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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Our House

I finally got my tufted ottoman photographed this morning and I photographed our porch decorated for Thanksgiving as well. I don't have any of those photos edited or ready to go yet but I will show you a little sneak peek of the ottoman:

And here's a little peek of our Pilgrim Boy Vinyl Cutouts.  We just listed them in our shop! The fun thing about the vinyl is that it can add a nice season touch to dishes you already own. I've even put mine through the dishwasher and been able to use them over and over but then when I want to get rid of them or change them out I just peel them off!


And we have Pilgrim Girls too!

And we also have cardstock cutouts too of both the boy and girl in two sizes. There are so many different uses for the cutouts!



The main purpose of this post though is to share with all of you about the different pages here on our blog. About a year to a year and a half ago we decided to add pages which can be seen right below the header (Blog Home, Shop, Tutorials, Our Home, Parties, Featured In, Advertising, and FAQ's). Due to the amount of e-mails we receive it can take us a while to get back to people. (Actually, Jason would probably be insulted at that - he usually gets back to e-mails within 24 hours but ones he can't answer tend to take me a little while). Many of the answers to the questions we get can be found right under one of these tabs. The vast majority can be found under the "Our House" section so I thought I would share that page here in a post today:

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Sofa - Lee Industries
Lamp - Aiden Gray
Slipcovered Ottoman - See Our Tutorial
Mirrored Chest - Haynes Furniture
Mirror Above Fireplace - Restoration Hardware
Stenciled Pail - White Home Collection (Wilton, NH)
Pillows - Dear Lillie
Basket On Ottoman - Savvy (Williamsburg, VA)
Mantel - Consignment Shop and beadboard put in behind it
Silver Urns - Seasons (Williamsburg, VA)
Draperies - JCPenney
Wall Color - Was here when we moved in (Similar to Cream Fleece by Benjamin Moore)


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Table - Made By Us (See Tutorial)
Bench - Made By Us (See Tutorial)
End Chairs - T.J. Maxx
Side Chairs with Script Fabric - T. J. Maxx
Gray Side Chairs - Consignment shop
Runner - Made By Us (Coming Soon to Dear Lillie)
Sideboard - Antique Mall (Camden, SC)
Chandelier - Savvy (Williamsburg, VA)
Mirror - Restoration Hardware
Miniature Glass Domes - Pottery Barn
Moss Letters - Made By Us (See Tutorial)
Bird's Nest Wreath - Click Here for Further Details
Wallpaper - Ordered from American Blinds, but can't remember name
Three-Tiered Stand - Collection at Laurel and Grove (Peterborough, NH)
Wall Color - Ashley Gray by Benjamin Moore

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Wooden Pedestal with Domes - Pottery Barn
Buffalo Check Runner - IKEA
Houndstooth Runner - Home Decorators Collection
Picture Banner - Made By Us (See Tutorial)
Hanging Baskets and Buckets - IKEA
Basket Below Hanging Basket - Target
Bar Stools - JC Penney
Cabinet Color - Ballet White by Benjamin Moore
Draperies - JCPenney's
Wall Color - Ashley Gray by Benjamin Moore

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Sofa - Pier One
Coffee Table - Pottery Barn (Clearance Floor Model Stripped and Repainted, See Tutorial)
Side Table - Pottery Barn (Clearance Floor Model Stripped and Repainted, See Tutorial)
Computer Armoire - Office Depot (Painted, See Tutorial)
Toile Chair - $35 find and recovered with fabric from Joann's
Pillows - Dear Lillie
Zebra Nailhead Ottoman - Target
Rug - Pottery Barn
Chandelier - Lighting Store in Florence, SC
Chalkboard - Made By Us (See Tutorial)
Mirror between Chairs - Pottery Barn
Wing Back Chairs - Lee Industries
Painted Sign - White Home Collection (Wilton, NH)
Wall Color - Was Here When We Moved In (Similar to Cream Fleece by Benjamin Moore)

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Daybed - Made from two headboards, found at Antique Shop (Sumter, SC)
Pillows - Dear Lillie
Tablecloth and Pitcher - Target
Blue Plates - Target
White Plates - Pier One (With Added Silhouette)
Oversized Moss Letter - Made By Us (See Tutorial)
Chairs - Antique Mall (Camden, SC)
Armoire - Penelope's (Keene, NH)
Placemats - Target
Runner - IKEA
Little Branch Bench - Gift
Chocolate Mugs - L.A. Burdick (Walpole, NH)
Siding Color - Was Here When We Moved In

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Bedding - Mix of Things From Target, JC Penney, and Kohls
Headboard - Hayneedle.com
Draperies - IKEA Ritva Panels with Painted Stripes (See Tutorial)
Headboard - Skyline Furniture (Similar One Can Be Found at Hayneedle and Other Places)
Side Table - Pier One
Ruffled Lamp Shade - Made By Us (See Tutorial)
Wall Color - Kendall Charcoal by Benjamin Moore

