7.12.2012

A Dream Dining Room Palette

I may be repeating myself...but I'm a bit consumed with these colors, this furniture...ALL of it....I love that rustic, homey, cozy look.



Apparently this fabric is sold out everywhere :(


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I have started socking away this vintage china...it's lovely, isn't it?



A nice accent piece!


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Vintage and Modern all Wrapped Up in One.


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This Etsy seller is VERY talented.



Sigh...



Classic and fresh....



Light Up My Life


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Shabby Chic...Rustic...French Countryish...Love It


12 comments:

  1. It's SO great that you have figured out WHAT you like - that is half the battle I think! Love your inspiration photos….that rustic x table is perfection! Also your new blog header looks great - that garden is amazing!!!

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    1. Thanks Lisa! I have a plan...for my bedroom too. Now we'll see how long it takes to accomplish it all. (Oh and of course the bathroom too). Thanks for the garden compliments...we are having fun with it.

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  2. Such a beautiful color palette, and I also love the rustic table! Is that your personal garden in your blog header? That is amazing! We have wanted to plant a garden for a long time, but just haven't gotten around to it yet. Did you find in difficult to do? Do you spend time in your garden every day?

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    1. I do love the palette...it is soothing.

      Yes, that is our garden. Thanks for the positive reinforcement!Yes, we spend time there everyday :) But remember, my husband and I both teach, so we have the summers off. If you do make a garden, go with raised beds, get good organic soil, and a good watering system. That way, weeding and watering do not control you :)

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  3. The dishes that you are collecting are very nice! They look like Homer Laughlin, I have a similar set but dark green..I like your color much better.

    You have a lovely blog and your header, featuring you garden, is so welcoming.

    Thanks for stopping by my place and following...I will be back to visit you as I am your newest follower. xo

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    1. Thanks Sherri! I do love the dishes too! Thanks for the compliments on my blog. It's a lot of fun meeting new people with such beautiful homes, talent, great ideas, and kindness.

      Thanks for following!

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  4. Hi, Love the colors you are using! The dishes are a great jumping off point. You asked a question on my blog about a plant next to my porch. It is called a meyer fern or foxtail fern. It is the biggest one I have ever seen so that might be why you did not recognize it. It is in the asparagus fern family and is really easy to grow. I think my plant thinks it is on steroids! Have a great day and thank you for stopping by my blog,
    Kathysue

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    1. Wow...what a neat fern. I haven't seen that variety here in New England. It sure is different and pretty. I'll be back to visit your blog...come back again ;)

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  5. Love the images, hopefully you will find the fabric. I do love the shade of green.

    I also favor shabby chic, french country and farmhouse. Have a goof weekend,

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    1. Thanks. I will search some more for the fabric! Yes, we have similar styles!

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  6. Your garden is stunning and so are your choices for your home! Love the colour you have picked!
    Hope to see more!

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    1. You are so sweet! Our garden has actually grown so much since we took that photo a few weeks a go. The pumpkins are growing like crazy!

      As I progress with projects in my home, I will post more....thanks for visiting!

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