Blues in the Living Room

I’ve already done a whole post on the living room, but couldn’t help but shoot some better pics, since the sun has been out last week.  I’m so trying to get better with my photography, using a tripod and editing them as best as possible.  And I changed out a big piece of artwork in here too, to add the Ballard Designs large modern oil  painting I found at Ballard’s outlet back in December (for only $35, a steal!).

Here’s a reminder of what the living room looked like BEORE. 

Living room before

Wall color in here and throughout much of my house is Sherwin Williams Moderate White.

Living room large view

My style has certainly evolved over the last 10 years.  I’m more relaxed with my traditional décor and even though these pieces are the same ones I’ve had for many years, just adding the playful zebra rug (from Shaw Floors, Zybra rug in Teal) and more casual accessories makes this room feel less showy and more relaxed.

I hope that when I look back at this room in 10 years, I won’t cringe nearly as bad as I did looking back to my 2002 decor.  Yikes, it wasn’t that refined back then, but I do think the last 5 years have been the biggest growth to my own personal style yet.  I need to do a post about personal style again, we’ve talked about it before, so sometimes it’s hard to get to when there are so many styles out there to fall in love with.  Can you relate?

artwork modern oil

Classic, yet casual.  That is what I’m going for. I’m not going to part with my leather chairs or any of my traditional lined furniture anytime soon, so changing out fabrics and accessories is the easiest and most cost effective way to change up a room.  So many of these accessory pieces were collected over a few years time, at yardsales and thriftstores and I still love them.

Ballard Designs painting

The Ballards painting is so serene and calming.  It’s a seaside scene, maybe a lake or lagoon, with trees in the background and brownish sand and reeds on the bottom part.  I love it!

You just can’t go and find all of this brand new and get the same effect, I don’t think.  Those heavy iron wall sconces were scored over in Birmingham at a really nice yardsale in Mountain Brook and I remember the day I found them.  Still love them to this day. Mixed with the modern painting, my room now has a much more casual feel.

armillary

I still remember the prices of most of my finds, like this armillary that was found here in GA years ago for $25.  At the time, I thought it was a splurge, but I’m so glad I snagged it, in my favorite turquoise hue and that burnished brass is so pretty.

The rug is from Shaw Floors HGTV Home line called Zybra in Teal.

Ballards side table

Another new addition to the living room is this cute iron side table from Ballard Designs.  I did purchase it with a gift certificate they gave me, but the furniture was on sale when I bought so that helped too.  The lamp was scored at Homegoods on my shopping outing there and I love it. It’s mercury glass, which you can’t see very well in the pic, but fits nicely on this little side table.

The drum table that was in this spot was a little too large here and besides, one of the legs fell off one day!  My dad is repairing it for me and I think I’ll paint it when I get it back from him and find another spot for it.

foyer table

Looking back towards the foyer and the pretty stairs now have my runners on them.  I wanted to do an update post with all the changes to date.  As I’ve mentioned before, all my bamboo blinds came from Payless Décor, a company here in Atlanta that I work with as a brand ambassador and I love how they finish off my spaces.   These are called Tibet.

sofa china cabinet

Behind the sofa, my long time china cabinet holds some favorite dishes.

end table vignette

More blues on the end table here.  That blue pottery bowl is one I made in pottery class. Who knew I was so talented?! Smile  Haha, not really.  No one was more surprised than me to see a cute bowl turn out after they added the glaze.

blue bird cage

Up on top of the china cabinet, another yardsale find, the turquoise birdcage had to find a home. I love this piece, it was $10 from a Birmingham sale.  And the old picture frame wasn’t much either, I think a couple of $$.

table vignette

More pretties and another one of my pottery pieces I made.  No, not the bunny jar, it’s a real live pottery piece from Mississippi that I loved and bought from a shop in Birmingham.  My rusty wavy bowl is on the left.  Cotton from the cotton fields in AL was one of the things I brought back to GA with me.  That cute turquoise and gold box was a yardsale find, as were the books and turquoise vase.  The architectural plaster piece came from an antiques store.

plants

I do dearly love my plants and how much life they bring to a space.

