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An artist, antique dealer, residential designer, and interior stylist & decorator, I live in, and am currently restoring, a 200-year-old farmhouse in Germany's Black Forest. This blog echoes my style... a little romantic, a bit whimsical, shabby, and comfortable, with rooms that you can really live your life in.

Interior Styles & Designs

An artist, antique dealer, residential designer, and interior stylist & decorator, I live in, and am currently restoring, a 200-year-old farmhouse in Germany's Black Forest. This blog echoes my style... a little romantic, a bit whimsical, shabby, and comfortable, with rooms that you can really live your life in.

Wonderful living room with a huge window inside a restored, converted Pennsylvania barn home
(via Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.)
Love that ceiling
Terrific shabby chic rustic country farmhouse kitchen
(via Roses and Rust)
White rustic interior
Beautiful and rustic log home bathroom with an abundance of warm-toned wood
(via 360 Ranch - Main Lodge - Architect Portfolio | Miller Architects)
Rustic living room of stone and wood with an unusual multi-vault ceiling
(via Johnson Architecture)
An open, light, and airy rustic kitchen with painted beadboard walls, wood floors, and clerestory windows
(via Group 3)
This rustic-style living room is simple yet beautiful, with pale wood trim, beams, and furnishings
(via Don Ziebell)
A terrific rustic bathroom with exposed beams, stone walls, an old wood floor, and a deep, zinc-sided slipper tub.
(via http://pinterest.com/pin/210965563764509150/)
Unique stylized horseshoe-shaped archway with natural log timber steps
(via http://pinterest.com/pin/210965563764469411/)
Wonderful dining room features a heavy-beamed vaulted ceiling and varied wood flooring, with slip-covered dining chairs adding a soft, feminine touch
(via Sutton Suzuki Architects)
An open floor plan and abundant reclaimed wood make the interior of this cabin feel warm and inviting
(via Robert Hawkins)
Relaxing and luxurious outdoor living room
(via J. Grant Design Studio)
A combination wine cellar and home theater is accessed via a sweeping marble staircase with an iron railing
(via Bliss Home Theaters & Automation, Inc)