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!