Today’s Fetching Friday features lovely spaces and places about the house.
Gorgeous comes home in the most splendid and stunning of ways.
Early Branch Farm-Robert M. Cain Architect
Natural settings resplendent in a peaceful easy feeling welcome cozy home.
If you could bottle this feeling it would be the elixir sure to cure the world’s ails.
“Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful;
they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul.”
Better Homes & Gardens – Photo by Robbie Caponetto
Antique pieces about the house never fail to impress the space they grace.
Caroline Brackett Studio of Design
Antiques possess the quality of adaptability.
Pieces complement rather than clash with the central design style, enhancing the overall aesthetic.
House & Garden – Photo by Rachel Whiting
“Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull
of what you really love.
It will not lead you astray.”
1stDibs – Rebecca James Studio – Photography by Richard Gooding
Searching for tips, tricks, and general cucumber information, I ran across a line or two of pickle humor and thought it sweet and dilliciously delightful.
House & Garden – Photo by Paul Massey
Good thing I’m not on the recipe hunt for a summer corn casserole.
Talk about corny jokes.
Photo by Reka Biro-Horvath on Unsplash
Call this my contribution to the Friday funnies.
Cucumbers hate becoming pickles.
For them, it’s a jarring experience.
Hope your Friday is filled with beauty and laughter.