Here's the final stop on the house tour.
The Outdoor Living Spaces:
This is the deck right off our kitchen.
It's great because we don't have to carry anything very far when we dine here.
We practically live out here seven months a year.
This weekend will likely wrap it up for this year.
We've had an unusually long season and it has been good!
West side sun protection. :-)
There's a heart rag rug.
I have almost as many heart rugs as I do clocks!
the crocheted cushions have faded since this post:
This year, the patio furniture went from black to colors.
Sometimes, I match the dishes to the chairs. ;-)
This area looks down into our garden.
Okay, now for the front entrance to our home:
Because we have some storage issues, our "hogs" welcome one and all.
By American standards our home is quite small: 1400 sq ft.,
so we become creative.
We will likely downsize even more someday;
hence, I am always working on dejunking and organizing
in preparation for smaller place.
It's kinda' fun and it keeps me busy.
The "hogs" even have their own designated painted parking spaces. ;-)
The cement is painted to look like a wood floor:
The holes you see are for drainage, as water accumulates here.
(This was my bright idea - it doesn't work, so do not try this at home. )
And a rug is painted on top of the floor, as well.
Oh lookie, lookie, another heart rag rug!
(Not painted on.)
Consider yourself spared from the heart rugs (but not the clocks) on this week long tour.
There were more.
Through these doors is where we exit this tour.
Thanks for following along.
It's been so nice to have you!
From our home to yours,
we wish you a day full of love!