Friday, November 5, 2010

A thank you & a peek into my house...

First, I want to say a BIG thank you to Artie at Color Outside
the Lines (I *heart* Artie!) and to Maureen at the Inglenook Decor
for this AMAZING telescoping card holder that showed
up on my doorstep yesterday!

What a treat! And, best of all...
it has grandma's treasured chocolate chip recipe resting on it!

Since we've always been outdoors in my garden, I'm giving a sneak peak
into the indoor side. It's getting chilly outside, let's go in...

I love white pottery. Mainly vintage Hull when I can find it.


Ohmega Salvage in Berkeley, how I love thee!
This door used to be my headboard for my king size
bed, but now, it's a message board.

And reminder to my kids to be grateful!

I'm a painter by trade and by necessity!
This is one of my $3 garage sale finds from a few
years ago. The roses on this are amazing.
It was green and black, can you imagine?

See my sedum that I propagated and
transplanted into a tiny Hull vase?
I like to bring the outdoors in.

And, just in case you haven't heard of them.
I had the amazing opportunity to take two 14
year old girls to San Francisco a few weeks ago
for some live Fun. at the Great American Music
Hall. I hope you enjoy them on my newly updated
playlist as much as we do!

That's all you get for now.

I'll show more of "me" soon.

3 comments:

niartist said...

It's beautiful Tami! I'm so glad you're enjoying it! :)

maureen @ The Inglenook Decor said...

All so , so gorgeous Tami! White pottery...to die for & the chalkboard...awesome idea...I think we can be a great duo scouring flea markets & antique stores everywhere :) Glad u liked the telescoping holder. I just think it's so well made & a classic!

Traci said...

Tami, it all looks beautiful! I love that chalk board door, and the white pottery. I want to see more :)

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