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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

The Grand Plaza Print

Now that we are done with most of the major work in making over our house it's fun getting to add some of the finishing decorating details. We fell in love with this beautiful Grand Plaza print from Arhaus. It's a large scale reproduction of a 19th century etching that shows a European plaza and was originally created by James McNeill Whistler. It has a beautiful tint to it that gives it an antique feel and makes it look just like an original etching.

Along with this print they have a coordinating one that depicts another similar scene.

We have it in our master bedroom now and I love how it looks in there but we recently painted the den downstairs and I think once we finish getting some furniture back in there we may possibly move this in there because I love how it looks against the dark chocolate walls we just painted. For now though, I love how it looks above our dresser.

I hope you all have a fabulous Tuesday!

* Grand plaza print provided by Arhaus. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

And here is a detailed source list (not everything listed is shown in above photos):

Wallcolor - Moonshine by Benjamin Moore in Matte
Trim - Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Semi-gloss
Nightstand - Made over from a Tarva dresser from IKEA (you can read all of the details here)
Lamps - HomeGoods
Bed - Ballard Designs - fabric 10 oz linen natural
Euro Shams and Duvet - Ballard Designs
Pom Pom Shams - Ballard Designs
Little pillow in front - IKEA 
Rug - Pottery Barn (about 8 years ago)
Three Ring Chest - Soft Surroundings
Grand Plaza Framed Print - Arhuas 
Drapery Panels - IKEA Ritva Panels
Drapery Rods - Lowe's 
Roman Shades - Lowe's - Jakarta in Pecan (I think they are now discontinued)
Lamp - the base was from Hobby Lobby I think about 8 years ago and the shade is from Target
You Make My Heart Sing Sign - Dear Lillie
Tray - HomeGoods
Vase - JoAnn Fabric's several years ago
Flowers - Trader Joe's
Picture Frame - a gift about 6 or 7 years ago
Framed Antique Sheet Music - gift from my mother-in-law
Chair - was my great uncles and got passed down to my parents and then down to us about eight years ago
Ottoman - Target (about 5 or 6 years ago)
Gold Oval Frame - have had for years
H - gift

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Happy Sunday

I don't have any new projects to share today, although I have been working on two different gallery walls - one in our den and one going up our stairs (finally!) and have a few other projects I've started like finishing up the laundry room but seeing how none of those are finished yet I thought I would just share a few pictures today of some pretty cherry blossom branches I clipped and added to the dining room.

Source List 

Wall Color - Kendall Charcoal by Benjamin Moore in Matte Finish
Trim Color - Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Semi-gloss Finish
Door Color - Mopboard Black by Benjamin Moore in Semi-gloss Finish
Beadboard Wallpaper - Allen and Roth from Lowe's
Chandelier - Savvy in Williamsburg, VA
Farmhouse Table - I made it using this plan from Ana White's site. Stained with Rustoleum's Weathered Gray and Minwax's Provincial
End Chairs and Side Chairs - World Market
Tufted Bench - Home Goods
Side Chairs next to Sideboard - Joss and Main
Mirror - Restoration Hardware (six or seven years ago but I think they still sell it)
Lamps - HomeGoods
Horse - Joss and Main
Drapery Panels - IKEA Ritva Panels 
Drapery Rods - Lowe's
Sideboard - The Velvet Shoestring (consignment shop - then painted with AS's French Linen chalk paint)
Bucket on Table - Antique Farmhouse
Runner - World Market
Cherry Blossom Branches - Picked from outside
Clock - Joss and Main

I hope you all have a fabulous week!

Friday, April 24, 2015

Lemonade on Our Spring Porch

The warmer weather is finally here and we've been able to eat outside again! I love being able to eat on the porch whether it's just us as a family or when we have a whole group of people over. In the winter when we have large groups over for dinner we tend to keep all of the waters and sodas and stuff to drink in our kitchen set out on the peninsula but that can make things pretty crowded. It frees up so much more space when we can set the drinks up outside and leave the porch doors open to the kitchen. We got some fun accessories this year from HomeGoods to help freshen up the space. We added a table runner with blue stripes and some navy pillows with some rope detail. And then we got some new trays, an ice container and some big buckets that we filled with ice to help keep the soda cold. 

We put lemonade and some sodas out on this table and then over on another table (not pictured) we had some other kinds of soda and waters. I played around with using our new Arhaus chairs out here on the porch (which is why they are in a couple of the pictures) and loved how they looked but ultimately ended up keeping them in the kitchen.

