Monday, May 3, 2010

On Closer Inspection

First of all a special shout out to my friend Erin-art and gardens.
Those in the flooded areas of TN have had a tragic week.
Although Erin has been affected, she tells me that her family is OK,
but many of her friends and neighbors are not as fortunate.
Would you please keep her in your prayers, and maybe stop on by
her link to the right, and wish them well.

Update: Erin has posted photos of the flood on her blog. I don't believe most of
America realizes how wide spread the damage is.
With a garden party coming up this weekend, it was time to tidy up the
screened porch. While polishing and dusting, I took notice of details that go
unappreciated in the daily to and fro from yard to porch and back.

Vintage raised panel door with chipped paint and a patina
impossible to reproduce today.

A smaller cabinet with three shelves that store the overflow
from the pantry. Touches of green and a treasured lock.

Guarding the door, my angel; every detail worth a second glance.

A cat companion for the angel, with wings of his own.

Z's house on closer inspection.

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amazing photography prints in her Giveaway.

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Julie@beingRUBY said...

Dear SuZan
I was over at Erin's earlier and saw all her pics of the flooded highway.. poor thing.. we get a lot of flooding here in Australia.. but theirs certainly looks bad... looks like she has reposted too.. will go back over..

Now.. on to your post.. love the door... I love old timber.. the look and feel.. has so much warmth.. but these dolls!!! angels... wow.. absolutely fabulous...they're just brilliant... got to go back now and look at them again... [thanks for the plug] xxx Julie

Julie@beingRUBY said...

hahah love the Z'sss ..

Nice and Easy Antiques said...

LOVE your pieces!! So whimsical!!

Beth said...

What a gorgeous post! Truly beautiful objects d' art!

AuroraSuzette said...

Your post hit home about your friend and the flooding. I live in Lewis County, Wa, and we've been through it too, although, luckily, not this year. My home hasn't been affected, but I have friends who lost theirs, and know so many others who suffered.


Hi Suzan, I love the photos you took of your door, they look so beautiful. There is nothing like old worn wood, it reminds me of times long ago. I love your angel and cat angel, so sweet. Your post is totally lovely. Thank you for sharing.

Shabbyrosetreasure said...

Oh my flooding is super spooky, prayers and i will stop by to wish her well. i love all of your shabby chippiness, makes my toes twinkle and do a fairy dance. stop by,

June said...

Z I can never get enough of the inside of your beautiful home. It just speaks to me. I KNOW that I would love it there. Sitting with you on your sofa yaking till the wee hours of the morning is a dream I hope to fulfill someday. Everything is just so awesome in this post...I can't get enough!
Hugs, hugs and more hugs

clustres said...

Ah, that chippy paint beautiful!

erin said...

thank you so much for your thoughts! i don't think nashville is getting enough coverage on this! what with the oil spill and bomb scare........we need help! thank you friend :0)

Atticmag said...

Love that paint on the porch! Jane F

Sue said...

I love the photos of the door. Nothing calls my name more than the old, crackly paint. Thanks for sharing, happy WW!
Take care, Sue

Faded Charm said...

Thank you for the sweet comment, Suzan. I love all the great friends I've met through blogging.

Loving all your great white patina!

Enjoy your week!


Boxwood Cottage said...

Love your chippy old doors "Z"!
And the fab guardian angel!
Oh and I wish I could attend your garden party!!!
xoxo~ Carola


Hi Suzan, Thank you for your visit and thank you for your kind comment. I just wanted to stop by and say "Hi".

Bead and Needle said...

Beautiful, as always - am keeping all of those affected by the tornados and flooding in my thoughts. We lived through major flooding in St. Louis in 93 - NOT fun! You don't realize just HOW devastating it is until you're actually in the middle of it all!