Friday, February 28, 2014

Shabby Chic Living Room


Hello my sweet and beautiful friends! 
Today I am sharing some new pretty Shabby Chic living room photos!
My husband found the most gorgeous antique scrolly chairs in his mother's basement. 
We were blessed to be gifted these chairs and set to work putting a Shabby Chic touch on them.
We were told these chairs were dated back from before the civil war era!
Needless to say I had a bit of a time deciding to paint them.
After they were repaired, painted and got new pale pink cushions, I became extremely happy with the results!!
 My pretty junk shoppe lampshade and flea market lamp!
I love to go junkin to find unusual treasures to dress my home!

I also painted this sweet garden statue and brought her inside to give my mantle some character.
 We actually removed one of our sofas and added two of these Shabbydazzle chairs and I am really loving it!
 These pictures are from my photo shoot, I am beyond blessed and thankful to have received beautiful high quality resolution photos of my home.
I am considering buying a high resolution camera to use for my blog but I have no clue as to where to begin looking.
I have been told the Canon Rebel is a good easy to use camera choice.
 Thank you so very much for stopping by, I read and treasure every comment!
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Big hugs and sparkles,
xoxo
Olivia

9 comments:

  1. Your Chairs are early 1900's. What is called. Empire Revival. Not terribly valuable, so painting them white is not a big crime. Your room is delightful

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  2. I am in love with your mantle Olivia!!!

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  3. Your Chairs are early 1900's. What is called. Empire Revival. Not terribly valuable, so painting them white is not a big crime. Your room is delightful

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  4. Your house is so pretty! I have so enjoyed seeing the photos on Facebook :) I love your new blog header--that looks great!

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  5. Inviting and peaceful ... just lovely !
    Happy Pink Saturday.

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  6. I really adore your sweet corners, very shabby and romantic
    Kisses
    Alessandra

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  7. Keep Calm and Shabby Chic :) Exciting soft hues of pink, well done!

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  8. I love the lampshade that you found! It is beautiful!!

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Hello Friend! Thank you so much for stopping by! I love to hear your thoughts! Hugs, Olivia

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