Sunday, September 30, 2012

The rest of my Living Room


Here is the rest of the room where my recent panoramic view left off. Have a nice Sunday.

12 comments:

Amy Jepson said...

Your blog is one of the highlights of my day!

tammy j said...

and there's webster's favorite spot to lie so he can listen to npr and keep an eye on you in the kitchen for possible goodies!
rosemary . . .
such a warm and lovely room.
not unlike its owner!
xo
tam
i'm loving your panorama views.
almost like being there!

ladyhawthorne said...

Such a cozy homey place.

Chrissy said...

Ah, lovely! Such a wonderful living room! xxx

billie said...

Such a charming and cozy room, Rosemary. Especially on a drizzly afternoon, like today's
b

Helen C. said...

I just discovered your Content in a Cottage today. It's a lovely treat, both for my eyes and my mind. When I spotted the Pinterest link on your blog I knew I'd want to follow you there, too, so I clicked on it immediately. To my surprise I found that I was already following you on Pinterest. I look forward to following your posts on both from my 1930's cottage in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains.

cathy in virginia said...

I always enjoy your blog! Regarding the photograph--lovely room--it must be nice to be so organized--no clutter!!!!

Janie said...

Rosemary, your cottage should be on a house tour. It is so warm and charming. I love the wood walls. Your antiques give much character and individuality to your home, too.
Thanks so much for sharing.
Janie Horn

YONKS said...

So tastefully done, I love your style!
Di
xxxx

jean said...

Your home looks so cozy. Love the warm colors and traditional style. I'll bet it's wonderful during the winter time. You have good taste, Rosemary.

Garden, Home and Party said...

Rosemary,
Sorry I'm late to this party, love your home. I really like the horse painting on the far wall and the arrangement with the beautiful areal rug, this is so lovely.
Karen

The Queen Vee said...

So many treasures in a warm, inviting, and charming room ...it is always a treat to get a peek into your cottage. Thank you Rosemary for inviting us in, I thoroughly enjoyed my visit.