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Mirror - Antique Mall - Williamsburg, VA
Jewelry Holder - see Tutorial Here
Towels - Target
Silver Tray - Pottery Barn
White Pitcher - Target
Cabinet Color - Ballet White by Benjamin Moore
Wall Color - Stormy Monday by Benjamin Moore

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Headboards - Simply Shabby Chic at Target
Bedding - Pine Cone Hill
Pillows - Dear Lillie
Chandelier - Restoration Hardware Baby and Child
Kitchen Set - Target
Little Desk and Chair - White Home Collection (Wilton, NH)
Dress Form - Ebay
Scarf - Dear Lillie
Hanging Branch - Made By Us (See Tutorial)
Silver Chest - TJMaxx
Gray Velvet Boots - Joyfolie
Mirror - Pottery Barn
Ruffled Lampshade - Made By Us (See Tutorial)
Wall Color - London Fog by Benjamin Moore

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Ruffled Lamp Shade - Made By Us (See Tutorial)
Crib - Katie Mac (Florance, SC)
Bedding - Dear Lillie
Pillows - Dear Lillie
Dresser - Simply Shabby Chic at Target
Hanging Branch - Made By Us (See Tutorial)
Bassinet - Craiglist, but Originally Pottery Barn
Wall Color - Alexandria Beige by Benjamin Moore

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Bedding - Pine Cone Hill and Simply Shabby Chic at Target
Flower Pillow - Dear Lillie
Silver Chest - TJMaxx
Bedroom Mirror - Pottery Barn
Cornices - Shelves From Hobby Lobby Turned Into Cornices
Bathroom Mirror - Antique Mall (Williamsburg, VA)
Loo Sign - Hobby Lobby
Wall Paper - American Blinds Norwal Stripes and Damasks Book, but not sure of the color
Wall Color - Pebble Beach by Benjamin Moore

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Crib - Katie Mac (Florance, SC)
Window Seat - Made By Us (See Tutorial)
Chandelier - Restoration Hardware Baby and Child
Wall Color - Melted Ice Cream by Benjamin Moore


And that's it for that page. Be sure to check out our other pages for links to all of our tutorials and parties and other things like that.

I hope you all are having a wonderful week!

11 comments:

  1. Jen,

    First off that tuffted ottoman is GREAT - can't wait to see it very "up close and personal!"

    Also your pilgrim children cut-outs are awesome and are going to be huge hits for sure.

    Also I love those "pages," talk about super duper helpful!

    Stop in for a cuppa tea with me at the nest today if you get the chance, your sweet smiling face is always a welcome for a wearied heart to cheer her.

    Hugs.

    M.

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  2. Thank you so much for your post of your beautiful home and the awesome information. I LOVE the way you put everything together!!! Your home is just beautiful, and you are a great inspiration to all of us!!!! Have a great day!!
    bb

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  3. OH.MY.GOODNESS. Your HOME!!!! Wow! I haven't been a follower long enough to have seen all of these amazingly gorgeous rooms! Each and every space is just stunning. And your baby girls?! Oh my ... perfect little cherubs!

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  4. Great post!! Thanks for breaking it down! You make me happy!

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  5. Jen-- you are so generous to share all of these details with us! Thank you! I keep meaning to ask: whatever happened with your decision to sell your house? Are you guys still moving?

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    1. Thank you! We never ended up "officially" putting it on the market. We mentioned it on the blog and attempted to try to sell it on our own without a realtor but never put much effort into it. It was such a hectic summer. We plan on really giving it a go once this basketball season is over!

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  6. Jenni...you are so inspiring...I know I say this all the time and I'm sorry if I sound like a broken record...I finally got the Christmas ideas magazine...and looooveed seeing you and the girls in there.....so deserving ! I hope you are having a great week...xo
    Lu

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  7. That was a perfect, organized, visually awesome, informational blogpost! i love the way you did the little pictures in groupings with all the information below. Awesome! I think at some point i have bugged you about paint colors in your house! You sure know how to take some TJ Maxx chairs and make them look like a million bucks. And... that first photo with the peak of the ottoman is gorgeous! Can't wait to see!

    Cindy

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  8. Beautiful home, thanks for sharing. Did you paint your own cabinets? If so can you please explain how you did it.

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  9. I love seeing that you have purchased many items in your home from Antique shops in small towns in South Carolina! Antique shopping in Camden is one of my favorite things to do with my mom :) What a small world! I'm from a small town outside of Camden-I now live in Greenville, SC and if you ever get a chance to visit upstate SC, we have great antique and consignment stores!

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    1. We lived in Florence for two years so I LOVED visiting Camden. Greenville is so beautiful. You must love living there!

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