Last week I wrote a post I titled 'Being Real'. In that post I shared how my desk looked. And then I shared My Christmas Desk.
You can see the 'Real' post here. You can see the Christmas post
Today I am sharing a few photo's of my house.
I called this post 'Being Real' because my photo's aren't fancy.
They are just plain 'ole pics with no cropping and nothing fancy.
I'm being real.
Enjoy the tour.
A glimpse of my hutch and table. I took this photo because I was wanting to highlight the table runner. It is meant for a swap.
Here's a close up of the table runner before I send it off! . . .
I love the red plaid.
It is merely a piece of fabric laid on the table.
It speaks Christmas to me.
And a close up of the hutch featuring one of my favorite things.
A couple of years ago I started a collection of Christmas trees.
The Cowboy brought this one home from a resale store!
We are getting more 'real' here. Sharing a pic that isn't very good.
I wanted to show you the tree that started my collection . . .
Just a little glimpse. It deserves a complete post. And maybe
one day I will do that.
The tree on the far left my DIL made a few years ago. It is filled with handmade ornaments each representing something I love.
In the middle is a tree that The Cowboy made himself. The tree he found at Hobby Lobby. He loved the camo. I loved the burlap.
He added the fish hooks.
Behind the Cowboy tree is just a simple tree with lights. Nothing special.
Here's a closer up of the tree my DIL made. You can see a snowman, a dog bone, lower left is felt Yellow Roses (for Texas).
It is a special tree!
There is a big window in this tiny breakfast nook. On the left of the window is a small space where the Cowboy hung a shelf and put and I put a rustic cabinet underneath.
I have a new treasure that I am displaying on the shelf . . .
I took this photo before I was finished with the Christmas decor.
I had just begun. I love the platter that I have displayed on an
easel. The easel was purchased last year for cents at a resale store that had a 90 percent off sale.
The platter was a dumpster find. Sort of. I ran into a man putting things into the dumpster. He had some items for donation he gave them to me. He was fine with me keeping a few and then delivering to the resale shop the items I didn't want.
Behind the platter you can see my ice trees. I bought at Big Lot's back in the day.
And another shot of the hutch . . .
I am sharing this shot one more time because I wanted to share the red vase on the hutch. I love it. It was another Big Lot's find from way back in the day. I have already moved it to my counter. It perfectly holds a roll of paper towel! I tried seeing what it looked like on the hutch. But, it just speaks to me as a paper towel holder!
My house isn't fancy.
My house isn't even completely decorated.
My photo's are simple and unedited.
But I love it.
And it's real.
I hope you enjoyed my little tour.
I'd love to share with you the rest of my house.
Come by tomorrow to see my Cabin themed Green House Room
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