Meet Annette Williamson, she is a retiree from Findlay, Ohio. Her and her husband gave up their apple farm house for a condo in town. Their new place is 1781 sq. ft. that is cozy and casual. Annette is an ordinary women that has in my option created a beautiful home! She has no idea where her knack for decorating comes form. She has no design backgrounds and isn't a fan of art but has decorated most everyone home she knows, including her two daughters, her mother and a number of her girlfriends. She said if she could she would, "make decorating her job."
She really has enjoyed creating her home and loves that all of her furniture has a story. It was very fascinating hearing her talk about several pieces and how much they meant to her; including an old window from their barn in the country that her husband mirrored for her as a gift; an antique table that she put on her bucket list and got early in her marriage; and also a very old truck she uses as a coffee table that was carried on horse and buggy, it holds her pictures. I asked her, "if their was a fire, what piece of furniture would you grab?" She said that trunk with her photos but would still have a hard time choosing.
I had a great time walking through Annette's home with her and I hope Annette has inspired you!
I love the shutter idea for a privacy fence...Great ideaReplyDelete
HI, i work on a gardening magazine in australia, just wondered if you had a high res version of the shutter screen image that we could use for a fencing story in our upcoming issue?ReplyDelete
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What were the shutters attached to? Was there a wooden support built as panel or posts on each one.....?ReplyDelete
I'd also like further instructions on how the shutters were attached and supported...a great idea !!ReplyDelete
Same here! Love the shutter idea and would love to know how to make one!!ReplyDelete
Same here.Please let us know how to do the shutters.ReplyDelete