. The table is all set for a romantic Valentine dinner. The table runner is made from my collection of vintage valentines...the centerpiece is a lamp with a shade made of vintage valentines.....and there is a sweet heart couple at each place setting.|
|The kitchen is my favorite room in the house. It is bright and cheerful with plenty of room for everyone to join in the cooking. When we moved here, the cabinets were dark wood and the floor was covered with blue indoor outdoor carpet.|
|Our sun room is bright and comfortable. We enclosed the open patio with six sets of French doors to make a sun room that we enjoy year round.|
|In this photo, the formal dining room is ready for Thanksgiving with glittered pink pumpkins. I made the ruffled tablecloth from muslin and pieces of lace...the chairs are covered with vintage wedding dresses. I am already getting excited about getting out the pumpkins...fall is just around the corner!|
|This picture is from my post "Pink Pumpkins for the Cure"|
|We updated the laundry room earlier this year. The dark cabinets all got a fresh coat of white paint. I also added a cabinet to store all the doilies in.|
|The display cabinet in the hallway also got a coat of white paint . H installed the new lighting and also painted the cabinet.|
|This is the main bathroom which I have decorated in a Paris theme.|
|The master bedroom is all dressed up for Valentines Day with a vintage bedspread.|
|I leave this tree up year round in the master bedroom. I collect vintage wedding gowns and I used 10 of them to make this tree. Don't worry...none of them were harmed in the making of the tree!|
|This is the bath off the Master bedroom. Last year we put in new sinks, faucets, toilet, counter tops, and painted the dark wood cabinets white.|
|This is our back yard. The structure on the left is the Potting Shed. H made it from doors and windows that we collected on a trip up thru Kentucky, Tennessee, and on into New York. H is originally from NY and we visit family there every couple of years.|
The building on the right is the Studio. It originally was a second double garage... there is also double garage in the front of the house. So...we removed the garage door and installed 3 sets of French doors and added heat and air conditioning. I do crafts there and the back half is storage for seasonal items.
I hope you enjoyed my home tour!
Your sun room is my favorite room in your house. I always feel like I should change my decor in mine when I see how beautiful yours is! Love your fabulous home! Hugs!ReplyDelete
just gorgeous, penny!ReplyDelete
Very pretty. Love your kitchen and the sun room.ReplyDelete
You have such a passion for decorating...and the victorian, the tablecloth you made for the dining table is awesome, thanks for sharing..ReplyDelete
Penny, you have certainly lightened up this house to make it a lovely home. Your kitchen is a wonderful space! Clever of you to add the French doors to close up the open porch. We did the same with our screened in porch, then added Phantom Screens so it can be enclosed or opened as a screened in porch. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Hi Penny... I had so much fun on your home tour... everything is just gorgeous, and I LOVE your Zia sun dreamcatcher!!!... did you make that?... I was wondering where you have been... missed you!... xoxo Julie MarieReplyDelete
Hi Julie Marie....glad to be home...missed everyone! Yes, I did make that dreamcatcher! It is the first and only one I have ever made and I had so much fun designing and making it. I have it hanging in the window over my bed now, love to watch it move in the breeze when the window is open. Hugs, PennyDelete
Your home is beautiful and oh so girly! I love it!!! Thanks for sharing all this gorgeousness at TTF.ReplyDelete
I love your doily cabinet...so creative! Thanks for sharing this at the Inspiration Gallery. :-)
Welcome home. Your back yard is wonderful, Penny! xo DianaReplyDelete
I love your home.ReplyDelete
Your decorating skills are excellent and I still think the wedding gown tree is my favorite!ReplyDelete
Just love your home, each and every room, so beautifully decorated for the various holidays! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I hope you had a great trip and visit!!
So good to have you back in Blogland!!
Love your beautiful home!!
I hope you will stop by and see what i have been up to...
