When Debbie first asked me to to gather up some photos for a Home Tour
Feature on her blog, I was flattered…and then I laughed a hearty
laugh and realized she could be desperate for home tours.
you decide if I’m flatter-worthy…mmmkay?
The exterior, which other than planting a few flowers, I can take no credit for.
This is in my front foyer. Yep, it’s a project waiting to be
finished. I’m trying to figure out a way to get these too-small doors
to fit on this wardrobe.
Zee sofa table in zee living room. (Yes, I’ve developed a sudden
You will notice a theme…I collect kitchen items. It’s a sickness.
You see, I have French doors….hence the French accent. (cough…lame…cough)
My $3.00 end tables next to my reedonkulously expensive couch.
I inherited these chairs from my parents. They began their life as
orange and white polka-dotted wonders. Does that give you a hint of
A dry sink with a hand pump in my living room? Why, yes…isn’t this
how you get your water?
Why have I headed back toward the front door? I don’t know. I guess
I wanted to show you my moonshine whiskey storage. Yeehaw!
Zee dining room. Well, hey, aren’t those French chairs?
Somebody straighten out that table runner, please.
More of my obsession.
I don’t really dig those lights or the hardware, but I do live incopper country, soooo…I may be shot if I change it.
A peek into the master bedroom. Ooo lala…ala Target! (The bedding
and rugs, anyway.)
I have no grandchildren, so I had to make my own. She’s very well behaved.
This whole bedroom suite belonged to my parents. It was dark pine
with Early American brass pulls. I was so skeered to paint it, but
dove in any way.
My framed art secret: hair nets!
Please focus your eyes on the wedding dress that once belong to my
husband’s grandmother and ignore the spot I missed painting on the
I gave that picture to my husband one anniversary. We’re romantic like that.
Another use for radiators…shelving.
Another art secret: framed sheet music.
Well, if you aren’t asleep by now, you might want to check out a few
of the other rooms that I’ve posted on my blog:
Desperate I am not JEAN, FLattered I sure am! WOWZA, this was fantastic. I thank you so much for having us over today.
Don’t know Jean from the Backyard bungalow?
Head on over now and say HI!~
Nah, you could never be desperate, Debbie! Thanks so much for the invite and for having me over! Loved it!
Be still my heart…what an adorable home.
It’s warm, it’s welcoming, it’s got style…I love it! I am completely inspired by the radiator tops…there is no shortage of them in this house. Thanks Jean & Debbie!
I really enjoyed her witty comments!!!! It made the tour so much fun. Her home is full of wonderul colletions. I really like her white sofa and chairs against the black and white rug in her family room. I will have to go check out her blog. Her fun personality really comes through on this tour! Thanks for sharing her home with us. I love bungalows.
Pam @ diy Design Fanatic
I love Jean’s bungalow and I’m so jealous of her grand front porch! She has filled her home with so many wonderful vintage treasures!
I love it… That porch had me at Hello!
I LOVE that style of house! And I love all her vintage collections! Everything fits the home so beautifully!
Not only was that house so incredible but she is hilarious! I enjoyed her writing as much as her photos! 🙂 I absolutely love all of her treasures and just how charming that home is. So glad you shared this one with us Debbie!
I love her already, she’s funny so I’m going over to meet her.
Love to see all the different styles of decorating through these home tours Deb! Loved it. So charming!!!
Charming home filled with so much personality. Thanks for sharing it.
I so love Bungalow style homes! Jean’s has so much personality packed into this petite space. Thanks for sharing! -K
I love bungalows too. Yours is too cute. I also have a collection of kitchen gadgets, on a much smaller scale. And keep that romance alive – good for you two!
Man O Man! Your house is FULL of cool stuff. I need to go look again… :))))
what a beautiful home and what a great sense of humor!!
I had doors that didn’t fit my cupboard a few years back, I hung mine with equal space at top and bottom, thats the only advice I would have on that, I LOVE that breakfast nook, I want one!!!
i love bungalows they are my fav you have such great collections i like how you displayed the rolling pins . i so enjoyed your witty humer thank you for letting Debbie post your charming home:)
So cute. I love this post. Entertaining and fun.
I’m in love with that china cabinet! The vintage prints on the wall are beautiful, too!
The Polka Dot Closet
Fabulously fun house, so much to look at…I still can’t find the spot she missed painting on the hutch….
I am one who loves the bungalow style, and hers is just full of creativity. My favorite room is the master bedroom. I love the blue and white with painted pine.
Wow! That was a treat! I enjoyed seeing all her collectibles. Her style is wonderful and I love that her whole house definitely has her own mark on it. Beautifully done!
I love all the personal touches in your home, I especially love all the kitchen stuff! I have that same weakness!!! Your home is lovely and I enjoyed my tour!
Debbie……this home is amazing! Jean is one of my favorite bloggers! She is so sweet and really, really talented!
Have a great weekend!
What a gorgeous home. I love every one of her beautiful treasures!
Just love the bungalow style of the home….I just loved seeing the many wonderful collections throughout the house….What a beautiful home with such warmth and character…Great feature Debbie!