Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Summer Home Tour

I thought I would go ahead and wrap up a summer home tour in case any of you are interested in seeing everything in one post. At least you can see how everything ties together.

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I am all about pink and blue, but this spring I went with hot pink and indigo as opposed to the aqua and peachy pink I was using. We'll start on the porch...




...which is actually more of a side porch overlooking our beautiful mountain creek.


If you turn to the right, this is the front porch.














Everyone enters the house through a set of french doors that opens into the music room/entry.





















































































































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Thanks for stopping by for a little summer tour:-) It seems as if fall is just around the corner as the katydids were chirping away last night. The old timers say that means frost is six weeks away. Wow, where does the time go? 


I'll be joining:




23 comments:

  1. I went up and down and down and up again, enjoying your beautiful home and all it's charm, warm and love all over it.
    Every room is decorated simply gorgeous. I love it all, Anita. Thanks for the tour I will pin it.
    May God bless your home and we must thank HIM for enabling us to have a beautiful roof under our bodies and a lovely family to go along.
    Have a wonderful week.
    FABBY

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  2. Amazing!! I love all the pink you've incorporated. It's so rich and beautiful! Really every little detail of your home always amazes.

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    1. Stacey, thank you! I love pink, and just having it around makes me smile:-)

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  3. :) Just beautiful Anita. Your home always makes me smile. I know you will take this as I mean it, it reminds me of my Grandmother's home.. HOME!!! Things that span an era, things that harken to an easier time of life... a slower pace. I luv your unique style!
    Hugs, Gee

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    1. Thank you Gee:-) I thought about you as I bought three more vintage sarees and my 13 year old is trying to figure out how to "wear" one, but we are having trouble getting it right, lol. We love them. RE a previous comment, I can't believe we were only an hour from you! We loved it there and hope to go back:-)

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  4. I thought I had seen every nook and cranny, but there were a few corners I missed. Loved it all! xxx....Brooke

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  5. Your home and the setting is absolutely beautiful. It's like a B&B and you're on vacation all the time. Thanks so much for the summer tour. I thoroughly enjoyed it!

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  6. I feel as though I am turning pages of a magazine...your Summer Home Tour is exquisite. Your home is exquisite and I love the colors and details that you have chosen for your summer decor. I truly scrolled through this post a few times to get in all of the many details of each room. I cannot imagine the impact of entering your home and being greeted by that magnificent music room.Thanks for the tour Anita...sharing...

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  7. There is nothing about your home that I don't love, it's absolutely gorgeous!

    xoxo, SS

    The Southern Stylista

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  8. You house is so charming, I really enjoyed looking. Thanks

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  9. You have such a pretty and charming home! I love how you've incorporated pops of bright color among the neutrals in your home. It really adds a lot of personality. It almost has a bohemian vibe in some ways with the color and patterns used. However, it's not over done.

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  10. You must be a lovely person...to have all this beauty in your vision and then be able to achieve it for your home. Magnificent! I adored perusing your "home tour;" isn't it wonderful that metallic gold is coming back? You have used it, and some "diamond" doorknobs, to add sparkle to the jewel box of colors that is your refreshing, uplifting environment!

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  11. You must be a lovely person...to have such vision, and then achieve it so "smashingly" in your beautiful home! Isn't it wonderful that metallic gold is coming back? Your inspirational use of it, along with some "diamond" doorknobs, add magnificent sparkle to the jewel box of colors in which you live. I love your contrasts: royal blues/"cool" pinks with yellow-gold (color-wheel opposites), even more "cool" in the sleekness of surfaces with overall warmth of effect (texture), and of course your successful mix of old with new!

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  12. You have a really beautiful home. Love all the pops of color. I especially love that musicians corner with the instruments! Thank you for sharing that with all of us!

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  13. Such a lovely cozy inviting home you have created. Just beautiful. I fell in love with the rug in the kitchen. I'm looking for something very similar to that for my kitchen. Could you please reveal your source. Thank you for sharing your lovely home.

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    1. Hi Jeanne, thank you! I bought the rug at Rugs USA for 70% off, and it is the NuLoom Barcelona rug. However, they don't seem to have it, but I did see it under a couple different names other places. Overstock calls it the NuLoom Carousel, and Wayfair calls it the NuLoom Pop Nina. It is definitely more muted in person than the product photos show, but I think you can tell that from my photos if you compare to theirs. Hope that helps! http://www.wayfair.com/nuLOOM-Pop-Nina-Area-Rug-NUHBC35A-L167-K~NLO7827.html?refid=GX50899347540-NLO7827&device=c&ptid=75695684340&gclid=CO2YwKj5lscCFdgGgQodfcIEsw

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  14. You have the most beautiful home. I love how it is nestled in the trees and all your gorgeous colors..Happy Weekend..Judy

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  15. It's always so wonderful to "tour" your fabulous home! I love all the doors you have brought from the old place. I think that is what gives your home such a unique vibe, that and all the love you have placed in every corner. Absolutely stunning!! Kathy @ Sharing Shadymont

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  16. How wonderful that you have a porch right next to that beautiful little stream! Great idea to hang the bread boards and colander on the side of the cabinets. I love the way you've used bright colors throughout your home.

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  17. Holy cow Anita!! I haven't been visiting you since you have added the Bohemian vibe. Love it!! I am originally from KY and your TN antiques with the eclectic and retro mix is just my style. I love what you have done and it is beautifully photographed! Just gorgeous all of it!

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