By Invitation Only….Camelot!

Hi there, its our monthly By Invitation Only post and this is it until the fall! (We are taking a break during the summer months since everyone will be scattered about during the summer). Marsha of Splenderosa? came up with the concept of each of us posting on Camelot. Open to interpretation…..it will be fun? to see what all the girls in the group come up with!

For me first and foremost the first image that comes to mind is of JFK and Jackie….but of course! How could it not! They signified an American Camelot, don’t you agree? So I have to start this post off with a picture of the iconic couple……..

Then I started thinking about a modern day Camelot. What does it mean? What would it look like?? Camelot, the mythical magical castle supposedly that belonged to King Arthur is still a mystery, its true location never really known. Yet the term Camelot stays so alive in our imaginations, talked about from generation to generation….a testament to how important it is for us to dream and to aspire, old and young alike.

So just roll with me here! I came up with an inside and outside look at what my own modern day Camelot might look like (in my overactive imagination)! This is what I came up with, just think a timeless classic gem, one that will stand the test of time………….where everything is beautiful and the simple pleasures are enjoyed and cherished in the most elegant way possible!

?Where the long shady driveway might look like this…….

?Passing the horses grazing along the way up to the house…….

The “greeting committee” at Camelot…..

Camelot…a home that befits such a name
?With an elegant front porch that looks something like this….perfect for early morning coffee and watching the sun come up…..

Where canines rule, no room is off limits!

?Where the rear foyer might open onto a beautiful manicured field like this…….
?Where pristine and perfect gardens are everywhere you look…….
And secret gardens wait for your discovery!

A home where every room, though grand and gorgeous, has a feeling of “worn in elegance” that beckons you in…..

?Where the guest rooms rival that of the finest hotels you have ever stayed in
With a bathroom and tub to match……

And where slippers like these are waiting for you to slip into….. (you’re not surprised are you)?

?And where the sitting rooms, a rhapsody of blue and white invite you to linger for hours…..

And monogrammed everything is de rigeur ….

Where all the foods for the daily meals are centered around what’s picked from the garden that morning..rest assured it’s delicious!

?Breathtaking views can be expected from every window over at Camelot!
Even that of the porte cochere which houses a collection of fabulous vintage roadsters….

Camelot, a place where time really does stand still, long enough to sit down and write an old fashioned thank you note (no texting or emailing a thank you allowed)!

A grand drawing room where everyone gathers after dinner for a little nightcap

And smaller intimate spaces that beg you to get cozy in with a great book…..

A ballroom sized kitchen that can accommodate prepping for parties for hundreds and hundreds…..

A dining room that can handle heads? of state, heated family debates and lengthy formal dinners of all kinds…….

Camelot…a place with more than one reading room….for all those books you have nothing but time to devour!

Where closets are the stuff girly girl dreams are made of!

?Meals are always a white tablecloth, silver charger, and fancy linens affair…….

?Where daily crisp white linens are changed on the bed and finished with a spritz of lavender spray

And where urns of beautiful flowers and plants are changed weekly…….

A place where picnics are? commonplace
?

And when you aren’t going on a picnic you might ride for acres and acres on your own mare or stallion

And when you come back, look what might be waiting for you…a chilled mint julep in a monogrammed cup!

Camelot, a home where legendary Christmas’s are right? out of a storybook…….
And where the drawing room can be converted to a beautiful ballroom for a family wedding

?Where a gorgeous little gazebo at the waters edge holds your personal small boat for when you want to jaunt”across the lake” to catch a drink or late day coffee with a friend…….
?Holding your chinoiserie umbrella of course! (and yes this includes the glass of Bordeaux you see there)!!

Well as they say if you are going to dream you? might as well dream B I G, right? One can dream! I always say I was born in the wrong era, society moves too fast for me today, I want it to slow dooooooown. WAY down. This modern day Camelot certainly would be quite a fantasy as life is so fast paced today, I find it is harder to take the time to really enjoy the simple pleasures in life. I think Camelot is a vision and a concept of magical perfection more than anything else, very much alive? in our imaginations that has been revered and celebrated for centuries.

True, this doesn’t apply to 99.9% of us, but I think we can all have our own little Camelots…..by making our own homes places we love to live in, share with others and fill with love. We can all buy fresh flowers, light beautiful candles, play beautiful music…..all the pretty little touches that can bring a little “Camelot” into our lives, what do you think? How do you see your personal Camelot?

If you want to see more interpretations of Camelot and I can assure you there will be many worth seeing, click here to visit the very talented, fearless leader of BIO, Marsha of Splenderosa…where there are links to all the other bloggers who have participated.