Ikat-Drapes.jpg

Here’s a closer look at my pinch pleated Ikat drapes. I had these made at a local shop called Fringe Benefits in Marietta.

painted foyer table

Back to the foyer table, my old $5 yardsale vintage lamp that I redid a few years ago is still going strong. I do have a pretty piece of burlap with my monogram on it, that just might replace the current fabric.  Love that big bubbled glass jug that came from Willow House.  And the little bird pottery piece was a yardsale find, as was the silver tray.

foyer table and mirror

I love how this mirror reflects the chandelier from Ballard Designs and that pretty painting.  By the way, this antique mirror was the very first really old piece I ever bought, at least 25 years ago, from Chattanooga.  It’s definitely an antique.

front door Annie Sloan Florence

Here’s a better look at the front door I painted before Christmas in Annie Sloan’s Florence.  It brings a happy smile to my face and that cute little houndstooth rug came from a Joss and Main sale. Perfect spot of brightness coming in the door!  I just painted another door in a bright color that I’ll show you soon.  I’m loving these pops of color around the house.

behind sofa

Another look at this yardsale desk I found here in Georgia years ago, for $25.  It’s a Henredon piece, well made and still pretty.  I painted it black a long time ago too.

painting and urn

This white urn I think came from a yardsale and I added sticks, feathers and moss to it for a casual and easy arrangement.

sofa to dining room

Looking towards the dining room, it’s all pretty to look at.

living room to dining room

I dearly love my house, did I mention that?  At least a zillion times, I know.  It truly is a wonderful place to just “be” and I’m looking forward to nesting here for many years to come.

Thank you all for going with me on this journey and celebrating with me the fruits of our labor.  There will be many more projects to come this year.  We have lots more to do to this humble house, starting with the screened porch.  As soon as it warms up, we’ll be buying material and the renovation on that space will commence.

I can’t wait to have a screened porch this Spring!!

 


- Rhoda


Comments

  1. Yay! You’re done! So Glad to see you up and running properly Rhoda. Nice new pics of your room, I love that house which is not at all like mine, but that’s the joy, isn’t it? Something different to give us all ideas. This year is the year for my living room too, and like you I will add lots of before and afters to my blog once we are on the way. Looking forward to more posts from you, my dear!

  2. Glad your back up and running.Can’t believe this is the same house. It is truely beautiful.Looking forward to your next project.

  3. Your home is so beautiful and I have really enjoyed following along with your home renovations. You are one talented lady! I loved this post as I am in the process of adding subtle touches of blue to our living room. It is very traditional and I am trying to make it more relaxed and to reflect our families love of the ocean. Have a wonderful week!

  4. Rhoda,
    I marvel at all you have achieved in such a short period of time. You can tell you have added your own warm and inviting touch to each room you have decorated. You are to be commended for all the hard work you have done to make your home your own very special place. I just wrote a post on getting back to your design roots. I used this technique that I explain on my blog with my clients for over 30 years. It really does help one get down to their design roots. If you have a chance you can read it here……….http://goodlifeofdesign.blogspot.com/2013/02/how-to-get-back-to-your-design-roots.html

  5. I love all the blues, Rhoda — such a calm space with lots of unique touches! The Ballards painting is perfection.
    xo Heidi

  6. You can really feel how much love is here…what an incredible journey…I look forward to you sharing the next chapter with us!

  7. Rhoda,

    Wow! Everything looks fab. I look forward to your coaching tips when you come out next week to photo my home 1 year later…

    Best,

    Lynn

  8. I really missed you and your blog. Glad you are back!

    Beautiful pics.

  9. Rhoda, I’m happy that your techy problems are solved, no problem viewing today. I love your living room, I think it would be fun to see pictures of your past LR decor and how your style developed over the years.
    Your room now is classy, elegant and relaxed, not an easy feat.
    I’m glad to see your Dad is getting a rest before the sunroom is tackled.
    It’s so nice to see someone really appreciate all that they have and that certainly comes through your blog.

  10. I LOVE your zebra blue rug. If you ever tire of it I have the perfect place in my house. We can do the trade off at Haven!!! Overall it looks great and I have so much fun seeing everything.

  11. Oh, gosh, Rhoda! When I saw the first picture in your post, I thought that you were going to show us some magazine photos for inspiration (which would have been fine) but it is YOUR HOUSE! It DOES look like a magazine shoot. ..so very pretty. I grew up in Vestavia (just across 280 from Mountain Brook) and my mom liked to go to yard sales in the “rich neighborhood” over there to find really nice things…YOU certainly did. I know you lived there too. Anyway too many wonderful things in your room to comment on. I love that you can remember details about each piece.

