I really really love it. Beadboard, farmer’s sink, subway tiles…not miles away from mine but I have to admit that I love it more.
I really like color and mix of styles in this girl’s room.
This is fun and loving the retro handles. I think I need to paint something green – I keep seeing green furniture that I want to make my own!
Just love it. Must get my old vintage suitcase out of the basement in Boston and bring it to Dublin. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
What a great day in Dublin yesterday: Lottie and I had lots of mini adventures with different groups of friends, great weather, fantastic buzz in town and a Six Nations rugby win for Ireland. And two on-the-go naps ensured a happy girl throughout the day!
I think finding a fun way to display children’s artwork is a challenge but this one this one works. I also think the sofa pillows are fun to keep the whimsy going.
That’s a mirror that looks like it could tell some stories. I love pieces that have (or look like they have) a bit of history. I’m still searching for the perfect thing to put over my mantle and this would do me just fine.
Benches are such a great dining table solution for a small space. Mine’s not nearly as elegant as this one – love the fabric and the brass studs.
Couldn’t resist posting a photo of this little cutie – our friend, Brian. He hit the two-year-old milestone on Sunday with a big smile.
Young miss Lottie and I (and miss Tilly, too) went to Cavan last weekend and I had the pleasure of meeting a one-day old calf. Lottie was unimpressed as if to say “why spend so much time oo-ing and ah-ing over the small calf when there are a bunch of huge cows right behind it?” But I was a little bit in love.