Feature Friday: Postcards from the Ridge

I made it back for Feature Friday this week, it’s been a slack week for me with all that’s going on, so thanks for stopping by as you always do!  Today I’m sharing the home of blogger Angie, from Postcards from the Ridge.  Angie is a Southern girl with a love of decorating.  In her own words….I live in a 1960’s ranch style home with my husband of 25 years, our 2 daughters, and our cute cat. Our project list always seems to get longer instead of shorter, probably because I watch too much HGTV and read too many home decorating magazines.

She says her style is a mix of vintage, retro, farmhouse, romantic cottage, and a dash of traditional, so enjoy Angie’s eclectic cute home tour today.

Her front porch is very welcoming with those touches of red and cute chairs to sit a spell.

How can you not love a Radio Flyer wagon greeting you at the front door. There’s that retro coming out!

Inside the foyer, her entry table is adored with the seasonal changes.

I can tell that Angie is a collector and enjoys bringing things home to try them out in her space.

Her home feels very casual and warm.

Fireplace vignettes are so fun to put together.

Her collections are varied and eclectic.

All Southern girls love to display sets of dishes. Options you know?!

The master bedroom with a bench at the foot and cozy linens.

Angie does her share of painting furniture to change things up.

The master bath got a nice renovation with a dresser turned vanity. So cute!

Tiled shower is pretty too.

A guest room gets prettied up for Christmas.

And another bathroom renovation was completed with a handmade vanity in here.

The laundry room also has a fun look and personalized with color and accents.

I adore her workspace with all these shelves for storage and display.  Pretty and feminine!

I admire a we’ll organized garage and Angie’s looks very well put together with everything in its place.

I hope you enjoyed this tour of Angie’s home at Postcards from the Ridge. If you haven’t visited her before, I think you’ll enjoy her blog, a mix of lots of topics for women, so stop on over and say hello to Angie!

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- Rhoda

Comments

  1. Rhoda, thank you for sharing Angie’s home…I love it! Her work space is so cute! The master bedroom is calm and serene. What a lovely home tour!

  2. I so agree with you that this is so warm and inviting. 🙂

  3. Another beautiful home tour! I love Angie’s style. it’s very warm, interesting and inviting! I love her ironstone collection.

  4. She has such a pretty and inviting home. I love your Friday home tours!

  5. I love this; I kept saying, oh I like that, I like this – we see so many houses, that doesn’t happen all the time! I really like her style, can we go on vacation there?!!!

  6. Good morning Rhoda. Thank you so much for featuring our home. It’s an honor to be grouped in with all of your beautiful features. I honestly love reading the comments and seeing that people think our home looks inviting. That’s my goal and is so nice to hear! Have a wonderful weekend and thanks again. ~ Angie

    • Thank you for sharing your lovely home. Do you mind telling me what you used for the sofa cover? Thank you much.

      • Hi, Jayne, Angie probably won’t see this comment, so please go to her blog and ask her the question.

  7. Roxanne says:

    Lovely! So many charming touches. I really love the workspot with all the containers of pens, etc. Thanks for sharing your home Angie!

  8. Lovely home! It’s interesting that the slipcover for the couch is not formed (tucked in) to the couch. Any idea how that would hold up to daily use? I like the look but not sure how to pull it off.

    • Hi Becky. The slipcover in the photo is actually a painter’s dropcloth. It’s my very low budget idea for a sofa makeover. The sofa is in our living room and isn’t used daily, but it can get wrinkled if we spend a lot of time on it. Adding a piece of plastic pipe or a cardboard roll – the kind that fabric is rolled on – to the crevice at the back of the cushions helps to keep it tucked in. I hope that helps! ~ Angie

  9. Lyn Kadon says:

    I love the house especially the laundry room, work/craft room and garage. Funny I must be a worker type person. I love the white pull out rack in the laundry room. Love the white hob nail vases you used for storage containers and the garage I just want to copy the whole thing. I think I like these 3 spaces the most because I find them the hardest to combine with my collections but you seemed to pull it off quite well. Thank you for sharing your inspiration with us.

    • Thanks, Lyn. Those are my favorite spaces too, although they all need a little bit of tidying up right now. When they’re organized, it’s like a dream. I used the pull out rack in the laundry room pretty much every time I wash clothes so it’s extremely useful to us. And I’m a collector (some would say hoarder) and love to find uses for all of my things. That way I can justify having them…and collecting more, lol. Thanks for the nice comment! ~ Angie

  10. Barbara Hunnicutt Moore says:

    Lovely home. What a great idea to use milk glass containers to store items in her work space! Love it all.

  11. Audra Taliaferro says:

    Very cute house! Love all the milk glass in the office space!

  12. update on your dad? not like we need daily ones, but know we are thinking of him a lot…prayers at church this weekend for sure…

    • HI, Gilda, nothing really new yet. I promise I’ll do weekly updates for sure. And hopefully more to report by then.

  13. Love her home! Thanks for sharing.

  14. What a lovely home! I love her organized garage! That is definitely on my to do list. Thanks for sharing. Happy Weekend. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

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