Taking Decorating Cues From the Past

Today, I would like to present some pictures that were taken at my husband’s place of work: a National Historical Site and Museum featuring a Georgian frame farmhouse built by a Pennsylvania-German Mennonite in the early 1800s.  When Lily, Liam, and I went for a visit a few weeks back, I seriously couldn’t stop taking pics of all the incredible furniture.  Here are five fabulous decorating and design elements that I have to share with the world.  Enjoy!

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PRIMITIVE DEACON’S BENCH: PERFECT FOR STORING THINGS IN A FRONT HALLWAY OR MUD ROOM

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Summertime, and the Living is “Lazy”

Happy Friday the 13th!

I apologize for my tardiness with this post.  Summer living has officially taken over = I am suffering from lackofroutineitus.

Plans are in the works, however, to help me stay focused on taking steps towards reviving this old place o’ mine (even though all I really want to be doing everyday is sleep in, spend the day soaking up the sunshine, and enjoy amazingly tasty BBQ delights in the cool of the evening).

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