The Cottage Touch Part two...a soft side... - The Cottage Market
What is one thing that makes a house a home? The Cottage Touch of course! What better way to add a touch of love...softness and beauty to your home decor!
Decorating with Old Objects
A Missouri couple began with an 1807 house to which they keep adding buildings soon to be demolished. For them, what's old is always new.
Julian Chest | Dressers & Chests
Clean, simple, and beautiful. Inspired by eighteenth century French antiques we saw in Paris, the Julian chest is elegantly fashioned with rounded corners and fluted legs. With three drawers, it's a stylish storage solution for many settings. Crafted from maple or birch with a tight, uniform grain that lends itself to all finishes, including light stains and paints*Top has rounded cornersThree raised panel drawers with decorative ring hardwareFluted legsFully-finished back …
Martingale - French Farmhouse (Print version + eBook bundle)
Blend the beauty of antique quilts with the simplicity of primitive stitchery and what do you get? The French-farmhouse look! Designer Marie-Claude Picon from the south of France shares how you can combine prints, colors, and textures to capture an old-fashioned, comfy quality in your quilts. Ten projects range from classic Nine Patch and medallion designs to quilts featuring tiny houses and stunning stars. As you sew along, you'll learn how to get that perfectly aged feel with simple…
Remembering Red, White and Blue Decor in My Favorite Rooms
Since tomorrow is July 4th I thought I would share how I have decorated with red, white and blue around my home in the past since I can't share my summer sunroom quite yet seeing how it is filled with deck paraphernalia. You can click the link below the photos to see more. June 2014 June 2013 June 2012 May 2013 June 2013 July 2014 April 2014 I love mixing patterns. This year's guestroom.. BTW, when I posted this room the other day I had the flag pillow turned the wrong way and it was pointed…