|Carly bought a house!|
|When I introduced her to the decal sites she was in love! This is one of the many throughout the house.|
note: www.dalidecals.com and www.whatisblik.com
are two of my favs!
|This patterned Target chair sits next to the door to the MBR deck... perfect for her to crochet and see the woods in her backyard.|
|First things first for the entire home. ALL moulding was to be painted a crisp and clean white.|
tip: I used the color from the accent wall and carried it up to the tray ceiling to bring your eye up and create height.
| The very SCARY before photo of the Master bedroom|
note: The moulding, tray ceiling, paint color... well everything, was just wrong!
|The guest rooms are small and both needed daybeds. No one does a better looking daybed than West Elm.|
The best part... she found it on Craiglist!
|West Elm dresser|
|Target comforter and accent rug... |
Love the prints and patterns from Dwell Studio.
Designer look for cheap!
| Another scary before photo of guest room #1|
note: I made sure the chair rail moulding was pulled from this room.
|Love the cable knit throw... so cozy!|
|The natural avocado colored walls surround the room. One of my favorite colorways... my own Master bedroom!|
|Since Carly ALWAYS has guests, Jake (her thoughtful boyfriend) had this guest book made for her from Etsy as a birthday gift. The November birthday flower, Chrysanthemum, is on the cover! Guests can sign it and write a message about their stay in Gettysburg. So cute!|
|We love it!|
|Before photo guest bedroom #2... Ohhh, heavens! |
All I have to say about that!
|This was a fun surprise when I walked in... Car and her new love of decals added these bare trees.|
|I chose a taupe color similar to the one in my home office but a bit warmer. Love the way the photos "pop" and really make a statement.|
Area Rug: Home Decorators Collection
|Personal touches... beautiful!|
|I loved visiting Gettysburg... the little square, driving through the battlefields and stopping at the barn.|
photo: Carly calling in her gorgeous horse, Roe, from the pasture.
|A few shakes from the food bucket and they slowly made their way in... Roe is still hanging out in the back ground.|
|Loved this old barn... so beautiful out there!|
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Super easy and a lot of fun... just send pics and dimensions.
Have a good one!