Hi Penny, I always enjoy your home tours, everything looks very pretty!ReplyDelete
The doily cabinet is my favorite! I also have an appreciation for your beautiful milk glass.ReplyDelete
You home is so charming and inviting. I love that ruffled tablecloth.ReplyDelete
Everything is so feminine and pretty. It's just dreamy. :)ReplyDelete
What a beautiful place to live! You have done an amazing job decorating! It looks like a pleasant retreat - a Haven of Rest and Happiness!ReplyDelete
Penny - I think you have such a romantic take on decorating - it is beautiful... I have to tell you I saw your wedding dress tree last Christmas and emailed a picture of it to my sister as it is so unique - she owns a dress store specializing in wedding, prom, evening, etc... She fell in love with it and made one from some old wedding dresses and place it in her store window for Christmas... It was a real hit... You just never know where your inspiration will end up....love your blog....ReplyDelete
The kitchen is my favorite too. You've made it so bright and clean!ReplyDelete
I had to come back and see the tablecloth that you made again, how long did it take you, it is so interesting...come on over for a visit I have a jungle to show you...ReplyDelete
WOW, I want to come home to that!! Thank you for linking up at my paint party!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop xoReplyDelete
Wow Penny, you are soo good at this! You decorate in such vintage special, sweet, lovely and romantic way, Your house is gorgeous! Have a good week.ReplyDelete
A lovely home! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
awesome house,I love the colors,my fave is your Sun Room. Hope I can visit your house.ReplyDelete
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Thanks for the house tour, Penny! The doily cabinet is a favourite of mine... and the ruffled table cloth :) Greetings from Australia♥ ~PernillaReplyDelete
Penny, it's like a fairy tale! Your Thanksgiving table is lifted right out from a storybook.ReplyDelete
Penny, your house is fantastic. I love how you have brightened everything up - the cabinets look great in white. I love your kitchen but I think your laundry room is actually my favorite and then there is your backyard...wow! Love it.ReplyDelete
LOVE your milk glass collection! I'm a collector, too! :) And, I can't believe there was carpet in your kitchen. Who does that?!ReplyDelete
Beautiful. I especially liked the kitchen, I can see why it's your favorite room. :-)ReplyDelete
Lovely Penny,obviously a labour of loveReplyDelete
Yes, Penny we missed you! So glad you arrived home safely. I too miss my home and gardens when we travel. You have made your home so lovely and cheery with all of the gorgeous white and pinks! Love your back yard! Thanks for sharing with SYC.ReplyDelete
We missed you and are glad you had some fun on vacation. Your home is so cheerful and whimsy. I love all your beautiful rooms. Thanks for sharing more of your lovely home.
You must be so happy to be back home to the lovely nest that you've created. I like the use of the bed frames in the back yard.ReplyDelete
Stopping by from the Two Girls and a Party Link up! Your home is BEAUTIFUL! I love every piece of it! Just stunning!ReplyDelete
Welcome home, my dear friend - I am glad you had a marvelous trip - love your home! You're so creative in your crafts and decor - adoring your ruffled tablecloth! Marvelous! I am delighted that you shared with Home and Garden Thursday,ReplyDelete
Your home is lovely.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing with us at our Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop.
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Your home inside and out is absolutely lovely. Such attention to detail and so inviting.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing at the party ~ pinning!
Hugs, Mary Beth
Great tour! Thanks for sharing at Silver Pennies Sundays. xReplyDelete
I loved seeing your gorgeous home! Everything is so beautiful. You have the most views this week at the party. Thank you so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent this week. So sorry I have had to be silent for awhile, but so happy to be back. I've missed visiting.ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful weekend.
Such a treat seeing your beautiful home! So many things to love but must say you dining room is amazing! Wow!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing at Amaze Me Monday!!!
Penny, your home is such a Shabby-Chic, Romantic Cottage cream - love all the beautiful white, soft colors and most especially the ruffles! I do appreciate you sharing with A Return to Loveliness,ReplyDelete
Penny, I love your backyard and the french doors in your sun room! I also like your nice bright kitchen and your bathroom that has lots of seashells in it.ReplyDelete
Love your milk glass collection. I thought I was the only one collecting that. Can't wait to show hubby your collection.ReplyDelete
Good morning Penny, you will find that I am perusing your beautiful blog again. Your home is just lovely! What a blessing to wake up with a cup of coffee in that kitchen! Thank you for sharing your pretty posts each week on the Art of Home-Making Mondays! Hope you are staying warm and cozy :)ReplyDelete
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Love your house and your decorating style!!!ReplyDelete
Awesome! It's a great idea of sharing works.ReplyDelete
This design is pretty much me. For those who want to come out this way, I have to read the web at all. คาสิโนออนไลน์ReplyDelete