I thoroughly enjoyed the tours this week over at The Shabby Creek Cottage so I decided "Why not?"
Here's a little peek around at our house...
(There are lots of pictures so I'll keep the commentary to a minimum and add links for more info when available)
Rusty junk everywhere...
I still love our little entry "bench" made from a material stand from a factory.
The sitting room...
I love unconventional side tables...
...like this one we made from an Old Drawer to End Table.
I cheated in this room...these are old pictures. The kitchen needs a little "TLC". I'll do another post when I like it more :)
Heading up to Our Room
"Big Girl" Ladder Bed Canopy...my most popular post EVER!!
We recently added some "Chippy Charm" to our Upstairs Bathroom.
My son's room is in need of a "bigger boy redo". Here are a couple of things we added recently...
This lower level is REALLY hard to photograph...I'm still a "point and shoot" girl. Forgive me :)
The "Guest Bathroom"...
Garden gate window valance.
A cool old church sign purchased from my friend Jan Berg aka Summerspell...look for her at Junk Bonanza! Amazing person...super COOL junk!
Heading out to the Deck.
Vintage Headboard Patio Fence
My "new" "Pallet Perch"
Back at the fire pit...rustic, just how we like it :)
I recently got the courage to show you my quirky little Potting Area.
Before you go...
Have you seen my little Junk Shed?? It's just storage for now...but someday I'm dreaming of a sweet little studio :)
That pretty much covers it...whew!
A little peek into our happy little world...thanks for stopping by!!
Now click over to visit some other homes too...and better yet link up your charming space :)
Summer Tour of Homes at The Shabby Creek Cottage
Also sharing at...
Funky Junk Interiors for Sat Nite Special
Knick of Time Interiors for Knick of Time Tues
Coastal Charm for Nifty Thrifty Tues.
A Stroll Through Life for Inspire Me Tues.
The Scoop at The Farmhouse Porch and Friends :)
Hickory Trail for Efforts and Assets Party
Junkin Joe Features and Link Party atThe Cottage Market
Be Inspired at Common Ground