Wednesday, 27 January 2010

At My Grandma's

Yesterday I went over to my grandma's to check out her new house. You might remember that she moved here last year, and moved into my mom's. But she decided she wanted her own house and found a great place right nearby. She's one crafty, decoratin' diva (more about grandma here). As you can probably tell, more is more is her decorating philosophy! Here are some pictures around her great, new house.
And a blurry, grainy me attempting to take pictures!

9 comments:

littlebyrd said...

I LOVE her more is more decorating!! So many interesting things to look at.

Courtney said...

Oh my goodness, what an enchanting home! She must be a lady of many great stories.

Erin said...

It's so cozy and friendly feeling! There's a Dutch word for that--gezellig--so perfect! I love the tip: Buy what you love! Great advice:)

nath said...

amazing! what a great eye she has!

Angela said...

Hi there,
I just wanted to drop you a little note to say how much I enjoyed exploring your blog today. As I'm sure you'll see from your stat counter I was all over the place, rustling around as if it were indeed a flea market!!
I discovered you just today during a Google search for Paris flea markets, having been thinking about visiting Paris again. I visited in July and fell in love with the city - its a bit of a cliche but you know what they say about cliches!
Thanks for sharing your experiences and photos on such a pretty blog. I've added you to my Google Reader to follow up on your pretty-thing seeking adventures in the future.

Paula Jo @ home garden accents said...

Your grandmother has so many beautiful items and she does great work with decor and accents. Just think of the stories she could tell us. Just amazing!

Kim said...

I could just move into your grandma's house because it looks like mine and my philosopy..More is More. I like to have something beautiful to look at as I turn my eye every inch! Really love your blog and how lucky are you to be moving to London. I feel uplifted seeing your blog on this dreary, cooolllld midwestern day.

compulsively compiled said...

I hope that some day my home looks like your grandma's, full of pretty things that I can look at fondly and that say something about me. I am sure just by seeing these pictures that your grandma is a very interesting and fantastic woman.

Lynne said...

Love her style