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  • Southern Style House Tour (Part 1)

    The t-shirts are here! The t-shirts are here! :-D

    The Lettered Cottage T-shirts

    UPS delivered them all on Saturday, so this week will be filled with lots of printing and packaging and shipping! If you placed an order, be on the lookout for it to show up in your mailbox soon. And, again, thank you SO much for being a part of the early stages of this design-related daydream of mine! XO

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    Okay. Who’s ready to tour another beautiful house in Old Cloverdale? :-D

    I have wanted to see the inside of this one for SO long!

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    It was also renovated by my friend Ashley Gilbreath (whose house I blogged about last Monday), and Kevin and I had so much fun touring it with her and her co-worker,  Jessica, the other day! The house has come a looong way since the first time Ashley and her hubby first laid eyes on it. Here are a few photos of the exterior that were featured in Southern Living magazine last year…

    Ashley Gilbreath Interiors | Old House Restoration | Montgomery Alabama

    Ashley Gilbreath Interiors | Old House | Southern Living Magazine | Restoration | Montgomery Alabama

    (That’s Ashley up there in the photo!), and here’s one I snagged from her blog:

    Ashley Gilbreath Interiors | Old House Renovation | Montgomery Alabama

    I just love a house with a porch on the side, don’t you? #swoon

    Ashley and her husband sold the house a couple of years ago, but she talked to the new homeowner for us, and we grabbed our camera with a quickness! We entered the house through the back door on Friday, and stepped right in to this beautiful kitchen:

    Green Cypress Kitchen Cabinets | Old Cloverdale House | Montgomery Alabama | Ashley Gilbreath Interiors

    The cabinets are cypress and the current homeowner painted them a custom-mixed color that no one knows the formula for anymore. (Sorry- to those who are curious!) :-/

    Marble Countertop | Lantern Sconce | Green Cypress Kitchen Cabinets | Tulips | Framed Botanical Print

    Ashley Gilbreath Interiors | Old Cloverdale House | Montgomery Alabama | Green Kitchen Cabinets | Cowhide Rug | Marble Backsplash

    Ashley added the antique breakfast bar back when she was renovating the place, and I love that the current homeowner paired it with quilted vinyl-covered stools. Such a durable choice!

    Quilted Gray Bar Stools | Ashley Gilbreath Interiors | Montgomery Alabama | Old Cloverdale House | Antique Bar

    And speaking of the breakfast bar- check out the cross detail on the top of it:

    Cross in Countertop | Ashley Gilbreath Interiors

    How neat is that? Some of my other favorite details include the plate rack above the sink, and the little pass-through window that opens into the butler’s pantry:

    Cypress Kitchen Cabinets | Ashley Gilbreath Interiors | Montgomery Alabama | Southern Style Kitchen

    Plate Rack | Green Cypress Kitchen Cabinets | Marble Countertop | Farmhouse Sink | Butler Pantry Pass Through Window

    Here’s a shot of (one side of) the butler’s pantry:

    Ashley Gilbreath Interiors | Old Cloverdale House | Green Cypress Cabinets | Butlers Pantry | Marble Countertop

    I mean, can you imagine having all that extra space to work/clean/store things? #doubleswoon

    Back in the kitchen, here are a few more shots that show how the space is laid out. When you look straight ahead from the back door, you can see all the way to the front door:

    Hallway | Ashley Gilbreath Interiors | Wood Floor | Antique Pendant Lights

    When you look to the left, you see this side of the kitchen…

    Old Cloverdale House | Ashley Gilbreath Interiors | Montgomery Alabama | Green Cypress Kitchen Cabinets | Gray Stools | Salvaged Bar

    …and when you look to the right, you see this side of the kitchen:

    Banquet | Round Pedestal Table | Caned Back Chairs | White Upholstered Bench | Nailhead Trim | Ashley Gilbreath Interiors

    That’s white vinyl and nailhead trim on the banquet bench, and those are black-and-white family photos inside all of those frames. #tripleswoon

    I cannot tell you how peaceful and absolutely Southern the energy in this place was! What a treat to be able to wander through it with our camera. I’ve got lots more photos of it to upload, edit and share this week- so meet me back here on Wednesday if you’d like to take a tour of the rest of the first floor!

    PS- For pics between posts, join me over on Twitter, Facebook and/or Instagram!

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