Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Pomegranate French Flea Market this Saturday!
I am furiously getting ready for another flea market. This one is located in Bend, OR. My mother and I have created some new french inspired signs, books and ephemera. Not to mention all of the other home decor with a vintage feel that will be available for sale. If you live in the Bend area please be sure to come and visit. Get directions at Pomegranate Home.
Posted by HillHouse at 8:43 AM
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
My husband and I are getting new living furniture delivered this weekend, we are so excited. Sadly it won't be this living room ensemble, but it will be a great excuse to change things up and maybe even buy some more new pieces.
I absolutely love the boat deck feel of these chairs
I never get tired of linen, my new chairs will be made of it.
I still love the mix of industrial chic with soft neutral fabrics
(pics via tumblr)
I hope you are having a wonderful day, whatever it brings.
Posted by HillHouse at 7:34 AM
Monday, August 8, 2011
I just had to share a picture of a new to me (vintage) furniture piece that I just purchased from my good friend Mindy at Pretty In Paint. I had been waiting a while for just the right piece to replace the more modern hutch I had, and this was it.
I was going to stay with all cream furniture in this room, but when I saw this in grey, I decided to throw caution to the wind and go for it. I'll show you pics of the whole room, as soon as I find the finishing touches that pull the whole look together.
Posted by HillHouse at 8:29 AM
Friday, August 5, 2011
My husband and I have been traveling non-stop this year, so I have not been blogging as much as I would like. It is always amazing to me how the time flies bye.
As the sun rises early this morning
I think today will be a great day for sipping lemonade
out in my sun room (oh wait! I don't have a sun room)
out on my porch (doesn't quite sound as grand) with a good book in hand
Take time for the little things that matter, and make this day special in some way.
Posted by HillHouse at 6:38 AM