Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Sister's House: So Cute!

      I have spent the last couple of days visiting my sis and her hubby in Siloam Springs, AR.  It is such a quaint little town, and I love all of the fond college memories I have from there.  I'll share more about the trip tomorrow, but I wanted to show off a few of my favorite things from her house, which is about 100 years old.  I didn't get any room pictures or any pictures of the outside, but you will have to trust me when I say that it is delightfully full of character and charm.


This is the shower curtain that they designed and Ellen sewed, along with the hip-happening border she painted around their master bathroom.  I have a slight ♥ affair with diamonds, and this shower curtain is perfect!  She did say that it took a while to sew, which I can imagine.  Next up, super cute wreath that she made.


I love the simplicity and the colors.  Sis sure is talented!  And, seeing that her husband owns a photo studio (Main Street Studios), they have pictures abounding.  I love this family photo grouping of all black and white pictures.


If you saw my post about our front door last week, then it will come as no surprise that my brother has been busy at her house as well.  This lovely window is installed right above their front door.


And to round it out, here is a little artwork Ellen created for one of their guest bathrooms.  Birds are so fun, and I ♥ the pop of yellow on the dark gray walls.  So fun.


Ellen has a blog, but has not used it much, so I decided to show off some of the fun, beautiful stuff in her home.  Thanks, Ellen and Luke for letting us crash your pad for the past several days!


Linds said...

the creativity gene must run in yalls family :) yall are both so talented at decorating!