Give an Inch....

Hello all and Happy Monday!  Hope you had a great weekend!  We had a busy weekend at the shoppe and some out of town guests as well.  Still, I managed to roll on a coat of new paint in the living room yesterday.... I sent the Mr. to watch the shoppe and the bambino and I stayed at home.  I was pretty productive!  I got two coats on and most of everything moved back before the Mr. got home... it is best that these sort of things are done without his knowledge *wink*  So, after painting the walls, the room has a whole new look that I will share when I get a few things hung.  My mind is spinning on how to really change it around without spending too much.  Here are a few photos that I haven't been able to get out of my mind since I saw them originally published.... before pinterest!  Was there ever a time?  I have since pinned them just in case my original magazine gets lost.

via Southern Living

I shared this photo a long, long time ago.  It stuck with me.  I really love this room.  I am hoping to incorporate a little of this room in our living room.

also via Southern Living

This is another room that I adore!  I couldn't remember which magazine it was in the other night when  was searching through my stacks... I like to keep the original so I can refer back to the whole home... this  chick's home is fantastic!  Anyhow, I put in a quick text message to my friend and said something like.... remember the aqua velvet sofa with the long pillow?  She knew exactly what photo I was talking about and helped me narrow down the magazines.  That is true friendship.... remembering what rooms your friend loves!  I love this room!  The sofa is amazing.  I don't think I will be getting it any time soon though.  

via Country Living

And the stacks!  It is no secret that I have a little thing for vintage luggage.  I have my own healthy stack already, but I thought I would include it since it is fantastic!

Anthropologie

I have also been wanting to add some yellow to the room... and here is where I would take a mile...these drapery panels.    I love them!  But, they are sadly out of my price range right now.  I have seriously been stalking them, hoping they will go on sale.  I want them so badly!  I can't even find a good compromise on them.  I love my drapes that I have, but those could easily be moved to some windows that don't have curtains.

Okay, I am off!  I received quite a few custom pieces to paint this weekend and I also have to paint stuff for the shoppe and the booth.  There is still time to enter to win the Post Road Vintage Giveaway!

bye for now!

12 comments:

  1. What beautiful rooms! I adore that green sofa! Beautiful!! :) Have a blessed week! xo Heather

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  2. Ditto above comment! I already pinned that photo before I stopped by to comment! Thank you for the first photo. We have that crown molding throughout our house that is about 1/2 inch from the ceiling and meant for those picture hangers. I love the look in that room!

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  3. Oh yes...love that first one...love them all! Enjoy your day!

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  4. I just LOVE the first room -- maybe because it seems to be a small room and that's all I have is SMALL rooms! I love the way the pictures are hung and the way the sofa(s) touch forming that nice, little nook.

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  5. Love all of these inspiration photos!

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  6. The sofa is fantastic and i also loved the door! All your photos have me thinking of what i can tweak!!! Haahaaa
    have fun and i can't wait to see what you do,
    xo,
    Lulu

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  7. So beautiful! I just came across your blog, love it! you def have a new follower!

    door251.com

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  8. Love all your inspiration photos!

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  9. I'm with you on all those pics, Michelle! I remembered several of them as being stand-outs to me too when they were published. I LOVE that blue-gray sofa. My dil actually found one very similar and reasonably priced at Ashley furniture. You might look there. I think I saw a similar fabric as the curtains you love on fabric.com with the Thomas Paul decorator selection. Can't wait to see your "after" shots!

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  10. I love that first photo, so many fantastic details, and well the velvet couch, swoon!!! you have some good taste my dear...oh and I know you could sew some fantastic panels for your house that don't cost what anthro's do! :) happy day!

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  11. So glad I stumbled across your blog. That first photo has always been a favorite of mine. Happy weekend.
    Bristol

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  12. Too funny ! I would have know which one you were looking for also- lol... love that room,
    so many great details ( a little Anthropologie ) yummy sofa, great room !
    Im sure your room will turn out wonderful- can't wait to see what you do.

    Diana

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