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Just the windows, fireplace, and some comfy, casual furniture. Another one of my favorite finds is the section of vintage iron gate that’s propped up behind the lanterns in the photo above.The sofa got a makeover last year with a simple dropcloth slipcover. I bought it from a local antique shop a couple of years ago and had no idea what I would do with it at the time, but knew that I had to have it.It belonged to my husband’s grandfather and we’re so glad to be able to use it in our home. To see more of our natural decor like this, you can go here.For a glimpse of how it gets decorated for each season, go here, here, and here. Our kitchen is truly the hub of activity in our house, as I’m sure it is in most homes.This is my favorite area to decorate because it’s the first thing I see when I come home, and also because it’s the easiest and quickest to change.
The hardest part for me is always deciding on which color to use. My style could be described best as eclectic, casual, collected, and comfortable.Remember when I said I’m always painting something? For that project, I used pin-striping tape and several shades of paint in the little sample jars and a sea sponge to create the look of tumbled marble tiles for a fraction of the cost of the real thing.And as a bonus, when I get tired of that look, I won’t feel a bit guilty about changing it!If you’ve never visited my blog, you’ll find projects, tips and tutorials, favorite paint colors, room tours and decorating ideas. The entry is an ever-changing display of seasonal items.And we love to travel, so occasionally you’ll see a few photos from some of places we’ve visited. Currently it’s decorated for fall, but will get changed in a few weeks.