While visiting at Jeanne’s a few weeks ago, she allowed me to take pictures of her beautiful home. Jeanne’s home is just gorgeous and she has an amazing eye. Her home should be in a magazine and I hope it will one day. Jeanne is coming in for the Nada Farm Event to teach art classes with me. One of the classes we are teaching, Avenues to an Artful business, is how to take your handmade items and explore how to sell them such as wholesaling, opening a web store and reaching a on-line audience. love how her home has a pretty “comfortable collected” look. That’s my new goal in decorating. It was relaxing just being there, and I am excited to share her beautiful vintage and rustic home tour with you.
I love how she has decorated with all of these small vignettes all over her home. This one on the mantel is so sweet and charming with a vintage botanical image, a small bird and sweet antique silhouette.
And i just adore they way this portrait was hung on her bookshelves in the middle of he shelving unit.It’s co creative and ineresting!
Her studio made made in her dining room is so inspiring. It shows you can have a studio space anywhere.
This little nook at the top of her stairs is the sweetest place to hide away and read.
Every shelf is displayed perfectly!
In her primary bedroom, it feels so cozy and relaxing. I love the vintage linens and rustic additions. I hope you are enjoying this beautiful vintage and rustic home tour as much as I am again!
Even her kids room are so sweet with the numbered dresser!