|We removed the divider that separated this small dining room from the family room and made one large living area.|
|The kitchen is my favorite room in the house. It is bright and cheerful with plenty of room for everyone to join in the cooking. When we moved here, the cabinets were dark wood and the floor was covered with blue indoor outdoor carpet.|
|Our sun room is bright and comfortable. We enclosed the open patio with six sets of French doors to make a sun room that we enjoy year round.|
|In this photo, the formal dining room is ready for Thanksgiving with glittered pink pumpkins. I made the ruffled tablecloth from muslin and pieces of lace…the chairs are covered with vintage wedding dresses.|
|This picture is from my post “Pink Pumpkins for the Cure”|
|We updated the laundry room earlier this year. The dark cabinets all got a fresh coat of white paint. I also added a cabinet to store all the doilies in.|
|The display cabinet in the hallway also got a coat of white paint . H installed the new lighting and also painted the cabinet.|
|This is the main bathroom which I have decorated in a Paris theme.|
|The master bedroom is all dressed up for Valentines Day with a vintage bedspread.|
|I leave this tree up year round in the master bedroom. I collect vintage wedding gowns and I used 10 of them to make this tree. Don’t worry…none of them were harmed in the making of the tree!|
|This is the bath off the Master bedroom. Last year we put in new sinks, faucets, toilet, counter tops, and painted the dark wood cabinets white.|
|This is our back yard. The structure on the left is the Potting Shed. H made it from doors and windows that we collected on a trip up thru Kentucky, Tennessee, and on into New York. H is originally from NY and we visit family there every couple of years.|
The building on the right is the Studio. It originally was a second double garage… there is also double garage in the front of the house. So…we removed the garage door and installed 3 sets of French doors and added heat and air conditioning. I do crafts there and the back half is storage for seasonal items.
I hope you enjoyed my home tour!
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Thank you Penny, for sharing your wonderful treasures with us. I can honestly say that I’ve never known anyone who collects vintage wedding gowns. You’ve sure used them in some amazing ways!
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