No matter what the style, I love going to a home that says come on in and stay awhile.

country houseThe second I saw the rockers on the front porch of this country home I wanted to be right there with a Jodi Picoult novel and a big glass of sweet tea.

country houseInside is just as inviting.  I love the vignettes,

country houseeach one created to perfection with objects that have been lovingly collected.

country houseIt’s easy to see from her collections what catches the owners eye.  I love the red transferware

country houseand would take any of the things  here.  If the bottles were empty, you can bet I would be filling them with wildflowers.

country houseSpeaking of wildflowers, the watercolor above this charming setting perfectly captures the colors outside the windows this time of year.

country houseThe kitchen invites you to linger and have just one more cup of morning coffee.

country houseIt’s fun just sitting at the table studying the collection of tins.

country houseThe blue door in the living room reminds me of the Olson House in Maine which was subject for many Andrew Wyeth paintings.

country houseYes, I could stay here for a while, and when the day is done I can think of nothing more pleasant than snuggling right here and listening to the night sounds of the country.

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19 thoughts on “Country Style

  1. I enjoyed this tour, Lulu! What a cozy home and every piece says so much about the owners. Very warm and inviting. I love the glass cabinets in the kitchen with all that comfort food inside showing!


  2. Hi Linda.. I inherited a red transfer hunting dinner service like the one on that dresser.. you’ll have to come for an Aussie lamb roast served on it soon?.. Thanks for the tour of this home.. lovely to see .. hugs j

  3. Hey there, Linda! My sister would feel right at home here, too. She is a country gal through and through! She lives on a farm in Minnesota with horses, a pig, a donkey, and Lord-only-knows what else! She would fit right in here!!!

    I LOVE those red shutters in the bedroom and those glass-face cabinets in the kitchen!!!!!!

  4. A very inviting front entrance to an adorable home. I see so many things that I love, the hutch filled with transferware makes a cozy kitchen. Love those cabinets with the glass, and oh wow, the blue! I would love to have a glass of sweet tea there with y’all!

  5. So glad you enjoyed my historic home tour!
    This is the sweetest home! So inviting and full of charm! Would love for you to come share at Amaze Me Monday!

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