There is no rhyme or reason for my favorites today. I started out with some beautiful home images, and suddenly found myself posting fun Halloween ideas.
There is nothing I don’t like about this image. I love it all – the color scheme, those curtains, that shabby table, the roosters, and the overall casual and inviting feel.
Buffalo checked fabrics always attract me. The unique and gorgeous hutch, filled with Majolica, makes me sigh, and I want the three confit pots on top of the hutch. The symmetry of the hutch wall, with the framed botanicals on each side appeal to me too. Although I’m on a mission to add touches of red to our home, and I really like the upholstery on the bench, the bench and the rug seem to not fit with the balanced look of this room. But who am I to question REAL decorators? I think my obsession with symmetry is rearing its ugly head.
Another of their images that speaks to me -- the long, shabby desk, those figural lamps, the French style chair and a wonderful window. And to top it all off, a blue and white pot filled with Hydrangeas. My obsession with symmetry is showing again, because I love the vignette on this desk.
What a unique tub, and it would be wonderful to be able to soak and enjoy a view to the outside – especially if there is a walled courtyard outside. Isn’t that wall-mounted tub fixture great?
This is when my brain suddenly, and without any thought, switched to Halloween images. I love this moon face, painted on a baseball, and the funnel hat topping it. The cherry wallpaper behind it is so cute, and of course, a rooster and hen are always welcome in one of my favorite images. I even like the addition of an old bingo ball to keep the moon from rolling.
I think this literary nod to Halloween and Edgar Allen Poe is so fun, and even makes a pretty vignette. I’ve always loved antique typewriters, and isn’t that old clock face a great addition? I even like the pumpkin-filled wire basket under the desk.
If you haven’t met Agatha and Andrew and their twins, Hattie and Hugo, you need to go over to see them. They are house-sitting for Phyllis for awhile, and Agatha is guest posting on her blog. They are such a fun family, and this week, they are hosting an hors devours party to introduce a Count and Countess.
They also seem to be enjoying the pool!
These tiny, pierced pumpkins look so pretty on the candlesticks. I'm thinking that scooping a tiny pumpkin out wouldn’t be as yucky as working with a big one. I hope to try to replicate these this season. Don’t be surprised if you find a tablescape on my blog, with these pumpkin candles marching down the center of the table. But then again, don’t be surprised if you don’t find them on a tablescape. I am great at dreaming of completing projects, but not so great at implementing the projects.
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I enjoyed sharing some of my faves today, and I hope you enjoyed seeing them. Thank you for coming to see them. laurie