Tuesday, April 3, 2012


I am so sorry I have not blogged in so long.  I have been OBSESSED with Pinterest!
I hope to come back to my blog eventually but for now please follow me on Pinterest - Feathered Nest

Thursday, February 2, 2012


When building your home, you want to be sure to take advantage of whatever beautiful views you may have. Whether views of the water, farm land or simply a blossoming tree, do your best to situate windows that provide you with a picture of the optimal landscape.

Now if I could only move in to any of these...

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Thursday, January 26, 2012

The Display Dilemma...

When organizing your kitchen, if you have exposed shelving, you may come up with the dilemma of how you should display whatever it is you choose to place on these shelves. While you want it to appear casual and not totally staged, you also want it to look pretty.

If you are trying to figure out how to display items on your kitchen shelves, maybe these pictures can help...

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Tuesday, January 17, 2012


Do you like exposed brick? I am definitely a fan as long as it is authentic. I have seen exposed brick that was obviously constructed as a design element rather than an original structural part of the space and it does not work. However, if it is original brickwork and the design surrounding it is done right, it can be amazing!

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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Kids Dream Home...

When people think of modern homes, they automatically assume cold and museum like, a place not suitable or comfortable for a young family. However, imagine a beautiful, eco-friendly modern home that was specifically built with the family in mind?

That is what British architect Alex Michaelis created for his family of five in London. Seriously, for all of those that hate on modern design, you cannot deny this house is pretty fabulous!