  12. How were you able to hang a wreath on the fireplace stone wall?

    • Nancy, there was already a small hook screwed in the concrete between the stones. If you have a masonry drill, you can drill into concrete. I’m having a mantel made and will soon need to get that hung, so I’ll definitely do a post on that, although I’ll probably hire someone to put that up for me. Or maybe get some help from my brother in law.

  13. Your house is so lovely!! It looks so relaxing – I can see why you just love it so much. And I’m loving all of the blue accenta!

  14. Wow, the touch of blues are the crowing jewels to this lovely room . Big Hugs and thank you for sharing . P.S. my new giveaway posted if you;d like to stop by and enter :-)

  15. Mary Emma says:

    I love your style and enjoy your blog. I look forward to your screen porch project for more inspiration and ideas!

  16. Rhoda…your blog is loading very fast now!…glad you got great results from the changeover….I love all the touches of blues in the room…I am trying to do the same and you…so much wonderful inspiration in the room for us to gather….Just beautiful Rhoda!

  17. So glad you worked out the technical difficulties you’ve been experiencing. What a wonderful post today! Your journey reminds me of one of my favorite sayings…God leads me to a quiet place where all my troubles cease. Alone with God and nature, I find hope, and strength and peace…

  18. Rhoda your home is absolutely beautiful!! I love your style and all the beautiful touches you add to your rooms!

  19. Beth Morrow says:

    Welcome back…you have been missed!
    I love the room! You have done a beautiful job expressing your style!
    Excited to see what you do with the porch:)

  20. Glad you are up and running. I love this room, the lamp and shade with the touch of black is great and I think the blue touches are so pretty. Love that white urn too.

    Cynthia

  21. Pure genius, Rhoda! I love everything! I usually tend to go a little sparce with the decorative pieces because I’m afraid of cluttering up a space. But you make adding a lot of stuff look just plain gorgeous.

  22. Love your house and all the touches of blue! I just love all the details. Thanks for sharing. :) Glad you were able to get your computer issues solved too. I visited every day because I remember you writing about how you earn money from your blog with each click. :)

  23. Love all the blues in your living room, and your front door — wow!!! It’s been fun to see how your house has come together!

  24. I agree with Susan on being more sparse, I am afraid things won’t blend, but you make it work! I sold or gave away too much when I sold my ‘big’ house this year. I thought many of the items were too formal for my lake house, now I see how much variety I could have used in new ways. I am having serious seller’s remorse.

  25. you deserve it so much!

  26. So glad you techy problems are solved!!! I got your post quickly!!! I can not begin to tell you how much I OOOOVE this room!!!!!!!!!!! All the pieces and colors are beautiful. I won’t comment on each thing but the sconces are fabulous, the mirrors, love the leather chairs and thanks for the source for the blinds, I was going to ask. Have a GREAT week in your beautiful home!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am SO happy for you! XO, Pinky

  27. I hate to sound like a broken record but, it’s beautiful! I’m loving how you completely changed the look of this house compared to the last but used many of the same things.

    Love the new artwork. I find that to be the hardest thing in decorating. Most of it is so expensive and I don’t always love it…so I don’t buy it. We have two niches in our entryway that have been empty since we moved in 8 months ago. Yesterday I hung a print in each that we already had. They aren’t perfect but they are better than nothing and I’ll keep looking.

  28. Nancy in Murphy says:

    Beautiful!

  29. Nice colors/textures…but way too much “stuff”. Overkill. Cluttered.

  30. Oh my gosh, Rhoda, just stunning! I am in awe of how you effortlessly mix styles and patterns, and everything always just seems to work perfectly! It’s never fussy, just effortless. The room is fabulous.

    (Re the VPS, I’m stunned that you’ve managed to get by with this kind of traffic without one for so long! My blog has only a small fraction of your traffic and content, and I needed to go that route last summer. I’m now wondering whether it was even necessary, lol. I’m sure you will find a big difference in speeds, etc.!)

    • Kerri, I know, I’m shocked too that I lasted this long. Most of my friends moved long ago! I didn’t do it until I had to.

  31. Just to follow up on the VPS: when I just posted my comment, it took a nanosecond to register, whereas in the past, my comments here would take quite awhile to load. Just thought you’d like to know!

  32. Absolutely love it Rhoda! I really like the relaxed style that is so “in” these days mixed with your classic pieces that never go out of style! You are masterful at keeping all your colors and styles in mind as you shop and thrift to find deals and steals!

