Thursday, July 16, 2009

Come on inside...

I don't bring you inside the little farm very often. Frankly, as I've mentioned before, it's because my photography skills are less than stellar with the limited light. We sit in the shade of two very, very large trees all day long.

But come on inside for a visit today. Here is our guestroom, or rather one little corner of it. Everything you see has been given to me, thrifted or bought at yardsales. Everything.

It's just a little peak but I hope you enjoy. I promise to work inside a little bit more- to capture moments inside our wonderful little home.

Please also know that I am away for a few days. I owe all of you visits and I promise to stop by soon. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for stopping by each day or for following this little blog. Thank you.

19 comments:

Farmchick said...

Love your guest room...just too cute!

Dawn Gahan said...

I think this is some of your prettiest photography! And the subject matter . . . you definitely need to give us more glimpses of your home. This is charming beyond words.

Loving "this little blog,"

Dawn

Kim's Treasures said...

OOOOOOHHHHH!!! Love it Kim!!!! So many treasures!!!!

Enjoy your time away!!!

Hugs!
Kim

Dawn said...

What fun stuff. Love all the colors! You did just fine with the photos.
Dawn

ST. MICHAEL'S WIFE said...

I think your photog skills are just fine, sista! And all of those precious goodies! Oooooo! Please, please, please, show us more! (I know we're all dying to see lots more now that you've "peaked" our interest!)

Grins!
Pamm

Songbirdtiff said...

Your room is charming!

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Your guest room is adorable and the photos are just gorgeous! Love all of the color and textures for the eye to take in and enjoy.

Thank you for sharing!

x
Becky

The Blue Ridge Gal said...

What a great paint color on the dresser!

Di
The Blue RIdge Gal

Living on the Spit said...

LOVE the photo views of the guest room. I need to be there to escape the catastrophe from today. The cat started a fire...but there were cute firemen involved...that made it better.

Small House said...

I've just loved catching up on your blog from the past week or so. LOVE IT!!!! What a fun guest room to stay in.

Loved all your other posts also.
Just love your blog.
Sandra

Heidi Ann said...

I totally love it, and I wish I knew you so I could come and stay over!

GeorgiaPeachez said...

What a sweet little guest room! Check out picnik.com, a free photo editing website. I use it on all my pictures. You can easily brighten up your indoor shots. Works like a charm.
xo, suzy

Denise said...

Hi Bella, surfing around and came across your sweet blog from another link... just had to say how lovely it is and lovely to meet you too. We are harvesting a ton of cucumbers too and lots of other fun stuff, this is our first successful year at growing our own produce.
Congrats on your 2nd anniversary, I hope to come visit again often (if that's ok).
Hugs
Denise

Cindy at PlantSomeRoots said...

Just found your delightful blog. Love the room. I'm in a green phase also (paint that is)! Hope to stop by again real soon. Blessings!

Suzanne said...

Oh that's so cute!! Omigosh, It's wonderful. Your photography skills are great.

You're not going to believe this. I have that exact same square green box. It's metal and it belonged to my grandmother. I think it originally contained candy but when it came to live at my house it held her hairpins and hair nets.

What a wonderful little guest room you have.

- Suzanne

Empty Nest Full Life said...

Beautiful room, and your photography is great. I struggle with my photography,and it would help to learn more about my camera. Love the setting, please let us see more. Jackie

Serendipitous Girl said...

Hope your event went well!!

Brenda said...

What a beautiful little peek into your home, Kim! I so enjoy seeing the indoor personality of a person. Although it's usually much like their outdoor one! It's just like I thought it would be. Little vintage touches of beauty.
Brenda

traci said...

cute, cute, cute. i love the little greenish dresser. i want it!!