Sunday, June 3, 2012

~ Summer Decorating ~

Hello blog buds and friends!...I hope all is well. I wanted to share with you some pictures I took around the house the other day. I still don't have the pictures of our master bedroom redo ready to show you, not ready to call it done yet...hubs became ill a few weeks ago and all our attention has been focused on getting him well...after a colonoscopy and a ct scan, he was diagnosed with diverticulitis and placed on a couple of very strong antibiotics for two weeks...it's been a little over one week into the meds and he is starting to feel better. I will be sure to post pictures of our bedroom once it's complete. For now, here's my pics for summer:


pinkeep stitched by me, pattern by Jenny of Country Rustic Primitives
Flag on turned wooden stand was a gift from my friend Pat of Old Bittersweet Farm...the doll was a gift from my friend Karen of Olde Cottage Primitives, and the Colonial style pitcher is offered in my shoppe! 
 old stone fruit in a turned compote made by Don and Pat of Olde Bittersweet Farm...the turned bottle and candlestick were made by them as well...love!
hooked rug purchased from an antique dealer, doll was made by Jenn of Rabbit Hill Primitives
new lamp on foyer table, it's the Charleston tin lamp that is new to my shoppe!...the artificial herb spray is also offered!
the greenery is an herb called Marjoram, it's my all time favorite faux and is offered in my shoppe!
family/living room
fireplace
mantel with new candle rod made by Misi of Gable House Goodes
washstand with a bowl of yummy pinkeeps made by many different people :)
dolls made by Karen of Olde Cottage Primitives, faux Marjoram herb and scalloped wax pantry cakes are offered in my shoppe as is the Flower of Eddinburg table runner!
black stepback cupboard that hubs made a few years ago
wildflower bush is available in my shoppe as are the Colonial Greens fixins, as well as the 16oz. size of the Summer Kitchen candle...boy does that one smell GOOD!!

I hope you enjoyed my little tour...thanks so much for stopping by!

10 comments:

HomeSpunPrims said...

Janet,
I'm so sorry to hear about your hubby. I know how painful that is. Sending up prayers for continued healing.

Your pics are primitive perfection my dear! I always love seeing your seasonal decorating and can't wait to see your new bedroom redo. Thanks for inspiring us. Hugs, Lori

janet said...

Very beautiful photos of your home and hoping your husband is better soon..

Carla said...

Your home looks wonderful, as always. I always enjoy your pictures. Sorry about Hubby. Hope he's better soon!

ctlogcabin said...

Hi Janet ~~
Nice to see you Post, you have been missed.
So sorry to hear about Don's illness
hope each and every day he feels better.
Your Home looks Prim Perfect, all your
Goodies are to die for.
Big Hugs ~~ Connie xox

Robyn ♥ said...

Janet...I am drooling all over my computer over your displays!! I am LOVING the turned bottle by Pat and Don!!! Every single display is just gorgeous!!!

Robyn ♥ said...

I hope your hubby is feeling better soon!

•♦•©The Olde Weeping Cedar •♦• said...

So sorry to hear Don's been ill....hope he's feeling better soon!
Everything looks amazing! Just beautiful!
((hugs))

countrybecky said...

Hi Janet, This is my first time blogging. The pictures of your home are beautiful. Thanks for sharing. i think I'm going to change things around in my living room. Thanks for inspiring me. I don't have a prim home either, but I do decorate primitive. I love it!! Love your WWP website, and shop when I can. countrybecky

Lee Hill Primitives said...

Wonderful decor. Simply Beautiful. I always enjoyed your pictures.

Rabbit Hill Primitives said...

Oh my goodness Janet, your house looks beautiful! It's been so long since I've visited (not just you ~ everybody!). I'm back from my long summer hiatus now that Lydia is back in school. I LOVE all your summer decorating (always). I'm sure your thinking about fall now, I can't wait to see that! So good to hear from you. I hope by now your hubby is feeling much better. Sending big hugs ~ Jenn