  33. I’m so glad you’ve gotten the bugs worked out on your blog! Now I can get my daily dose of Rhoda again!

  34. You’re a woman after my own heart with your blue touches! The room is beautiful.

  35. You have done an amazing job on your house. I have followed you for years, and I’ve been with you every step of the way on your journey, before and after you left Birmingham. It’s wonderful how God has helped you take nothing and make something special out of your life and your beautiful house. Well done!!

  36. Such a luvly room. The colours evoke a soothing feel.
    Cheers, Gee

  37. Linda Whitman says:

    Your pictures of the blue today are beautiful and pleasing. Your strong and creative spirit inspires me. So glad you are sharing with us – you are a gift! Thank you precious sister.

  38. Love the room, looks amazing. Are you going to post any pictures from your Open House?

    • Hi, Kathy, my Open House post is up! If you click Home, you’ll see all my old posts right below this one (12 of them) and you’ll see the Open House.

  39. Rhoda- Its all so beautiful! Have you submitted these to Sherry or Erika for BH&G mag? You need to!!!

    • Hey, Amanda, I did send some to Erika. But, my kitchen is getting in for sure thru Lisa (with BHG) so hoping that once that photoshoot happens, they might like my other rooms too. We’ll see!

  40. Rhoda…Stunning is all I can say! I am so happy for you. So sorry I was not able to get to your open house. I would love to see it all in person. You inspire me in my own “house to home” journey! Blessings!

  41. Oh I have missed your posts! So glad you are back. My goal is to transform my living rooms using lots of blues, too. Thank you for all the inspiration!

  42. It’s simply beautiful, Rhoda. I’ve been following you for so long (you were one of the very first blogs I started reading years ago!) and have very much enjoyed watching your style evolve. I think that you’ve achieved the perfect balance of classic loveliness and casual comfort in your new home. I’d love to just sit in your living room and admire it all in person :)

  43. Go Rhoda!!! I am so glad the problem is over!!! Of course I love your room!!!

  44. I can’t wait for your posts on the screened in porch! I have always wanted to screen in our deck area. It’s on the To Do list…

  45. I have been “following” you for a while. I too am an Atlanta girl, though I am temporarily transplanted up north w/husband’s job. Everyone up here introduces me as their “new Southern belle friend”. So proud of you for all your hard work and how beautifully your new home has come together. As I was looking at your photos, I was all set to ask you where you got the rattan blinds, then saw that you included that in your post! I went on the Payless Decor site & noticed some of the options. Did you opt for the blackout lining or for the liner? I don’t know if I want blackout b/c would like some light to filter in. I wouldn’t mind having no liner to allow even more light to come in, but our houses are kinda close together so I don’t know how the brown would look from the exterior——thinking I should at least add the liner if that would make them look white from the outside. What did you do on yours? THANKS!!

    • Hi, MK, I did get white liners for all my shades (except the one in my office). I wanted them for privacy, but didn’t need to do blackout. White privacy liners are great and all of mine show white from the street.

  46. Looks beautiful, I love that blue door! So glad you’re “back” :)
    PS It did load a lot faster for me!

  47. Beautiful and serene. I love the new painting. This room is so inviting. You are so blessed with this home. The way things have come together is amazing. And it is all your’s to love, share and enjoy.

  48. I love what you’ve done with the living room. It’s looking great and I can see “you” in the design.

  49. Your living-room is amazing. And I love all the touches of blue you added.

  50. Cindy Hancock says:

    Yay! You’re back!!!!! :) Missed you lots! Your home is picture perfect and worthy to be in a magazine! Is that a burlap wreath hanging over your buffet? Did you make it? If so, would you be able to post a “how to” on that? Just love it all! You are truely blessed and so deserving!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

  51. Love your blog! Have you seen the youtube video “Sh%t Southern Women Say?” I think you’d find it funny :)

  52. Glad to be getting your emails again! Your house is so inspiring! Love your decor & ideas!

  53. The site loads so much faster. I thought it was my computer. Your rooms are beautiful! You always tell us the bargains. You can tell us the more expensive truths as well. We can handle it! LOL!

  54. Your home is beautiful Susan!Oh my home has changed so much in my short time of blogging.I think the older I get the better and more refined my look is!LOVE your beautiful blue door! I need to try that color!
    xx
    Anne

  55. I love all the blue you use. So soft and inviting. I also love things that have been collected over a long period of time, so special.

  56. It is all looking gorgeous! Just today I received the very same Olivia table from Ballards-I love it and it looks beautiful in your room.

