Some of it's old, some of it's new.
Some of it is from other countries, and some of it is from the backyard.
It's a work in progress, but I love looking around our home and loving what I see.
My dad made the shelf out of a tree that used to be just out of my bedroom window when I was a little girl. I'm not a knickknack-y person, but I do love having this space to put small things I love.
Isn't that shelf beautiful?! The tulip broke off in the storm last night. The print is titled Fashion Show by the Ethiopian artist, Zerihun Seyoum. In the shadow box is an antique spoon rest. I do enjoy a good spot of tea from time to time.
Cupcakes from our wedding.
Print from Kenya. My dad made the frame out of cherry wood. The flowered candle holders are from our honeymoon in Costa Rica. The marble elephant is from India.
Changing Room (I wish I had something lovelier to call it)
Silhouette from A Happy Exchange. Brad made the cork board.
Prints from A Happy Exchange.
Chinese art from my years working for an international adoption agency.
Chinese lanterns instead of a mobile.