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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Pulling It All Together - Coastal Charm

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.

 Before we get started here today, I want to say thank you Marty, for inviting me to be a part of your series "Pulling It All Together". It's such an honor to be here, sharing a part of my home with all of you. Marty and I go way back in blogland, I think we have both been blogging for about five years now. Her weekly linky party, was one of the first parties that I ever join in on, and now years later, I still love being a part of it.

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.

                                   Welcome to our kitchen.
                            I wish I could offer you a tall glass of
                            sweet tea, but this internet thing, keeps
                            me from being a good Southern hostess...
                                            sorry y'all!                             

                                 You will see right off the bat, that I LOVE
                                  ironstone, old scales, or anything to do
                                             with the farmhouse style.

                     I was really lucky that I already had these wonderful old
                 brick floors. Nothing screams farmhouse more, than charming
                                                      brick floors!

                            When I purchased this hutch, it was a celery
                             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".

                             Mr. CC has a good eye for finding some
                             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 all know that
DIY folks just can't buy ready made.

                               You can see that, I love using farm fresh
                               items to display with. In my book, there
                                             is nothing better!
                      Back a few years ago, we added white beadboard and
                                  painted the walls grey, so I could get
                                         that farmhouse look in here.

                                  Gotta have a moo cow in the house!

                                   I enjoy re-purposing items, and
                                   here I have one of my bedspring

                                 I found this kitchen island at a discount
                                     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!

                                Fresh flowers from your yard, always
                                            add some charm.

 This is a very lived-in type of kitchen,
I even have my aprons on display
in here.

                                Vintage scales, can be found all over.

                             I hope you enjoyed visiting my kitchen today,
                                    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:
 Craftberry Bush for Inspiration Gallery Thursday
  The Shabby Creek Cottage for Transformation Thursday
 No Minimalist Here for Open House Party, Posed Perfection for All Things Thursday Hop
 Katherines Corner for Favorite Things, The Vintage Farmhouse for Creative Things 
 A Delightsome Life for Home and Garden,
Love of Family & Home for Inspire Me Please  
 Between Naps On The Porch for Tablescape Thursday
 From My Front Porch To Yours for Treasure Hunt Thursday
 The 36th Avenue for 36th Avenue Party
 Imparting Grace for Grace at Home, My Romantic Home for Show and Tell Fri
                                            French Country Cottage for Feathered Nest Friday
 The Thrifty Groove for Thrifty Things Fri, Common Ground for Be Inspired Fri
The Charm of Home for Home Sweet Home ,
 Chic On A Shoestring Decorating for Flaunt It Fri
 Finding Fabulous for Frugalicious Fri ,Rooted In Thyme Simple & Sweet Fri.
 Jennifer Rizzo for Fabulously Creative Linky Party
 Redoux Interiors Friday Party,

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  1. I enjoyed the tour. Linda's kitchen is lovely! Have a wonderful day.

  2. I love Linda's kitchen and her blog as well! Such an inviting space and a perfect place for a glass of sweet tea!

  3. Linda has a very pretty kitchen! I think she has captured the Farmhouse look perfectly. Love her table and burlap drapes. Great idea to showcase the lids.

  4. I always enjoy seeing Linda's kitchen. She's really talented at putting things together to create a welcoming space.

  5. Linda's kitchen is so charming. Thanks for showcasing her Marty!

  6. Very welcoming and beautiful kitchen. Love it.

  7. My favorite thing is the scale on her island:)

  8. I really enjoyed the tour today! I love the chalk board with all is well with my soul on it!

  9. Thanks for showing us Linda's kitchen, Marty! I enjoyed seeing the farmhouse type look she has going on!


  10. Oh what a beautiful kitchen! Thanks for featuring it, Marty...Christine

  11. Wow - what a beautiful space! I love all of her unique vintage pieces. And those brick floors - to die for!

  12. I would love to know where you found your island with the stainless top.
    Your kitchen is beautiful. Thanks
    MA on Confederate

  13. I have seen much of Linda's kitchen in bits and pieces from reading her blog, but it is so nice to have a grand tour! Thanks, Marty, I hope to visit her shop before too long, it is full of temptations!

  14. Love all the farmhouse touches... very welcoming and calming to the spirit..
    thanks Linda and Marty for sharing this inspired space with us.


  15. Great Choice Marty. Linda is one of the sweetest and her home is beautiful. It was fun to read her feature.

  16. What a pretty, cozy, warm and inviting kitchen, with so many elements to see and enjoy...I love it! I enjoyed this post so much and loved looking at every photo! Thank you for sharing and for the choise sweet lady. Hope you've been having a lovely week.

  17. Hello Marty and hello Linda! Linda, your kitchen is really pretty, I love those brick floors! All the vintage and farmhouse touches are great - gotta say the scales are my favorites. -Dawn @ We Call It
    History & Home link party - Tue-Fri, weekly

  18. Hi Marty, what a charming kitchen Linda has and thank you for showing us. I will have to stroll on over to her blog too.
    Have a great weekend!

  19. Good for you, Marty, for giving us a chance to take a peek inside Linda's charming abode.

  20. Always love seeing Linda's place and her blog!

  21. One of the things I really like about Linda's style is that it is Truly Livable!!! That is the best kind of space! Thanks for sharing her space with us, Marty! Blessings, Cindy

  22. Thanks Marty for featuring Linda's kitchen today. I love her farmhouse style.

    Linda, I love your scales collection and how you have displayed them. Your kitchen is inviting and full of southern charm.

  23. Marty, I've been a fan of Linda's for a long time. Her home is lovely and her style is amazing. She inspires me. Thanks for sharing her home at TTF!

  24. Linda is a her style and pretty kitchen! Great feature Marty!!

  25. Linda's home is absolutely beautiful and definitely reflects her warm and welcoming personality! :-)

  26. Your kitchen looks like the kind of place a neighbor stops in, pulls up a chair and spends the afternoon just chatting!! Just so warm, friendly and inviting. I love your scales and so many of your rustic touches. I just went out and bought a table similar to that fabulous table your husband made, what a cherished piece!!

  27. Thank you so much for inviting us in, it's pretty!

  28. Great feature, Marty! I loved seeing Linda's charming kitchen!