I've had some requests to see my house and how I decorate, so today seemed like a good day to take a break from the "quilting world" and visit the "decorating world." I believe a home should reflect the people who live there. Well, I don't think you will have any problem seeing who I am. ;)
My living room.
Looking into the living room, foyer and dining room from my kitchen. When I built the house, I wanted an open floor plan. It's great for entertaining. You may notice I don't have a lot of rugs. I really hate carpet and rugs and vacuuming! It's easier to run the floor duster around on hardwood.
The Dining Room.
The guest bedroom. That's a king sized bed. The window has a view to the pond behind us.
Lots of reading material in the guest room along with gifts from very dear friends.
My "friends" entrance to the house. Nobody comes to our front door unless they are selling something. I always wanted a side door for friends.
My bedroom. You saw pictures of this the other week.
Here's another view
My office with a desk full of a paperwork as usual! Ick, gag, puke!
Bunnyville. The happiest place on earth! :)
Harrington and Hannah's corner office.
And finally, the outside. The house is named Rosewood Cottage. David and I built it in 2001 as our ten year anniversary gift to each other. I do love my Carolina blue skies. David get's all the credit for the yard. If I had to do it, it would be dead. I'm a terrible gardener.
I hope you enjoyed this little tour. See you back here on Wednesday with some Folk Art Fusion (TM) stuff.
Have a fun day!
Michelle and the Bunnies