to be too tall. They are from Lane's Country Living collection.
The plates on the right and left were my grandmother's.
Silhouettes depicting my daughters hang beside the door.
My husband had this Dutch door specially made by his friend with a door shop. We added the cross pattern that matches the trim on Brambly.
We ordered the door knocker from Anthropologie.
Just some things I've picked up over the years.
The Alice in Wonderland prints used to hang in my daughters' room. I couldn't bear to part with them.
Throw pillows from their old room.
Bitty Brambles is a gentle reminder of the past without being a shrine. It will remain a little house in flux as our needs change through the years. I'm sure my husband would prefer to store lawn equipment in it, and one day it's likely become a playhouse again. But, for now, it is a cozy, quiet place to sit and think.
Linking to:"Show and Tell Friday" at My Romantic Home
"Feathered Nest Friday" at French Country Cottage
"Inspiration Friday" At the Picket Fence
"Time Travel Thursday" at Brambleberry Cottage
"Wow Us Wednesdays" at Savvy Southern Style