Want to clarify that the only reason I'm doing this is the same reason why I love to see other people's house tours on line. To get ideas. By no means am I claiming that my house deserves a house tour or that it is perfect. Not at all. Not even close. Even with some of these photos as I look I think, I should fix that or paint this, etc. But the same way that I copy, get ideas and re examine rooms, I want to give someone a chance to say, "hey I never thought of doing that, let me try."
Now that I said that, here we go.
Sunroom looking into the dining room. We added this room. It was not in the original house.
This is the view from the dining room to the deck. Hung on the wall to the right is my bouquet from my son's wedding. It's so brittle. I hate to see it broken but bit by bit it's loosing it's petals. Chair and settee both Ethan Allen. I don't put a little table in the middle because it's a small room and sometimes if your cutting through to the kitchen it makes it hard to get around.
View from the sunroom to the dining room.
Now let's go upstairs.
The rug I first saw on Julie blanner's instagram. She was kind enough to let me know she got it from overstock.com So I immediately searched and found one similar. I love it.
This is the hall bathroom.
I paired it with this great antique dresser that I had a marble top created for it. I just love it. The bathroom is so simple but this gives it a little shock value and surprise.
Even the door is pretty with a little spring boxwood wreath.
This is the master bathroom which I've posted about before.
www.karenwinters.com I wanted something tiny for this frame. It was perfect.
Master Bedroom is mostly Ethan Allen pieces. An amish chest, vintage slipcovered chase, and Ikea Jennylund chair.
www.maggpievintage.com They were the company that helped us do my son's wedding on our property. They rent farmhouse tables and chairs and you name it. Jason, one of the owners also built my dinning room table. He upholstered this old chair with lovely chenile and crocheted pieces. It reminds me so much of my mom.
www.charish.com for Ethan Allen pieces. A wonderful source to have.
Our new covered deck is sporting it's new furniture from frontgate.
I have a chaise cushion I'm just currently redoing it to match the cushions on the other pieces.
I can't wait to sit outside with my doggies. Don't let the photos fool you. It's still winter like here. Grass is just coming in. Finally.
Our front porch. My fav spot in the house. So many memories. When I sit here I am transported to a time when things were slower and less complicated.