Tuesday, November 1, 2011

~ Shabby Chic Inspiration ~ And a simply talented friend! ~

( Shabby Chic )
I wish this kitchen and dining area was in my home
I like to browse Rachel Ashwell's Shabby Chic website for inspiration
The rooms are so beautiful and yet very liveable
(Simply Me)
Another source of inspiration is my talented friend Tausha who has the beautiful blog Simply Me
Ever since I have found her blog I have slowly changed my style to more Shabby Chic.
Every post is full of such beauty and unique styling ~ I love how Tausha creates a gorgeous yet simply unfussy home
I find my style is changing to be more Shabby Chic and less farmhouse~(oh, I might have to change my blog name?!lol)

Have a wonderful day everyone!!


d e l i g h t said...

Wonderful photos! Love Simply Me blog!

Sherri B. said...

That kitchen is dreamy, I'm thinking of the cooking I could do in there..sigh. - Off to check out Simply Me. - Have a great day!

Rachel Noelle Pallas said...

I know I have loved that kitchen for a long time!!lol ;)
I love going to her site www.shabbychic.com and just looking at the images~ You will LOVE Tausa's blog~ Stunning! xoxo

Sunflowers With Smiles said...

Hi Rachel:

Yes I love the kitchen too, so comfortable and crisp!

I finally found my bistro chairs, stop by my blog to review them......

Have a great day!

Anonymous said...

shabby chic isso mixed itcan befrench industrial or more farmhouse the first photois industrial the last one is a mix of shabby chic and farmhouse...love tha small table..have a nice day xx

NanaDiana said...

Gorgeous images. I follow Simply Me, too. She has just a wonderful, dreamy blog...and, of course, Rachell Ashwell has long been a favorite. xo Diana

Blondie's Journal said...

I follow Simply Me, too. Her taste is wonderful and her home looks so comfy!! Her kids are proof that white furniture can withstand almost anything!!


Seawashed said...

Shabby chic is timeless...and fits beautifully in a farmhouse. Even Rachel Ashwell's style changes. When I first moved to Sea Cottage 5 yrs ago my decor was inspired by R.A in a shabby chic coastal way. Now I have put most of my shabby chic into the armoir for another season and have transitioned to the nordic coastal. One day, after my kids begin moving out, I plan to decorate a guess room in my collection of R.A shabby chic. I have 3 men in the house and the shabby chic decor was too feminine for them. The nordic coastal is working better to create a sanctuary for the whole family. ox I adore your home...I would feel at home at French Farmhouse 425!

Melissa said...

Love this!

gilda said...

Love photos...:-)

Anonymous said...

Whatever you do, I will still LOVE your home!
I love the mix of shabby chic/farmhouse so I'm sure your changes will be beautiful. :)

Tricia said...

Ohhh, that is such a wonderful kitchen. Tausha has such great style...as do you, my sweet friend :)

Rachel Noelle Pallas said...

Thanks so much for your sweet compliments! xo

chateaudelille said...

I love the way shabby chic is so achievable with just a bit of tweaking. Tausha really does have the knack. Fiona

Chrissy...The Apothecary Shop said...

Oh I love that kitchen,every bit of it!! Hope your well,x0

Whimsical Whites said...

Hi Rachel,
I want that kitchen!! Your blog post looks great. Thanks for the favor that you did for me.

Heaven's Walk said...

Tausha is one talented gal when it comes to design, Rachel! Love the way she pulls things together. Funny that you should say you're slowly changing your decor. lol! Mine went from Shabby Chic to Beachhouse to Jeanne d'Arc! :) It's fun to change things up once in a while, isn't it? Almost like living in a new house.....well....almost.

xoxo laurie

Ricki Treleaven said...

I love that kitchen, too! That home was featured in Rachel's book, Shabby Chic Interiors. This is such a pretty post, and your friend is talented, too!

Jane, Naples, Florida said...

I love both of your blogs so much!

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