Today’s Feature Friday is Rachel from Maison de Pax and she lives in Texas. Rachel and her hubby had quite the adventure when they were first married and lived in Paris, where their first child was born and where she fell in love with French design. After coming back to the US, they settled in a beautiful 1940 Colonial near the city in their home state of TX. This home needed work and TLC and after fixing it up, they recently sold it and have moved on to another home adventure in the Texas hill country. I can’t wait to see that one too!
But, this Colonial house is definitely worth showing off, so enjoy the beautiful tour.
I know there are differing opinions on painted brick, but I happen to love it and love the color of this home.
Older homes have such character and charm.
A covered porch in the back of the home.
Rachel has done a beautiful job with this home, infusing it with a little French style and keeping it cozy.
This kitchen is right down my white loving cabinet alley.
Rachel has 2 boys and one girl, so she’s a busy mom.
The attic has a pretty guest area, which is so charming.
I hope you enjoyed this tour of Rachel’s Colonial home at Maison de Pax. Stop over and see what she’s up to in her new home, I’ll be watching for pics of that!
Tomorrow is my parent’s 62nd wedding anniversary, so want to wish them a happy day. I’m so glad to still have them around to celebrate with!
Today's post will be fun to share with y'all and I think you'll enjoy it!
My friend, Karen, who I introduced to you all in a previous fashion post has a fashion stylist friend, Robyn Hollner, who does makeup and wardrobe consultations, along with personal shopping trips to help you find your best style. She's been in the business for over 20 years and knows a lot about this subject. She … Read More»
I mentioned a few weeks ago that I was going to do another Open House for those of you here in the Atlanta area who are interested in coming by to see the changes I've made since my first Open House in January of 2013. SO much has changed since then, including the entire exterior of the house, the screened porch and new patio. So, I really can't wait for you all to see it again in person! A … Read More»
My front yard landscaping is looking SO great after being in just a little over a year. It was last June when my friends from Southern Living Plant collection and Carmen Johnston came in and transformed my front yard. I documented that whole process so you can see what all was done. It's so nice to have an irrigation system so that I don't have to worry about those plants making it. And with … Read More»
Say hello to Kim with Hunt and Host from Texas. She's a brand new, less than a year old blogger and I just love what I see of her and her house. She's also a Christian and I love what I read of how she expresses her heart and how it relates to home. She's a hunter and gatherer (just like so many of us) and loves fixing up a pretty home on a budget.
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My sister and niece recently hosted a bridal shower for Lauren's maid of honor, Becky. Becky is getting married soon and so they hosted the shower at my sister's house. My sister is the queen of throwing parties and does a table up just right. When I saw how it was all decorated, I wanted to share it with all of you, since I know setting tables is an art and very inspirational when you see what … Read More»
It's Wednesday again, so today I'm back to share a couple of outfits that I've worn recently. Summer is coming to an end soon and Fall will be creeping in with cooler weather and less humidity. I'm sitting on my screened porch right now and the weather is simply beautiful, lower humidity and a little chill in the air.
I'm always excited for September to turn the calendar and this year is no … Read More»
If you missed my first post last week about the yardsale adventure of a lifetime with GMC's Hidden Treasure Adventure, go back and read up on all that fun!
After that whirlwind of a yardsale adventure, it was time to get back to Atlanta and see the Habitat house in person. What a thrill to be shopping for a deserving family, one that would appreciate our efforts to make their house cozy and … Read More»
Welcome! Thanks for stopping by! I'm Rhoda, from Atlanta, GA and I love decorating and DIY projects. Decorating a home doesn't have to cost a fortune and I've spent years thrifting at antiques markets and yard sales, finding those treasures that make a home unique. I'm here to inspire and encourage other women to find their own inner creativity. Won't you join me?