hope you had a nice weekend!! i certainly did.
so there are three things i wanted to share with you today and all of them are
glorious beyond glorious.
first and foremost the second issue of Country Home is out! remember i mentioned a month ago they were back. well, the second issue is just as good (if not better … since it’s fall themed) than first.
these are some (and i do mean some as i think i love something about every single image in the magazine) of my favorite images…
so simple, but dynamic! right?
love gallery walls!
a country kitchen at its finest!
a magazine rack/console table made from three old chicken roosts. i must have this!
love the things on top of the cabinet. they are vintage train reflectors! so cool!
and yes, i do love the old railroad signs (or whatever you call them). then, in front, is one of those acrylic tables (which i love). this is so me. a mix of old and new. i’m actually considering recreating this in my hall. i have the perfect spot!
anyway, so pick up a copy. it’s a bit more expensive then your typical magazine… but totally worth it!
second. do you follow eddie ross? if you don’t you should. honestly … you really should. you won’t be disappointed. anyway, i am in love with this table setting he just featured on his blog. i love lime green. then, put it with orange and i have goosebumps. then add in larger than life pink taper candles … and i think i need a respirator.
stunning. love the runners as placements.
gasp. it’s like summer meets fall. falmer.
maybe if i ask really nice i can come to the next dinner. you think? all images can be found via.
and finally i just bought a vintage paint by number image from an etsy seller with the coolest stuff. it was funny. i actually emailed her before i bought the painting. i was on the edge about whether it was creepy or not. she said she loved it, and so did i, so i risked it and bought it.
it arrived today and i have to tell you i just love it. the frame it came with was sorta week and lack luster, so i bought a new one and i think it make a huge difference.
the intent is to hang the picture in my newly painted hall. the colors are perfect! i just need to figure out where. she will be the keeper of my hall forest.
what should i name her?? (yes, i like to name things) the squirrel that eats my birdseed is ‘charles’. the planter in my gift shoppe shaped in a woman’s bust is ‘vivian’ … and the list goes on.