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Monday, October 22, 2012

My Daughter's Home

Hello my friends, not long ago I posted a few photos of my oldest daughter's home and a few remarked that they'd like to see more.
I have a few for you today.

First a little before and after:





This is what the living room looked like when her and my son-in-law went to see the little 800 sq. ft. home.
It's okay, but I knew once my girl put her stamp on the place it would be very sweet.





Same wall colour, same flooring, but add the white IKEA draperies and some pretty furnishings and it looks  very cozy.



The chairs sit in front of the living room window.





A look around the room at some of the details.





Recently, she painted her kitchen, I don't know the name of the paint. If anybody wants to know, I can get it for you.
This little cupboard is on one wall of the kitchen.
It was given to me in exchange for many hours of work in 1988, it was homemade and old then. I painted it white and  distressed it back in 1997.




She is like me in that she loves garage sale finds and vintage mis-matched furniture.
And, the accessories in her house are turquoise and red.
That gives me a good feeling, you know "like mother like daughter"?


It looks a little more blue here, but I think she said that it's more grey than blue, in real life.


And in little Miss B's bedroom, she painted the walls Martha Stewart River Mist.


I love the wall words and there's the pretty wall hanging that she made and painted herself. I showed that to you a few months back.
The chest of drawers were a garage sale find.

Their house is grey.
She wanted a door that really made a statement, so she went with yellow. I love it!



I hope you've enjoyed the tour, 
have a wonderful week!

Hugs, Cindy



By Mary Engelbreit

36 comments:

Rebecca said...

I love the vintage chairs, the color choices, and the personal choices that make this so sweet and unique. Thanks for sharing it with us :)

Pamela Gordon said...

Your daughter has done a beautiful job decorating their little home. I'd say she has a lot of your decorating 'genes'. :) It is a really sweet home. Thanks for sharing it with us. Hugs, Pam

Maple Lane said...

Her home is lovely! I think she inherits her expertise from you. I love that little cupboard, especially. Thank you both for sharing!

Nancy said...

Ohhhh, I loved the tour! Thank you! I think my favorite was the living room. The wall decor above the couch and other touches she added did so much to make it such a homey space. I can really see much of your decorating style in her home.

Thanks again for the tour!

Hugs,
Nancy

FABBY'S LIVING said...

What a cozy and lovely home your daughter created for her family! I love her little kitchen too. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree Linda! Thank you for your sweet wishes for my b'day darling.
FABBY

Rhonda said...

Your daughter's home is just lovely, I am really liking neutral colors more and more, like her pretty living room.
I am glad you shared these, your daughter has been on my heart. She has been through so much and it is amazing what she has been able to do.

I would give both of you a hug if I could

Faye Henry said...

It all looks lovely, Cindy.. And defiantly like mother like daughter.. Isn't it great? smile..
God bless, my friend..

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

What a pretty home your daughter has Cindy! Loved seeing the before and after, she did an amazing job in her living room!

❁Velma ~Down Our Country Road❁ said...

Very sweet little home. Yes, the improvements to the living room look much nicer. I know you're proud of what she is doing there.

Anne said...

Very comfortable and cozy space! Love that pink cabinet!

xox

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

Hi Cindy!
Your daughter has wonderful taste. I see where she gets it.
Like they say: "The fruit doesn't fall very far from the tree."
I think I'm in love with her simple living room.
Let me just say this too. 800 sq.ft. isn't that big...but when done right. It's impressive!

...have a great week, and thank you to your daughter for letting us tour. Pat

Sheila said...

Your daughter must be influenced by your design sense Cindy. Her home is lovingly decorated and there's no doubt she must have inherited her love of beautiful old treasures from you. How special to share a hobby that enhances your lives. Each treasure finds a special place in your home and in hers.

Pondside said...

Isn't it just the sweetest thing to see one's daughter in her own house? Your daughter obviously inheirited your gift for making a beautiful home.

Millie said...

I can really see the similarity to your decorating. Very sweet! I'm so sorry you missed the sale at the thrift store on Sat. That was a long walk!

It's me said...

Wowww...this is great...love that quote on the wall...it is on my blog too !!...love from me happy week...xxx...

Tamera Beardsley said...

I can see your daughter has your keen eye and reverence for graceful living and celebration of family,

podso said...

I can see you two are related! Your daughter has wonderful taste and creativity!

Gail said...

Cindy, your daughter has a lovely home! Your absolutely right..."like mother like daughter". I am now a follower of yours on Pinterest...your pin boards are wonderful! Hope you have a wonderful day my friend, Gail

anangloinquebec said...

Well, I agree with everyone..like mother, like daughter.. great taste.

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest said...

She's done a wonderful job! I love the display on the cabinet and LOVE the yellow door.

nannykim said...

Thanks for sharing this--love the transformation in the living room area! It is cozy. The drapes are so much nicer.

Elizabeth and Gary said...

Hi Cindy,
I love the yellow door too!!!! What an adorable cottage home your daughter has. It really looks so perfect and everything goes so well together. I love the white throw over the chair its beautiful and the gray and white pillows are lovely with the trim on them. Its so nice you two have the same taste in decor, I bet its fun to shop together.
Sending you love and hugs, Elizabeth

Shelia said...

Hi Cindy! Your daughter's home is just so cozy and adorable. I see she inherited her mama's decorating gene! ;)
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

Such a charming, cozy home...I love the yellow door especially!

Marina Pérez said...

Hi Cindy, you have a surprise in my blog ;)

Marina

Connie said...

I have been meandering through some of your posts and they are full of charm and loveliness.
I found you through mutual followers and I hope that you will become a mutual follower, too.
Your new blogging sister, Connie :)

Ana said...

I see you and your daughter have very similar decorating tastes :-) Her home looks very sweet and cozy, just like yours my dear friend. Hope you are doing well.

Hugs,
❤Ana

camp and cottage living said...

Cindy
Your daughters home is so cozy and tasteful. You can tell she's put her own special stamp on it!

Betty said...

Hello Cindy!
How nice to visit your dear daughter's lovely home. It looks like a very cosy and peaceful place. I like the cheerful yellow door:)
Hope you are well.
Betty

Angie said...

What a sweet cozy space! I love the warm colors. Thanks for sharing your daughter's beautiful home.

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

Such a cozy and welcoming place. I love the way she draped the towel over the cabinet door. It's all the little touches that make it so special. Hope you are well...enjoy your Sunday!

thistlewoodfarm said...

What a wonderful blessing to her family! Every little detail was done to perfection!

blessings,
karianne

Carol OurSearsKitHome said...

Cindy,
What a lovely tour of your daughter's home! She has put her mark on it, and it looks wonderful!
I was trying to think of what to do with my cakestand/cloche, but now she has given me a great idea! It doesn't have to be just a cakestand, relegated to kitchen area.

Jenifer said...

What a beautiful home!

Elizabeth (Blue Clear Sky) said...

Your daughter's home is lovely and she obviously enjoys decorating it. I especially like the leggy table in front of the window and the great cupboard you distressed.

French Kissed said...

Hi Cindy,

Your daughter has done an amazing job here...the red & turquoise with the pink is a winning combination and I do definitely see that the apple has not fallen far from the tree. And her living room has such a great balance of soft and tailored...the ruffled pillows are perfect here on the soft side and I love the dark strong frames on the B & W photos for emphasis...they look like they are black...but they are so perfect to contrast the tans, creams and whites. Beautiful and inviting home. Your daughter is sure to be pleased with the beautiful red and white quilt and I agree it looks great at your house too. Safe travels and enjoy the season.

Best,

Jermaine