Thank you all for joining the tour and your interest via the lovely comments
on the previous "House Tour" posts this week.
It's been so fun to have you!
Today we will wander down the hallway:
(Just a side note: the husnisse lives behind this door.)
And on to the bedrooms:
I apologize for the quality and colors of the photos on this post.
I generally use one camera setting: automatic. ;-)
This end of the house is tricky in regards to lighting.
We'll start with the guest room,
since that's where you will be staying when you visit.
(Each door is labeled and painted with
the same color as the room that it represents. :-) )
(That dresser and shelf unit is full of scrapbooking stuff and photos
that I am yet to "get around to"....maybe this winter.)
I made sure you would have lots of pillows, ten that is...
(Is there a pillows anonymous group I can join?)
A wall hanging from Nordmore, Norway.
Another one of my favorite things.
That second hand purchase from the previous post is embellishing the ottoman.
Yet another clock.
(This one received golden yellow paint and a dozen red roses.)
The plates that the NVO and I painted at our first
Rosemaling camp in 2011.
See this post for more from this camp.
I hope you will enjoy your stay!
Next is the bedroom that has been turned into a den,
we call it our kosestua (cozy living room.)
A family tree.
An armoire, in blue, holding plenty of beddings.
Yup, another clock.
(We must know what time it is at all costs!)
And last of all, the Elske Reir.
I made every effort to translate "love nest" but it did quite not work.
Something got lost in translation.
I'm too lazy to change it to something different for now.
I recently scaled down the pillows here.
I can't remember how many there were, but let's just say this:
life is much simpler these days and I like it! ;-)
(I wonder if that makes me vain...I hope not!)
A re-mixed bell pull (klokkestreng)
from this post.
And I'll leave you on today's tour with
this angel gift received from my mother-in-law.
(I have always said that her son was an angel sent to me by my father.)
More to come tomorrow.
Have a restful day!