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She's a Little Bit Country & I'm a Little Bit Rock & Roll

Today I am sharing a little work from a dear (& crazy talented) friend, Laura from Finding Home.  



We met last year at Haven & instantly hit it off.  We have stayed in touch via the blog world since then & have had similar experiences along the way.  We both have been published! & we both have had (well I am having) Joss & Main sales!  Pretty cool to have such similar growth during the same time period with someone you consider a friend. 

We have a lot in common.  Especially our love and admiration for Emily Henderson!  We both love vintage finds, a gold accent & can appreciate each other's style even though it is not our own.  We thought it would be fun to compare & contrast a few of our similarities in design to prove that any of these items can translate to any style  


I mean... who doesn't love a well styled built in?  I love the little vintage elements that fill Laura's bookcases.  That little truck, the initials & the globe are my personal faves. Mine have the back painted allowing the white ceramics to pop against the background.


We both love gathering & assembling Gallery Walls.  I simply adore the items (not just photos) that are incorporated into this amazing arrangement.  While Chloe's has all images, I kept it interesting by mixing up the photography & artwork styles.


Anyone who can appreciate a bold piece of furniture is a friend of mine!  This stunning blue perfectly suits this darling end table.  My green roadside relic was saved via spray paint & some tlc.


This decoupaged map desk in her tween daughter's room is so creative & completely on trend with all the map decor lately.  Plus, it's educational right?!?  I also took an turn at modifying some geography by turning a thrift store globe into a birth announcement for my daughter.


I think we both agree that a cloche vignette can do no wrong.  Once you place anything under a cloche or bell jar it instantly becomes something special.

Just because you don't relate to a certain style, doesn't mean you can't draw inspiration from it!  I am constantly inspired by my sweet friend & I hope you are too.  For more of Laura's Projects go here, decorating tips go here & her stunning House Tour go here.



xo-K
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7 comments:

  1. What a neat idea! I see that I'm a little bit of both:)

    Also, just noticed your daughter was born on my anniversary:-)

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  2. This was fun to see. Love this post and both of your homes are beautiful!

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  3. I'm so glad I found your blog a few months ago, not only do I love your work I love this post and you recognize just because something may not be your style doesn't mean you can't appreciate it and think its beautiful! Too many people aren't able to open their minds to that lesson! I love how you both love the same things but are able to make them look so different! This would be a fun series showing 2 bloggers, 1 item and how it's used!

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  4. Fun post! I will have to check out her blog! Thanks for sharing! xo Kristin

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