Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Monday, October 28, 2019

Three fall mantels at the Boarding House

I wanted to share the mantels I designed at Balsam Mountain Preserve as these will work well right on into Thanksgiving. 

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Fall at the Boarding House

I wanted to share what I did outside the Boarding House at Balsam Mountain Preserve before October is over!


Monday, October 21, 2019

Fall dining and music room

It seemed like fall would never arrive here in the N.C. mountains, but finally we have some cool weather, frost and changing leaves!! Give me all the fall y'all😊

I love for the inside of my home to be warm and welcoming for my family and to also reflect the beauty outside, so I always add some candles, texture and fall foliage to bring that autumn feeling in.

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Cottages and Bungalows Holiday Decor 2019 magazine...

I'm so excited to have eight pages of my photography and styling featured in the Cottages and Bungalows special issue, Holiday Décor!

Monday, October 14, 2019

Mountain farmhouse fall steps

It finally feels like fall here in the North Carolina mountains, and I'm quite sure there is no one on the earth more excited about that than I am!! 

Saturday, October 5, 2019

The Duncan Phyfe

If you follow me on facebook, or at whispering.pines.homestead on instagram, then you'll know all about my sofa saga. Once I figured out the rescue couch needed to go to my mother's in order to have space for my mantel, I knew I needed a replacement. I wanted an antique, preferably Duncan Phyfe, or something similar -- and in the $200 range. Ha. Right? I had found on facebook marketplace an amazing red velvet Empire Victorian sofa near Clemson, S.C., but the owner waited for days to return my emails, texts and messages and in the meantime, sold it days after I contacted her.

But that was all meant to be. 

Because I found this one💝

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

DIY Victorian mantel

I have been wanting another mantel for my living room for a while, but couldn't figure out where to put one. Well, not one to give up, and after a lot of thought, I did some furniture reshuffling with my mom, a facebook marketplace purchase, and finally got the space I wanted for a mantel.

But I didn't have a mantel! Well, again not to be deterred by a silly limitation like that, I went to the little house and pulled out some wood from the old house and voila, Victorian mantel.