Thursday, February 23, 2012

The Tour Continues...(part 2)

Okay! Are you ready? TO BE INSPIRED!!!!
Then take note of the great and some original ideas found in Cassie's house...her  great eye for re-purposing and love for vintage treasures make a superb combination! Just look for yourself....
I also loved that she mixes color and neutrals very well as you will see!

Their kitchen table...aren't you ready to pull up a seat?
Pretty Valentines decor...
Cabinet opposite the table... full of vintage goodness!
Fun display rack in her corner!
Organization & Old!

 Now here is a problem we all face...not loving the light fixtures that are in our homes...Cassie has some very creative solutions...This one was my favorite! She hung an old ladder, wired glass fixtures and added some smaller cage lights...
 Very cool....
She also tucked burlap ribbon and natural elements in the mix...
Then to add interest to the ceiling she added frames over the existing lights! It had a neat effect!

 Humm, Those clock faces look familiar!!


 Burlap wreath she made...
Love the layered effect...
Old window screen for pictures..
Love the letters...you will see them everywhere in her home...
 Very fun idea for a curtain...I told she was creative! A shutter, black sconce and burlap garland...DARLING!


Green...great for all occasions.
Vintage Family wedding pieces...

The Roberts turned their formal dining room space into a family friendly space...
Loads of storage...
Sweet spot for the girls...
Love the numbers!
 Their love for music is also well represented...


 Letters in the hall...
 Grandma's costume jewels have a place of honor here...
in the princess bathroom...
 And I saved my favorite space for last...their enclosed porch...Nap time today right there!

 Love this...
Really, just loved it all! 
It's so refreshing to see a home dedicated to the love of family, where everyone has their spot, don't you agree?
Hope you were inspired! I certainly am!

Well, ready for home # 3? Coming soon....
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1 comment:

  1. Love that kitchen table and the shutter as a valance is a great idea!

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