  57. Oh, I’ve clicked on your site several times today. Just can’t get enough of your living room pics. It is gorgeous!

    And I’m glad you decorate to please yourself. :) That’s what makes it a home (for the poster above!)

  58. Oh my goodness, Rhoda. That’s a room any of us could spend EONS in. Blue is the new you (me, and everyone else). ^Up^ with the calm, cleansing colors of natural skies and pure waters!

  59. Melissa B says:

    Your home is beautiful! I loved seeing it in person! Thanks for opening your doors so that those of us close by could enjoy your talents!!

  60. Melissa c. says:

    Beautiful! Wishing you lots of health and happiness in your new home :0)

  61. Just stunning. All of your hardwork just shines.

  62. Rhoda: What an unbelievable transformation! I love love love your house – the turquoise door is beautiful and I do love your Ballard curtains too! So pretty, you must love being home!! xo

  63. Rhoda, I love your home! What I like most is it is welcoming, “Come on in and rest a bit!” That is what I want to achieve in my home. So stunning (as is yours) on top of welcoming (as is yours) is what I aspire to. You set the bar high!

  64. Love, the room, the overall feel is inviting and classy. Lots of interesting pieces but certainly not a feeling of too much.

    I love the painting, I cannot believe you only paid $35 in NZ you would never get something like that for less than $200.

    I think those pheasant feathers reflect the colours and texture in the lower half of the painting. I am busy doing some contemporary pieces to finish off styling mums house before it goes on the market. I have been playing around with metallic acrylic paints.

    Glad your sorted out with your server.

    Lee

  65. Rhoda, your place looks amazing. The Anne Sloan Florence color on the front door is beautiful.

    Now I know what that color is called because I always refer to it as the Mama Mia color because that color appeared in the movie quite a bit. I love it!!

    Pam
    xox

  66. Yes, you did load a lot faster, glad everything is going well for you!
    Love your livingroom and all your special pieces, I can remember the prices of my things too!

  67. I love your style and I have booked many a DIYs you have shown on your site. I have also greatly benefitted from your words to hang curtains high and wide and my new home is looking a million times better thanks to this one move alone.

    I do wonder, though, was there a particular reason you hung the painting so low? There is room above it and right now the lamp and the urn sort of cover up the bottom of it. I am clearly not as experienced in home decorating so I was wondering.

    • Hi, Maiken, The painting is really big so hanging it higher would look like it’s floating on the wall, so I definitely didn’t want that. As it is, it is several inches above the table that it hangs over and you want a painting or art piece to connect to whatever it’s hanging over. Hanging it higher would just look weird and it’s ok if things are blocking part of a painting or print. It’s a layered look.

  68. Pretty! Collected is best!

    That blue and it’s various shades is my favorite color.

  69. Lisa Bryant says:

    LOVE this beautiful room!!!

  70. Your living room is gorgeous! I have always loved your style and it’s been interesting watching it evolve, every house is more beautiful than the last one that you decorated. I love the turquoise a lot, I have used it in my own tiny home and it’s a winner!

  71. Glenda Niederhofer says:

    Wow!! You came back with a “bang”!! Missed reading your blog. Been following since you first bought your home. Love following you and all the inspiration I get from all your hard work. Thank you. Looking forward to all the projects you have planned for 2013.

  72. Just beautiful Rhoda!

    Hugs,
    Kat

  73. Mary Ruth says:

    Looking good Rhoda! I love the turquoise and blue you have added to the house and living room! Your home is coming together beautifully!

  74. Hi Rhoda! Your living room looks amazing. I tell you, you have a knack for putting a lot of things into a room and them never looking cluttered. I think if I did that it would be a disaster. I love the rug and wondered where you bought it. I didn’t see that in the post, so hopefully I didn’t miss it. I am looking for something similar, but the ones I’ve found, they have been a too bright blue. Thanks in advance! Diane

  75. You’ve done an amazing job! It’s so pretty and inviting!

  76. Hi Rhonda,
    I’m new here, but I’m glad I found your blog! Your living room is divine, mixing old and new, traditional and casual, light and dark. I love the layers of different textures against light (is this white or cream?) walls. Blue accents definitely brings life to the room. Your room reminds me of the ones from House Beautiful! Thank you for sharing your beautiful home and inspiring us!!!

