Welcome to our home! If you are new to my blog, then let me say thank you for tuning in. I'm fairly new at this blogging thing. I've dabbled really, but I am feeling like now is the time to get serious about this. Not only am I a jewelry designer, but I love home decor. And...if you read my story, you already know the reasons why home is so important to me. In case you haven't read it, please take a moment to do that by clicking this link.
This entryway is always changing, but here is a recent view. I found this antique folding bench at a local vintage shop. If you ever visit Savannah, you should definitely stop by Picker Joe's! The white rattan stool is a thrifted find for around $10 and I have found it to be so versatile that it has already been in 3 different spots in our home. Love that! The shelf came from Hobby Lobby and I was so delighted when I found it. It fit the space perfectly.
Enter our sitting room, which is just to the right inside the front door. I've got to say this is my favorite space in our home. This was designed to be a dining room and was formerly my studio, but as a sitting area...well, it's just spectacular to me. The love seat, the faux fireplace, the old windows, the table...all of it was thrifted finds. The little desk is from Home Goods and it just finished this space perfectly.
To the left of the sitting room is our beautiful kitchen. It's not the optimum to have maple cabinets, but we still have glass tile backsplash and granite countertops. And...since we rent, one must make due with what one has. I added lots of white pitchers to the top space above the cabinets to bring in as much white as possible.
The bar is set for a spring dinner for 2. I love little pops of turquoise and this dinnerware brings the color in perfectly. It's the Pioneer Woman dishes, from Walmart. The vintage bottles are from our local flea market and I have scattered these throughout our home. I can't seem to get enough of them.
Our home has an open floor plan so the living room is in plain sight of the dining room and kitchen. I love the spaciousness of it all. I took this picture just days ago. All of my favorite things are here...found objects, curbside treasures, DIY projects and more. I think the only new thing is the lovely shag rug from Home Goods!
I took an empty bedroom, since our nest is almost empty...(sad face) and created our happy little jewelry studio. It's in need of some changes but for now this is where all our work gets done. I love my job creating jewelry. What life it has been for 9 years. You can read out story and the how the journey began here.
I'll be sharing more photos in the days to come. Please stay connected. Follow us on social media because life gets quite exciting sometimes.