The Bride Wore…A Jumpsuit?

Picture a small garden wedding. Now picture the bride wearing a simple, white jumpsuit. A bit unexpected and fun, right?

anthropologiewhitechinojumpsuitFashion details- Anthropologie cotton chino spandex jumpsuit with back patch pockets and sash.

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January/February- Person, Place & Thing

portraitofabbie1017-optPerson- The hard part of trying to learn photography, especially portrait photography, is finding a willing person to pose. Abbe has stepped in to fill the void as model. I took a few test shots of her recently and this is one of them.

ourcountrybarnenclosedside-optPlace– When we bought our farmhouse property it came with a barn. It was one of the first major projects we worked on. Scott enclosed this section (above) for storage. He installed three antique windows and crafted a wooden door around back.

marblepaperblick-optThing- Two sheets of handmade marbleized paper from Blick. What should I do with them?

(Photos- Martha Browne)

A Page From…

…’Stylish Dress Book‘ By Yoshiko Tsukirori

“…We women are always looking for an excuse to dress up, so I’ve designed a series of garments… in hope that they’ll find a treasured space in your wardrobe. Whether it’s to smarten up something casual or to add that perfect touch of elegance for when you’re out and about…”


Decorating With An Anthropologie Bed #3

Here’s the third of three decorating options using this simple wood bed from Anthropologie.

#3. Tribal Mix

anthrobeddecorboho-optLiving in a different part of the world can be as close as stepping into your bedroom. Place a mosquito net over the bed and layer rugs (jute & distressed examples) on the floor. Accessories include an African primitive stool, kuba cloth pillow, string of lights and photograph by Keith Johnson.

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