“The Houses of Veranda”—they promise to be wonderful!
Set your table with Juliska’s Country Estate—charcoal and ivory
Another for your collection—a pommegranate plate by Eva Gordon. Call Boxwoods Gardens and Gifts (404) 233-3400
Ease into a Charlotte Wing Chair at Bungalow Classic
Throw down a rug from the “Something’s Gotta Give” beach house—Aspen Carpet Designs
Check it out—Kathryn M. Ireland’s timeless fabric for your favorite chair!
Sip your tea while seated in this authentic French Bistro Chair—the Marly by TK Collections
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Category Archives: Painted floors
ainting the kitchen floors on lissyparker.com. Click on over and check it out. xo♥, Lissy
abinet instillation has taken place in Cashiers! I am posting a quick update on the kitchen beautification taking place at Figgy Cottage this week. Big changes and installations are happening as I type. Countertops are being measured tomorrow and a … Continue reading
aint, paint and more paint—I said it before and I’ll say it again: I love a beautiful, painted floor. I found this floor in Cashiers, North Carolina, at the Cashiers Decorator Show House. The large diagonal stripes are charcoal gray … Continue reading
hese beautiful painted floors are Magnificent! They are an amazing mix of organic and geometric design. I have to admit that I am partial to anything with acorns and oak leaves, so this floor design simply makes me swoon. This … Continue reading
magine seeing this Swedish stove as you enter the foyer of this lovely home—almost like sunshine in bottle. This stove is only visible after you enter the house—creating a sense of Drama. The rich yellow and white color combination draws … Continue reading
he first painted floor I ever loved was in Mary McDonald’s kitchen. It was painted with brown and creme stripes that varied in size. I love this red one—how fun would it be to cook here!