  77. The room is absolutely stunning. Thanks for sharing!!

  78. Rhoda, I am just speechless. I have so enjoyed watching your whole journey from beginning to end. The finished result (although I know us gals are never ‘really’ finished! ha!) is absolutely breathtaking! So classic and refined, yet playful and relaxing. It’s perfect! Wonderful job! xo ~ Virginia

  79. Sherwin Williams Moderate White is a nice warm white that I think will show off my furniture to perfection.

  80. Great job! I love the colors in the room but the one item I am anxious to know about is the round mirror. I’d love one like it for my study and have not found one anywhere. Will you share where you found it?

    Thanks!

  81. Yes I agree with classy and casual! Just my style too. I have used more blue than I ever imagined and I love it, it’s so refreshing. I think my style has evolved more in the past 5 years as well.

  82. Bravo Rhoda! Absolutely stunning room! It’s interesting and has the collected look that is achieved from acquiring pieces over time. Beautiful layering of textures, fabrics and wood. A room like this is extremely interesting and makes me want to stay and savor every little detail. Still working on my rooms. Boy just my old kitchen from a couple years ago makes me cringe. Yes, it is interesting how our style evolves over time. Still discovering what my style is but it’s enjoyable making a space my own without following any trend or particular style.

  83. That drum table is one of the most beautiful pieces of furniture I’ve ever seen. I can’t stop staring at it.

    Actually, I can’t stop staring at your entire living room. I’ve never been a fan of blue, but you make it look absolutely stunning. It looks like such a peaceful, calming, and serene spot to sit and entertain friends. I love it. Great job.

  84. Hi Rhonda, wow!Your room is just stinning, I have soo many favorites, love the drapes esp. You have pulled it all together so beautifully. Just wanted to let you know I posted an image from your room on my blog today on behalf of Blogger Homes. Shannon asked me to do a post about her new site, it is of course linked to both posts. Have a wonderful day, Jen @ City Farmhouse.

  85. I adore this room! I see that you got that Seaside art from Ballard. Do you know if it’s still available? I can’t seem to find it! And I would LOVE to know if I can snag it somewhere!!!

  86. Rhoda, I have been following your blog for years and I always enjoy your posts. Wow, your living room is just stunning. I wish I had your talent for creativity. How do you think of putting all of that together and make it look so eloquent? Now that I sit here and look at my house and it looks so blah, any suggestions? Thanks and keep the ingenious ideas coming!

    • Hi, Kathy, thanks so much. I really just take what I have and try to improve on it. When I moved in here I added some new fabrics and rugs to freshen things up, but kept all my furniture and accessories. If you look around at blogs and magazines, you can get some ideas for inspiration in your own house.

  87. judy horne says:

    Hi Rhoda…… I have followed you for years…you have been through a lot and I’m so very glad your doing well now….

    My husband of 46 years died a year ago suddenly …the day we were going to start our retirement……. I think I just went on autopilot for many months, but with the help of my dear children and our blessed Savior am doing much better….

    Anyway, I sold our big home which was on a beautiful lake and bought a 5th wheel….. and have it currently parked on my son’s property…. where they live in Texas…..this may sound as a very crazy thing to do…. but it was what I wanted to do…we planned to do that anyway when we retired….. My sons will drive it if I want to go some place and visit for several months…..but right now, I am very contented to be here…..

    I want to update the inside….. but can’t find anyone who is willing to help with this (an interior decorator)…… could I hire you to help me…. and do you still have access to the wallpaper that looks like beadboard??

    • HI, Judy, happy to hear you are recovering from your hubby’s passing and life is getting better. Good for you! I do not do online consultations anymore, but I do still sell the beadboard wallpaper. If you click on the button on my sidebar that says beadboard wallpaper, it will take you directly to my store!

  88. What color did you use for the beautiful turquoise door?

  89. Hello,
    Oh I sure hope you can help me! I’m wondering where you found your fabric for your curtains? I just bought 2 chairs with the exact same fabric and would love to make curtains for our office out of the same pattern. If you could let me know I’d really appreciate it.

    Thank you so very much,
    Alexis Gradwohl

    • HI, Alexis, I bought my fabric at Calico Corners, it’s called Tilbury. Ballard Designs also has it, so I’m sure you can find it out there.

  90. Kimberly says:

    What’s the name of the fabric for the curtains?

  91. I AM A NEW FOLLOWER AND I REALLY LOVE EVERYTHING YOU’VE DONE! YOUR STYLE IS JUST SO SOUTHERN MIXED WIH COSTAL AND JUST A BEUTIFULLY BALANCED BLEND! ANA

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