I insisted on pausing to admire the urns.
My mom and I both loved the curtains in the dining room.
The plates and bowls were from TJ Maxx.
This living room…
I loved this living room…
Everything about it.
‘Tis perfection to me.
And once again, we both loved the curtains.
I tried to take a photo of the bathroom without getting my reflection.
However, I seemed to be unable to accomplish this simple task.
So then I remembered that I had just gotten my hair cut, colored and highlighted…
And I embraced the reflection photo.
A K-State student designed one of the guest bedrooms.
I thought she did a spectacular job.
And once again…
The curtains. Loved them.
Fun dragonfly chair.
The master bed and bath was a mite funky…
But the master bath had the best accessories in the entire house.
My fingers longed to rip it from the wall and take it home with me.
Yet another picture of the painting I left behind.
Same artist – different painting.
Great vintage glass containers on the marble counter-tops.
The kid’s room.
The designer in this room re-purposed the old kitchen cabinets for the kid’s bathroom.
Poor quality photo of the designer kitchen…
Upon leaving the house, we ventured around the neighborhood.
Most of the homes were built in the 1920′s. A great era for American architecture.
And then I drove home.