April 11, 2011

Conclusion of Miss Bonnie's House Tour

I think the sign above the mirror says exactly how Miss Bonnie feels about her home.  (You can click to enlarge)
           
Miss Bonnie got this wonderful entertainment center and the large pic above the couch at Goodwill. 

This fireplace not only adds warmth, but in the warmer months you can have the flames going just for the beauty:)  Books on top have been given for special occasions ~ remember I told y'all that Miss Bonnie loves old books.

Grammy's old dry sink.  The weeping willow tree picture was purchased by my Mom for Miss Bonnie when they went on a a little shopping excursion in downtown Midway, Kentucky.  She has had it for over three years, and feels so blessed to finally have a home for it!
Coffee table is actually Grammy's old hope chest.  The peacock runner was purchased when we were "antiquing" awhile back.  I made the arrangement ~ the flowers are sitting in my Mom's old silver pitcher. 
If this bathroom looks familiar there's a reason.  I saved everything from my old bathroom when I redid it several years ago. 
Guest room bedside table.  Miss Bonnie is SO her mother!  She has chocolates placed in the tea cup for guests to enjoy.  There's one big difference, though.  I would have already eaten them all up;)

Grammy's bed. (Bonnie has one in her room that looks just like it.  Grammy and Grandaddy slept in twin beds (just like Ricky and Lucy;)  

Well, that concludes the tour.  I'm so glad you were able to join me!  Don't worry, I'll be talking about something different next time! HA

3 comments:

Teri said...

Dear Susan...such a charming little home...it shares such warmth and is so homey! Thank you for sharing! Simple Blessings ♥ Teri

Brenda@CoffeeTeaBooks said...

Isn't it fun when we see some of ourselves in the way our daughters decorate? Bonnie did a wonderful job!!!

I gave Stephanie her maternal Grandmother's hope chest (which had been used for storage in her daddy's room when he was growing up) for her apartment when she was first married.

It is still her coffee table ten years and five children later! :)

Anonymous said...

Her house looks so beautiful! I love the colour of the walls as well.