Crestwood Peninsula, Flowery Branch, Georgia

Good morning!  Before we set out today, I want to say thank you to faithful reader and commenter Karen, of the beautiful blog Garden, Home and Party for featuring If It Were Mine yesterday.  Karen has a great eye and a lot of design expertise, especially with garden design, so her encouragement means a lot.  I love this whole blog experience.  Karen & I have never met, but she's a true friend.

Back when I was cruising the listings in Flowery Branch, Georgia, I came across this pretty house that's definitely worth a visit.

Nice living room, don't you think? 

This is by designer Meg Braff.  I'd like to keep our beams dark, though, especially if we had a darker coffee table to balance them and the mirror.  That lively Quadrille fabric will set our color scheme for this house.

Around the corner is the dining area.

This ship-shape space is by Lauren Haskett. I like the trestle table and Tolix chairs, but I especially like how the valance ties into both the living room and the kitchen, as you'll see. 

This cute kitchen has tin cabinet door inserts that coordinate nicely with the countertops. That tin led me down a Pinterest rabbit trail of other pretty kitchens featuring tin.

Hmm, maybe we could put in a vintage stove, like this one shown in This Old House Magazine. 

Also, just for fun, I had to show you these tin refrigerator panels by artist Tim Arellanos.

Above the garage is unfinished space, just waiting for inspiration.

I saw this image on Kelly's wonderful blog, Talk of the House.  This is one of her inspiration photos for a similar space that she has. I'm sure her finished room will be just as stylish and cozy as this one.  

This house sure provides some fun decorating daydreams, doesn't it?  Thanks for stopping by!

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