Hello! Each Wednesday I share some of the photos that stopped me in my scroll while I was perusing Instagram the previous week. Here are this week’s picks!
No real fire box inside your fireplace mantel? Just put a chalkboard on it! Such a great idea, Kalyn! Here’s a link to her inspiring blog : Boxwood and Spruce
Look at all that gorgeous original wood…and that hardware on those beautiful pocket doors! Wow! Ashley’s home is a treasure and so is she!
Is that a sweet looking spot, or what?! Things that especially caught my eye: the antique fixture, the chippy-backed chair, and the urn filled with greenery in the center of the table. I also like the the texture and color of the pillows on the left and right. Such a cute and inviting little nook! Here’s a link to Kaley’s blog: The Little White Farmhouse
This is my new favorite feed! And to see the rest of this amazing house click here: Chango & Co
My, what a striking-meets-sweet looking space! I searched Google for more photos of the house and found Mr. Schafer’s tour of it here: Mill Valley House
It’s incredible, y’all. I’m serious. Like, it’s *exactly* the kind of house I’d like to live in and I will use the photos as my main source of inspiration from here on out! 😀
Hope you’re having a great week, y’all!
PS- Congrats to Julie Michelle who is the winner of the surprise I mentioned on Instagram the other day! I’ll email you later today! 😀
I too love the Mill Valley home! I’ve seen it before. You are right, who wouldn’t want to move right it. Every angle and corner holds a wonderful surprise. Love it! Thanks for taking the time to research it and get the tour!
Layla-the Mill Valley house! OMG! I agree, this is exactly what I have been going for. I am saving pictures like crazy.
I really enjoy these inspiration posts, even though I don’t always have time to comment. Thanks for sharing!
Well thank you for leaving a kind comment for me to find today, Jenn! I appreciate it! 😀
Mill Valley house is beautiful. That house and Mill Valley CA …color me a little green! I will definitely use some of the pics for inspiration. And that yard!!
In the first photo I didn’t even see the faux fireplace because I was so awe struck by the painting above it! Beautiful!
I save your ” Photos That Stopped Me In My Scroll” posts for times that I can sit down with a cup of coffee, and just enjoy. I have free time this morning, so am catching up. I LOVE the the Mill Valley House! What a dream! And the rest of the website is just as beautiful. Not sure I’m going to get very much done this morning, because I can’t stop looking!
I’ve been following you for years, and am so grateful I found you by browsing one day. Your life is such an inspiration, and your style is the exact feel I’ve always tried to capture in my home and cabins. Getting your emails is such a treat. 🙂
That Mill Valley House….WOW! I don’t think stunning is even an appropriate word for it…..man what I’d give for a live tour of that place….it speaks to ALL my design loves and gives me all the feels! Thank you for sharing!!
I checked out Gil Schafer’s book from the library and of course this house was in it. But what a FABULOUS read it is! I got it for the photos but read every word and was sad when it ended. Taught me so much (even though his brain is so incredible).
I so wish modern homes had pocket doors and stable doors! The Mill House is so fab!