Source List:

Farmhouse Table - we built it, (you can read more about it here)

White Dining Chairs on far side of table- Antique Mall in South Carolina 8 years ago
Rattan End Chairs - IKEA

Metal Chairs - Arhuas
Metal Stools with Wood Tops - Target
Navy Pillows - HomeGoods
Table Runner - HomeGoods
Lemonade Tray, Ice Bucket and Cups - HomeGoods
Big Metal Tubs - HomeGoods
Lemonade Dispenser - Pottery Barn 
Tiered Stand and Wooden Buckets - Mothology

Dishes - Pottery Bar, The Emma Collection (wedding gifts 8 1/2 years ago) and a few from Pier 1
Antique Wicker Covered Demijohn - antique shop in NH years agoDogwood Branches - from yard
Porch Door Color - Mopboard Black in semigloss by Benjamin MooreLights - Target
Hat on chair - Joyfolie

I hope you all have a fabulous weekend!   

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Happy Wednesday!

I'm still going through pictures of our porch and haven't finished the post but wanted to say a quick Happy Wednesday! I'll be back tomorrow or Friday with the full post and a detailed source list.

Have a fabulous day!

Friday, April 17, 2015

French Bistro Chairs in our Kitchen

When we posted some pictures earlier this week of the flowers on the table we got quite a few questions about our new chairs. I am so excited about them. I have eyed this style chair for a while now but the ones I had seen were always kind of lightweight and the backs were often pretty low and I knew neither of those elements would be ideal for us seeing how we regularly have people over and a lot of our guests are quite tall. A month or so ago we were contacted by Arhaus about working together with them on a few posts. I was thrilled. They are one of my favorite stores. I love walking around and admiring all of their gorgeous furniture, lighting and accessories. I love the somewhat dark, masculine feel that the stores have yet the pieces often still have a very elegant feel to them. I was thrilled when I  spotted these chairs. They had the look I was going for but the backs were higher and they have added weight to the bottom to they feel like they have substance and don't feel too lightweight. I especially love the vintage look and finish of the gray color. They are designed after a 1930's French Bistro chair which was fun because the girls are pretty fascinated with all things Paris lately.

Honestly, the only problem with the chairs is that I like them so much I want to use them on the porch too. Haha! I tried them out their one evening but then missed them too much inside so I ended up moving them back in, although I did love them out on the porch too! I should have more images of this space next week.

I hope you all have a fabulous weekend!

The chairs were provided by Arhaus. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

Source List:

Fireplace and Kitchen Cabinet Color - Winter's Gate in Semi-Gloss by Benjamin Moore
Wall Color- Horizon in Eggshell by Benjamin Moore
Trim Color - Simply White in Semi-Gloss by Benjamin Moore
Door Color - Mopboard Black in Semi-Gloss by Benjamin Moore
Sectional - Karlstad from IKEA
Pillows on Sofa - HomeGoods
Slipcovered Wingback Chairs by Fireplace - Savvy Home and Garden
Striped Pillows - made by my mom
Blanket on Chair - HomeGoods
Pom Pom Blanket on Sofa - Soft Surroundings
Lamp - Joss and Main
Script Chairs - TJMaxx
Painted French Cabinet - makeover here
TV Console - Antique shop in Camden, SC about 8 years ago
Frames above chairs - tutorial here 
Drapery Panels - IKEA Ritva Panels
Drapery Rods - Lowe's 
Sconces - RH Baby and Child
Painting above Fireplace - HomeGoods
Blue Bottles on Fireplace - TJMaxx
Aqua Colored Pitcher - Joss and Main
Antlers - World Market 
Coffee Table - Pottery Barn about 8 years ago has since been stripped and restained and painted with French Linen - Annie Sloan
Basket on Top of Coffee Table - Savvy Home and Garden
Rocking Horse - gift from my mom (from RH Baby and Child)
Painted French Cabinet - makeover here
Flush Mount - Lowe's
All appliances are Whirlpool and were purchased at Lowe's during their Memorial Day Sale
Hood - Custom Built
Farmhouse Sink - Signature Hardware
Faucet - Wayfair
Backsplash - purchased from McKenzie Restoration (but just basic white subway tile that can be purchased pretty much anywhere) 
Counters - Honed Carrara Marble
Hardware - Home Depot (think they were by Martha Stewart) 
Bar Height Stools - World Market
Mug Holder - World Market
Menu Chalkboard - Dear Lillie 
Pendants - Birch Lane
Circular Mirror - gift from my sister, Dana (from Antique Farmhouse)
Metal Baskets - Joss and Main
Canisters - wedding gift - Williams-Sonoma
Blue Demijohn Bottle on Table - Decor Steals, branches are picked from outside
Table - Pier 1 years ago and has since been painted in French Linen from Lady Butterbug
French Bistro Dining Chairs -Arhaus
Slipcovered Dining Chairs - IKEA
Oversized Chalkboard - made by me, you can read more about it here
X Sideboard - made by me, you can read more about it here
Cereal Containers - World Market
Glass Jars - Some from HomeGoods and some from World Market
Wire Baskets - HomeGoods
Bottle Caddy - HomeGoods
Bottles - Mineral Water from Fresh Market 
Oversized Mason Jar - World Market
Crackle Bucket/Planter - Birch Lane
Painted French Cabinet - makeover here
Striped Roman Shade in Window above Sink - made by me, you can read more about it here.

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