Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Feminine Reprieve



















A few things in a guest room at the lake house....this used to be Kate's room and has a feminine look with vintage children's items about....as opposed to the rustic and nature themes carried throughout the rest of the camp....
Hope your week is going well....

28 comments:

Allidink said...

Oh I love those vintage things! Those pictures are nice.

All the best,
Allison

With Loving Stitches said...

I love everything about this particular post. You just feel those days... it touches your senses.

KaReN EiLeeN said...

Love all of your photos. they could be a postcard collection they are so pretty.
Karen Eileen

Mélanie said...

Love every single treasure on this post! I almost have the same little party bag and I use it , J'adore

pysseltanten said...

Beautyful pictures...=))
Looove the old purse/bag...

The sun is shining here in Sweden, and it´s hot...!
We´re going to the beach in a little while =)
Have a wonderful day!
Huuugs Git

Lisa said...

I love all these things...is that an Irish crochet bag at the end? So exquisite!

cheryl kuhn said...

I am so in love with that shelf, it is stunning!

Chrissy said...

OH..I love that old piece of trim work, it so ornate!! O.k so now I have my inspiration for the day,thanks!! Chrissy

Annie said...

This is a lovely post with wonderful feminine nostalgia. Lovely photos too.

jade said...

Oh Laura, what loveley treasures in your guestroom!!!!! Everything is soo beautiful!!! Thank you soo much for sharing!!!!! These shoes......and the sweet pictures.........love it!!!

Have a wonderful time, Hugs Jade (here it is very hot today)

Me said...

wauw I just love vintage!
beautiful pictures
Your iron bag is gorgious..is it iron?
gr. Anna

Les Cotrions said...

I like your feminine details! I've a similar bag...it belonged to my great grand-mother! A nice memory!
Have a great day!
vale

Anne Marie said...

what time should I be there? ;)

lia said...

Ohhhh, how sweet those little shoes. And those children pictures are also beautiful.

I love it.
Greets Lia

Livs Lyst said...

Helo Laura!

You are showing us so many nice details. Always! And I understand that you are a real collector ;O)

Do you have a house by a lake??? I realy want to know more about it. Maybe you have showed us pictures of it. Have you? I realy want to see!!!!

Hug from me :O)

vintagesue said...

a beautiful post. thanks for sharing.....

Lisa said...

Very beautiful!! I love all your treasures!
Hugs, Lisa

vickie said...

Your photos are wonderful! What a beautiful wedding. Have a great July 4th!

Rosemary said...

My week goes better when I visit your blog, and see the pretty photos!
Rosemary

Carole~Maynard Greenhouse said...

I think you could take any room and make it special. You and Paula have that knack.
I think the weather will be great this weekend. We had a sunny day here. Kind of steamy though...but that's Summer!!!
Hugs and Happy 4th.
Carole

Celticlass said...

What awesome treasures. Happy 4th of July. Blessings, Erin

tales from an oc cottage said...

That set of cupid pictures is awesome!!

m ^..^

English style said...

what a lovely shoes !! i also have a lot of these beautiful shoes !!
I also love the other vintage things !!
Have a nice and sunny weekend !
Greets Yvon

Brenda said...

You always have the best eye candy!
Brenda

Jacqueline said...

What beautiful pictures, It is all exquisite.Also, I have the french enamel set of Tea, Coffee, sugar canisters. I love it all. Will be visiting often. XXXX

Paula said...

Dear Laura,

Thank you for sharing these gorgeous photos! I love all of the pretty things you shared, such lovely vignettes! You have a great eye and I am always inspired by you!

Love, Paula

Minna said...

Hi, gorgeous pictures. I have same kind of shoes that you have...those black victorian shoes. They came from New York. I collect old babyshoes. Minna

Jen from windy ridge said...

OH! Love that old pediment with the hooks!