Monday, September 12, 2011

A Little Bit Country

If you met me or saw my work one of the last thoughts to come to mind would most likely be country, but there is something about the casual lifestyle of rural living that appeals to me. Since going to Kenny Chesney two weeks ago and the crisp Fall mornings creeping up in New England I've been thinking more about the music genre and this relaxed, worn style. Here's a snapshot of some things I do ADORE about Country Living!
HATS, BOOTS, PRINTED AND FRESH FLORALS, FARMS, AND CLIMBING FENCES
CLEVER MUD ROOMS AND ENTRY WAYS, CHALK BOARD WALLS
BOOTS: ESPECIALLY MUCKING WITH HUNTER WELLIES, COWBOY AND RIDING BOOTS. ALSO VINTAGE ARTWORK ESP. OF HORSES AND FARMS
RUSTIC PINE FARM TABLES AND ANTIQUE RUGS
HATS, HORSES, AND CABLE SWEATERS
ANYTHING FRYE FOR THAT MATTER
WALKS IN THE WOODS and IN FIELDS
LIGHT, AIRY ROOMS
W0RN WOOD, PAINTED WIDE PLANK FLOORS
OLD RED PICKUPS AND HOT COWBOYS
ZINC TABLE TOPS, WALLS OF PLATES, AND HOME COOKING
PINE FLOORS, AND NATURAL FLOWERS

COUNTRY GET AWAYS WITH BUNK ROOMS
ANTLER HOOKS AND LIGHT FIXTURES (BUCK SHED THEIR HORNS NATURALLY)
A SNAP SHOT OF ME (ON THE LEFT) AT THE KENNY CHESNEY CONCERT - GOOD TIMES.

 Images: Pinterest, Marie Claire Oct. 2011, Habitually Chic, This is glamorous blog

3 comments:

Natasha @ Northern Light Blog said...

Kenny Chesny is my fave... Welcome to the country ;) I am actually right there with you when it comes to decorating... My style is NOT country at All, but visiting with my parents in the Danish countryside does something to mé.... I want to cozy up my house in Florida, and i Think the Fall is what does it.. We need a little visual wamth and country decor films that void! .... Well, for mé snuble.
And the hot cowboys... Well, that's obvious :)

With love... said...

The chalkboard walls! What a great idea!.
Have a great week.
xx

Tatiana Doria said...

What a lovely post. Great pictures and great inspiration.
Thank you and I follow!!
Tatiana
www.tatianadoria.blogspot.com

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