What’s Happening In My Garden?

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The process of discovery in my garden began over the weekend, with tools being purchased and floral wonders being identified. I have two Red Currant plants, a Lemon tree, an Orange tree, Fuschias, Azaleas, Hydrangeas, Roses and Hibiscus – the Hibiscus is huge! There are other plants I couldn’t identify. One thing is for sure, this is a totally new adventure for me! I spent a happy hour or so trimming off burnt up leaves and dead flowers.

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1930’s Look Book

Just a few ideas for my new 1930’s cottage. More to come…

All images are from a Pinterest search using the search terms, “1930’s” “Cottage” “Design”

I Could Live Here: Lake Michigan Cabin

Everything about this cabin in the woods ticks boxes for me. It is light and bright inside with warm white painted surfaces complimented by natural elements such as wood and stone along with an abundance of vintage features and furnishings. 09a41633959006a76c8c3af1a04037b4

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Every window looks out onto the luscious leafy forests of the lake country, typical of north America. This cottage is seriously quaint and welcoming. I could live here.

http://www.midwestliving.com/homes/featured-mwl/lake-michigan-cabin-makeover/