Hello friends! Sorry for such a long silence, but we've been on a rather extended vacation. Since the end of May, I've hit the big city (NYC), the beach (Outer Banks) and the mountains (Asheville). What a treat! I'm not bragging, I'm really just thankful that I get some time off in the summer, and so I try to take full advantage of it! Anyway, since we just returned from the mountains, I thought I would post on one of my favorite stores in Asheville....The Screen Door. They have the most interesting and unique collection of incredible art and antiques! I try to go at least once every time I'm home--but this week I actually found myself there THREE different times! I know--I'm addicted.
So here are some pics (you all know that photography is not my gift!) that I took of my favorite booth! I'm getting some inspiration for the future nursery-to-be...
I know it's not particularly babyish--it's just the over-all impression that I like--certain elements of the room. So, what do you think? Could these goodies lead to a nature-inspired nursery that's fun, rough and sophisticated all at the same time?
I am a Spanish Instructor/ Doctoral Student who loves dabbling in interior design. But, since I really love my current career path, I'm going to start with blogging about design, and see where that gets me.