fbpx

Fresh Classic

Historically Inspired: Just How Fresh Can an Old House Get?

By American standards, I live in an old, OLD house. It isn’t First Period or anything, but 1790 is about as early as it gets in most parts. Luckily, being built late in the 18th century, our house doesn’t have the low ceilings of earlier saltboxes or Georgians, and the windows are pretty big compared to […]

Historically Inspired: Just How Fresh Can an Old House Get? Read More »

The Knotty Pine Paneling Problem: 3 Alternatives to Painting It All

    Knotty pine wood paneling has long been a staple of summer cottage/cabin construction and, the 1950s-1970s, was completely ubiquitous in even primary residences. Look around the web, and you’ll find tons of blog posts about why and how to paint over pine, but today we’ll go through when it’s appropriate to keep it

The Knotty Pine Paneling Problem: 3 Alternatives to Painting It All Read More »

So Granny Chic: High Quality Brown Furniture is Always en “Vogue”

And I mean literally. In its May issue, the ever-au courant Vogue magazine actually gives nine tips on why and how you should “Steal Your Grandma’s Style.” So, while I have always loved traditional Granny Chic and have incorporated a number of style elements in my own rooms, now, at last, it is a cool thing to do.

So Granny Chic: High Quality Brown Furniture is Always en “Vogue” Read More »

What’s Old Is New: Blue and White Chinois Ceramics Get a Painterly Update

Hello everyone (or probably no one, seeing as this is a new business and my very first post :), and welcome to Home Glow! Before we get to my post on the latest chinois restyle, a little about me…. Those who know me know that, though I can’t throw together an outfit for Saturday night,

What’s Old Is New: Blue and White Chinois Ceramics Get a Painterly Update Read More »

Scroll to Top
Scroll to Top

Home Style Compatibility QUIZ!

Have you tried decorating your home with that all elusive “mix”…

yet nothing seems to work?