It has a big wrap-around front porch and a side-entrance garage.
As you walk into her foyer, it is so inviting and warm. Don't you love the shutter shelf that she bought at the shop? Lisa collects a lot of vintage Christmas and displays it so well.
This tree in her foyer stays up all year and changes with the seasons.
The stairway banister is so rustic and unique. Look at her collection of bird pictures on the wall.
The balcony above leads to two more bedrooms and a bathroom.
Her tree was tremendous! Filled with vintage ornaments and family memories.
The stone fireplace is perfect with the logs. The old shutters above have pinetree cutouts.
This is a picture Lisa did as a child by cutting out pieces of paper and copying a painting. What a keepsake!
Isn't this a unique chandalier?
Cute old green kitchen "cupboard" in her bathroom.
Lots of glitter and white in the master bedroom.
This antique bedspread was handmade by a relative and looks beautiful over the red comforter underneath. Thank you Lisa for letting me share!
After touring her home, she went with me to shop for a few Valentine goodies for the shop. It felt so good to have some fresh things this morning when I opened - and it already started to sell!
Good news! The Country Register called me today and they are going to feature the shop in the March/April issue. Hooray!
Well girls, time to get busy putting away more Christmas. We've got lots of snow on the way and I've got lots to get done! Have a great evening.
Until next time...