Stencils in the dining room.
I made drapes for the Humble Bungalow dining room using this fabric by Sanderson.
There is a lot of dark wood featured in our tiny bungalow...
it's old growth Douglas Fir.
We use this china cabinet to hold our crystal glasses.
Bradbury and Bradbury period arts and crafts paper in the living room.
Repeated in the wee hall with the border
between the den, the bathroom, our bedroom and the dining room.
In the entry hall space that opens up to the living and dining rooms.
We opted for the border in the den.
The kitchen has the same border treatment as the den because they open up to each other.
There are wood cabinets in the kitchen in the same style that mimic the built ins in the dining and living rooms.
The living room of The Humble Bungalow.
Hope you've enjoyed this wee tour...
I needed to sit for a bit, and writing this post helped me rest up after a busy day of gardening.
I think I'll brew a pot of Mariage Freres tea that I purchased in Paris and sit on the couch and watch an episode of the Real Housewives of Melbourne.
My future Son In Law showed us how to record them and this show has become my latest "guilty pleasure!"