Monday, October 17, 2011

Quirky, Layered, and Red







Great old house, beautifully restored, and 0h-so-personal. I'm a sucker for natural, organic decorative elements and this place is positively overflowing. Gnarly branches, turtle shells, coral, petrified wood, and antlers...I'm loving all the quirky objects layered just so.

If you're looking for some character-full pieces to add that special touch to your home, we have some wonderful natural decorative accessories currently gracing the MINTY shelves. A turtle shell, a trio of bookend pairings in petrified wood, green marble, and gorgeous agate, and a handful of coral. Let me know if you've been on the prowl for a natural curiosity.

Have a wonderful week, friends!

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11 comments:

mb said...

I love. So much.

mb from big D.

Emily said...

I love all of the red books!
I'm thinking I would love this look on my mantle at Christmas time!

susie q said...

I'm a sucker for the same. And I'm loving loving loving RED right now! I want to make that gnarly chandy with the prisms, don't you?

My Interior Life said...

Ooh, love these images. Red is making a comeback. I'm getting on board with my version - pink. Been working on styling my mantel. Might need some of your natural curiosities!

my favorite and my best- MFAMB to you said...

so you.

JWC said...

I love this space... particularly the chairs and painted floors in the first image.

Interior Design Musings said...

This is making me fall back in love with the red and black heriz in my living room! Also, loved the sources you shared with Kathy for her mantel area. The grilles are such a great idea for the cabinet doors! M.

Anne-Marie @ 10 Rooms said...

loving all the red books... how to find so many bound in one color? I've got such a mismash over here..looks like such a festive house...

nkp said...

Hi Emily! Welcome and thanks for visiting!

nkp said...

Hi Mandi! Thanks for the kind words. I'm looking for any excuse to use those grilles in my house. :0)

nkp said...

Hello Anne-Marie. Welcome and thanks for stopping by!