My Alpine Home
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
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Time seems to be just flying by. Hard to believe that soon we’ll be gracing our homes with all of Autumns goodness!
Now let’s see the features from last weeks SYC #113:
What a fabulous rescued chair redo by Cecilia from My Thrift Store Addiction. Is it any wonder I love them? They’re aqua and have bird fabric seats.
Cathy from Vintage Paint and More made this darling organizer from cereal boxes. Super creative!
Erica, one of the cute gals from Pyrex Thrifter Sisters scored some fabulous finds. Oh my, am I ever coveting this one!
Ann Marie from Musings from a Vintage Junkie shared the beautiful things about August.
Joanna from The Squirrels Diary shared a tea where the gals went all out in their attire. What a fun post!
Vickie from Making Our Sustainable Life shared her cupboard full of all she has been canning. Just as beautiful to look at as I’m sure it is delicious!
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Tuesday, August 19, 2014
The last couple of months I have attended both a wonderful Home Show and a couple of gorgeous garden tours.
I thought that it would be fun to start a weekly post called ‘Tuesday’s Tour’. Today I am sharing my(2nd) favorite home in our local Home Show. At first I published it as my favorite home and then I remembered there was one I liked even better. lol!
What I loved about this home was that it was so light, bright, and cheery!
The outside itself was very inviting. . .now let’s step inside.
They directed us upstairs first. A fun variety of pictures, frames, and mirrors created this gallery wall.
The sayings on the stairs was a little too much for my taste. . .but, still a fun idea!
The home was filled with family heirloom pieces that had been painted.
Gorgeous handmade rug.
I loved the colors and the seating area in this bedroom. Even the light floors seem so refreshing.
Patterns that I would have never dreamed of putting together, but somehow they worked.
Window box seat love!!
The boys room just made me smile. Lots more photos, but I’ll share them when we tour ‘boys rooms’.
More great furniture out on the landing.
The kitchen was my favorite room in the house.
This little cutout was at the end of the large island.
Oh my, so much to love in this kitchen. . .the buffet, the brick wall, the plates, and the church pew. (Just to name a few). Yes, there’s lots more!
Not a very good photo, but I loved this idea of framing old family recipes. They framed three.
Look at the beautiful herringbone design on the floor.
Cozy family room off of that gorgeous kitchen.
I thought the furniture was cute, but the wall was a little more than I like. I think it was the craft room.
Look at this unusual faucet.
This light and seating area were in the mudroom where you exited into the garage.
Don’t know if I just missed getting photos of the master bedroom and laundry room or what? But the basement was just as fabulous as the upstairs. Saving it for another post. This baby is already long.
Well, what do you think? Could you live in a home like this?
Next week I’ll share a playroom that’s more like a play ‘town’. Unbelievable!