Friday, February 25, 2011

It's Friday, I'm In Love {with a little farmhouse inspired bliss!}

I love country music - LOVE IT - and I had a ball spending Wednesday evening Dancehall Dreamin' with Pat Green! 
And, while I'm a beach girl through and through (in case you haven't already picked up on that), I will gladly admit that I enjoy the charm of the country and "rural living" from time to time.  
A bit of time spent in the country can be such a breath of fresh air - literally - which is why I think I am drawn to some of these rooms that evoke the "new farmhouse style." The natural materials and hues are so warm leaving me with that same feeling of a day in the country.

Hope this weekend brings you whatever breath of fresh air you may be in need of!

Pictures and inspiration via HouseandHome

Thursday, February 24, 2011

In Need of Some Porch Time!

I could really go for a couple hours of R&R on this back porch! 
Thank goodness tomorrow is Friday!

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Wednesday's Wedding Inspired Bliss!

Congratulations to my good friend and roommate on her recent engagement!!! 
 Oh the wedding bliss you have to look forward to - so excited for you!!!

Flowers, cakes, and guest bags - just a few recent finds that have caught my eye.

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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Tile Thursday!

These tiles are the perfect splash of color for each room.

Hope your Thursday is filled with splashes of color, too!

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Friday, February 11, 2011

It's Friday, I'm In Love {With This Charleston Home!}

Rich with history and filled with great style, this transformed stable is surely a home I would like to call my own.  

The homeowners kept the interior design neutral to amplify the sunlight that pours in from the horse-stall windows, just high enough to make window treatments unnecessary. 
Sunshine filled Charleston home - Don't mind if I do!

Truly quintessential Charleston style at it's best.
Featured in Charleston Magazine

The house's arched, streetside entry door is the original - tall enough for horses to pass through

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