Sunday, November 30, 2008

~Take a little Peek~

Have you ever imagined having your own little country home someplace private- maybe out in the woods? Well, take a little peek into what these homeowners did with their country home. It's very pretty! The lights above the kitchen table are so gorgeous. I love it!

Friday, November 28, 2008

~White Country Kitchens~

Well, it's Black Friday here and I am about to go out shopping in that mess. It's always so crazy but they do have some good deals so I am going to see if I can find anything. I would really like to get one of these kitchens please but that's impossible so I will just dream.

Simply Seleta


Lincoln Barbour Photography

Country Home

Nancy Boszhardt
Check out the ceiling!

Lynn Morgan Design

Thursday, November 20, 2008

~Selina Lake~

I have to give this interior stylist props for coming up with new and innovative ways of decorating such as hanging this dress above the couch or hanging all your jewelry on the coat rack. Her ideas are fresh and fun! Also, check out her book Bazaar style to get even more great inspiration!

Friday, November 14, 2008

~Pretty Bright Dining~

Beautiful ideas for your dining table and of course they have to be all in white with some simple touches of color-my favorite! Next time I will try to add more rooms with color-promise!

Via: Helene Hennie Interiors

Via: Eva Lindh

Via: Marie Claire Maison

Via: Martha Stewart

Via: Wohnidee

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

~Pretty ceilings~

Here are some neat ideas for the ceiling in your home. You can go extraordinary or do something more simpler and inexpensive like the Bluish color used in J.Lo's home. This would be a way to add color to any white room. Love it!

Via: Corbis

Designer: Hagan

~Marie Antoinette~

Most all of us know who she is and is famous for her wild behavior such as once she told the one's beneath her "Let them eat cake" when they had no bread. I absolutely adore her for some reason. I believe it's because she loved to live the life of pleasure and extravagance.

Marie was born in Austria and married at the age of 15 in 1770 to Louis-Auguste during the french revolution. Her marriage remained unconsummated for 7 years. Yes- 7 years Can you believe that? She was execute for treason by guillotine which is a device used to perform the execution.

This was a cottage built for Marie in the Petit Hameau- a rustic retreat meant to evoke a peasant village.

Friday, November 7, 2008

~Girl's Room Inspiration~

I found this cute chocolate bedroom on flickr. Isn't it adorable? It reminded me somewhat of my daughters bedroom except her walls are yellow and pink, but she has the whole Bakery theme going on just like this room. So Cute!