Tuesday, December 9, 2008

The tour continues...

I'm not very happy with the pictures I'm taking, so I called Anne to give me some pointers. Disclaimer: The following pictures were taken before I talked to her because I'm too tired to take more but, hopefully, with her guidance, I can take some better ones of the rest of the house. She thinks I'm trying to fit too much into a picture which then makes it not as interesting. I love the ones she takes on her blog, so we'll see if she's a good teacher or not. Hey, Anne, the pressure is on!



This is the other guest bedroom. Anne claims it as hers even though she has a vacation home here in Bend. I think she liked it when she was in her "red phase", because as you can see, there's no pink in here. Hubby made the headboards and the little red benches at the end of the beds. My mom will stay in this room over the holidays.



The quilt stays up all year.


Hubby made the white cabinet. (Anne, sorry about the partial showing of the TV) LOL.


Got this cabinet at a FolkArt show in Pleasanton, CA.


And the bathroom for this room. I see what she means... I should have just taken a shot of the little picture because the toilet isn't really something we need to see. Tee Hee.


Tomorrow, the hallway!


Oh, if you want to see more pictures of Folkart Gatherings Too, go over to Jodi's blog. She took some really great pictures.





18 comments:

Stephanie said...

I didn't think I could like a room better than the one you showed yesterday. Well I love this one too! Beautiful color on the walls.

cynthialeedesigns said...

I love this room as much as the other guest room. I really like red and white together and it looks great in your guest room.

Anonymous said...

What a very sweet guest room. Lucky Mom...I think your husband is quite talented as a carpenter.
Nice work. Love the quilt.Louise

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Your husband is a talented carpenter...love the red benches and the hanging quilt.
Rondell

Joan said...

Another fantastic room.

Kathie said...

oh I just want to come over right now and see all of these rooms in person!
OH I love the guest room, the quilt on the wall I LOVE LOVE LOVE and that snowman pillow just toooo cute.
beautiful pictures and thank you so much for sharing your home with us.

Carol said...

Anne, what a wonderful house tour...you better watch out...we're all going to be lined up at your front door for a night in your guest rooms. LOL!

Simply This and That said...

What an adorable room! Oh so cute!

Linda said...

I love all the special touches in each quest room. Either would be a wonderful place to stay!!

Darlene said...

I'm coming over, too. Awesome and stunning home. How about a retreat at your house for bloggers? LOL!

Beth said...

I love that room too! Can I stay at your house next time I'm in Bend visiting my family? LOL

Sipiweske Quilts said...

Love the red accents - very nice. AND I really love the quilt that you leave up all year - very, very nice. You can come to my house when you're done with yours! - Marlene

happy zombie said...

I can almost smell hot cider looking at your beautiful photos! Lovin' your tour of your beautiful and festive home, Anne! I love your decorations!

yellowfarmhouse said...

Hey is this the room I would stay in if I come to visit - it's beautiful and I love that quilt and that red cabinet would be perfect in my house :). Didn't know that hubby was a woodworker - talent runs in the family I see. Love the toilet picture, LOL.

Hugs - Karen - smarty pants

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Loving the tour! So fun to see your stuff.

Carrie P. said...

Your decorations are lovely. That quilt should definitely stay up all year. It is gorgeous.

Red Geranium Cottage said...

Do they still have that Folkart show in Pleasanton? We havent had it here in quite awhile. I used to go all the time when I lived up there. Love that red cabinet. Your photos are wonderful. No worries.

ozjane said...

Love the beautiful neat twin bed spare room.
I sent a picture of it to a couple of my close friends who know what a mess mine gets into and suggested that mine would be like that when I get to be a big girl.
I need to do a mega sort out after the Christmas things are put back in crates and in the shed and somehow a good deal of the spare rolls of wadding, left over things to sort since my Mum died in '03 and the crazy quilting bags I laid on one bed a while back.
Getting old is not fun. More toys and less energy. They were perfectly tidy.........once.