Thursday, January 6, 2011

Inside the house..

The Living Room

The Dining Room
Thought I would show you a few pictures of what I have to work with in most of the house.  The top pictures are of the kitchen.  It is wired plumbed and ready for cabinets and all.  Hope that happens soon..geeeez.
I love the barn looking doors in there. they are all over the house.  There is also a barn door on the door that goes out to the garden.  Great spot for the kitchen to be able to step right out in the garden when it is all beautiful and lush.

I'm still trying to figure out which way to go with the kitchen.  Pretty sure i want lower cabinets, some old sink, and open shelving for the top to display things.  One of those doors of the two in the picture far above is a pantry so I don't think I will need the uppers.  Too bad Layla (The Lettered Cottage) doesn't live next door! :)

I do have furniture in the rest of the house It's just not pic ready.

I have to tell you though that I ran across http://myshabbystreamsidestudio.blogspot.com/  and I now feel kinda silly trying to make a big ol farm work after seeing the most beautiful little house I've ever seen.  What an inspirational story too.
Here's a peek since I don't know the ettiquite just yet of putting others items on here.

Stop over there and check it out.

Oh and she had some posts of  http://urbanfarmhouse.blogspot.com/ Which I love and live very near to.  Lisa over there is going to love me too as soon as I find a box of cash.  I'd buy everything she has if I could.  I think it is the most beautiful and artistic shop I have ever seen.

Hope you find some inspiration too.



  1. Your rooms have great bones with those floors and doors.
    If you go visit Donna at Funky Junk Interiors (you can easily find her blog from my list of blogs I love to read in my sidebar) she has several great posts on beginner blog tips and links to other bloggers who give step by step instructions on how to make blogging easier, and great blog etiquette. One of the easier things to learn is how to add a LINK to another blog or website. Again, good luck and I look forward to seeing photos as your room progresses.

  2. Thank you Elizabeth! I appreciate the information. Love your site, and her site, and think that will be good help. Thanks again for coming by.