Sunday, June 30, 2013

all the gray goodness you need


 
 
Don't miss out on one bit of gray goodness...
 
 
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It's crazy easy to transfer the blogs you follow to Bloglovin'.
Follow this link, or click the Bloglovin' link on my sidebar.
 
And thanks for following a perfect gray.
I adore you all!
 
Stay tuned for a great giveaway coming soon! 

Friday, June 28, 2013

sweet gray green bath cabinets

 source unknown
 
 
 
hope you have a great weekend!
 
donna

Thursday, June 27, 2013

me and my mirrors...

 
I know. I know.
 
I'm supposed to be looking for furniture and accessories for my husband's new
office space.
 
But what's a gal to do?
 
This antique Florentine mirror begged to come home with me.

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

we took to the woods

 
 
 

 
 
I have a real weakness for antique garden statues, old bird baths, and fountains. 
Give me something weathered, chipped, and mossy and I'm happy.
 
So when I found this shop in Greenville, SC recently, I really didn't want to leave.
 
 
 

Monday, June 24, 2013

black garden accents


in my garden


I love black accents in the garden, so I'm crazy about these huge black Chippendale style planters that I found to line the entrance into our backyard. I was lucky enough to find these at a charity auction last year. They were originally white and I gave them a quick coat of black paint, and now they look so elegant.
Here's one I found on-line for a great price:





What's next for black in the garden?
Maybe a pair of these for the terrace...  



black garden urn

Monday, June 17, 2013

the cool look of black and white floors

 


 
 
 

 
Mary McDonald
 

 
 

 

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

happy days

 
My son just graduated from high school.
I am so very proud of him.
 
 
 
And, I finally made it back to Atlanta's Scott Antique Market where I saw a few beauties like these chairs.
 
But nothing at Scott's was as beautiful as these blogger ladies I was lucky enough to meet...
 
 
*me*
 
 
Happy days indeed.