I am loving this new series where we get to have a peak into some of our favorite bloggers homes and today we get a special tour from Linda at Coastal Charm. She is one of the most gracious bloggers in all of blogland and her home is gorgeous. I love her style and her creativity. Grab a drink and sit back, this is one fabulous kitchen filled with tons of charm and inspiration.
For all of y'all that don't already know me, I'm Linda from Coastal Charm, and yes, I live in the deep South! It really wasn't hard to choose which room in my home that I would share here. The kitchen is the hub of our home, so let's see how I pulled it all together, so my family would have a comfy room to hang out in.
I wish I could offer you a tall glass of
sweet tea, but this internet thing, keeps
me from being a good Southern hostess...
ironstone, old scales, or anything to do
with the farmhouse style.
brick floors. Nothing screams farmhouse more, than charming
green color, but I recently painted it white.
I wanted this room to mainly have only grey,
white, cream and a touch of taupe in the color
My sweet hubs built us this farm table nineteen
years ago, way before they were so "cool".
neat items when we are out pickn' for my
business Coastal Charm Interiors. This old
apple basket, is one of his treasures, that we
enjoy in our kitchen.
I made my own burlap drapes...you all know that
DIY folks just can't buy ready made.
items to display with. In my book, there
is nothing better!
painted the walls grey, so I could get
that farmhouse look in here.
here I have one of my bedspring
store awhile back and I knew right
away, that it was perfect for this
space in my kitchen. It had a stainless steel top and
best of all, it had a lot of storage space.
By adding old chippy painted
items here and there,
you will achieve
the farmhouse style!
add some charm.
This is a very lived-in type of kitchen,
I even have my aprons on display
I know I enjoyed having you here.
I'd love to have you visit by my blog sometime. You can also
keep in touch with me at the following places:
Facebook...Pinterest...Google Friend Connect...
Bloglovin' and Linky Followers.
Isn't her kitchen fabulous. I love how she uses everyday items as beautiful accessories. Her kitchen is one I could be totally at home in, so warm and inviting. If you don't follow her, I really do hope you will go over and click that follow button, you really don't want to miss a single post and you definitely want to see the rest of her home. Stunning. Thanks so much Linda for letting me feature you today, this has been a thrill.
I am joining the following parties:
The Shabby Creek Cottage for Transformation Thursday
From My Front Porch To Yours for Treasure Hunt Thursday
The 36th Avenue for 36th Avenue Party