Thanks for stopping in and don’t forget to visit here to be eligible for one of four fabulous giveaways all in honor of Mothers Day!
(You must leave a comment on that post to be eligible to win the goodies)!

By Invitation Only….Camelot!

Hi there, its our monthly By Invitation Only post and this is it until the fall! (We are taking a break during the summer months since everyone will be scattered about during the summer). Marsha of Splenderosa  came up with the concept of each of us posting on Camelot. Open to interpretation…..it will be fun  to see what all the girls in the group come up with!

For me first and foremost the first image that comes to mind is of JFK and Jackie….but of course! How could it not! They signified an American Camelot, don’t you agree? So I have to start this post off with a picture of the iconic couple……..

Then I started thinking about a modern day Camelot. What does it mean? What would it look like?  Camelot, the mythical magical castle supposedly that belonged to King Arthur is still a mystery, its true location never really known. Yet the term Camelot stays so alive in our imaginations, talked about from generation to generation….a testament to how important it is for us to dream and to aspire, old and young alike.

So just roll with me here! I came up with an inside and outside look at what my own modern day Camelot might look like (in my overactive imagination)! This is what I came up with, just think a timeless classic gem, one that will stand the test of time………….where everything is beautiful and the simple pleasures are enjoyed and cherished in the most elegant way possible!

 Where the long shady driveway might look like this…….

 Passing the horses grazing along the way up to the house…….

The “greeting committee” at Camelot…..

Camelot…a home that befits such a name
 With an elegant front porch that looks something like this….perfect for early morning coffee and watching the sun come up…..

Where canines rule, no room is off limits!

 Where the rear foyer might open onto a beautiful manicured field like this…….
 Where pristine and perfect gardens are everywhere you look…….
And secret gardens wait for your discovery!

A home where every room, though grand and gorgeous, has a feeling of “worn in elegance” that beckons you in…..

 Where the guest rooms rival that of the finest hotels you have ever stayed in
With a bathroom and tub to match……

And where slippers like these are waiting for you to slip into….. (you’re not surprised are you)?

 And where the sitting rooms, a rhapsody of blue and white invite you to linger for hours…..

And monogrammed everything is de rigeur ….

Where all the foods for the daily meals are centered around what’s picked from the garden that morning..rest assured it’s delicious!

 Breathtaking views can be expected from every window over at Camelot!
Even that of the porte cochere which houses a collection of fabulous vintage roadsters….

Camelot, a place where time really does stand still, long enough to sit down and write an old fashioned thank you note (no texting or emailing a thank you allowed)!

A grand drawing room where everyone gathers after dinner for a little nightcap

And smaller intimate spaces that beg you to get cozy in with a great book…..

A ballroom sized kitchen that can accommodate prepping for parties for hundreds and hundreds…..

A dining room that can handle heads  of state, heated family debates and lengthy formal dinners of all kinds…….

Camelot…a place with more than one reading room….for all those books you have nothing but time to devour!

Where closets are the stuff girly girl dreams are made of!

 Meals are always a white tablecloth, silver charger, and fancy linens affair…….

 Where daily crisp white linens are changed on the bed and finished with a spritz of lavender spray

And where urns of beautiful flowers and plants are changed weekly…….

A place where picnics are  commonplace
 

And when you aren’t going on a picnic you might ride for acres and acres on your own mare or stallion

And when you come back, look what might be waiting for you…a chilled mint julep in a monogrammed cup!

Camelot, a home where legendary Christmas’s are right  out of a storybook…….
And where the drawing room can be converted to a beautiful ballroom for a family wedding

 Where a gorgeous little gazebo at the waters edge holds your personal small boat for when you want to jaunt”across the lake” to catch a drink or late day coffee with a friend…….
 Holding your chinoiserie umbrella of course! (and yes this includes the glass of Bordeaux you see there)!!

Well as they say if you are going to dream you  might as well dream B I G, right? One can dream! I always say I was born in the wrong era, society moves too fast for me today, I want it to slow dooooooown. WAY down. This modern day Camelot certainly would be quite a fantasy as life is so fast paced today, I find it is harder to take the time to really enjoy the simple pleasures in life. I think Camelot is a vision and a concept of magical perfection more than anything else, very much alive  in our imaginations that has been revered and celebrated for centuries.

True, this doesn’t apply to 99.9% of us, but I think we can all have our own little Camelots…..by making our own homes places we love to live in, share with others and fill with love. We can all buy fresh flowers, light beautiful candles, play beautiful music…..all the pretty little touches that can bring a little “Camelot” into our lives, what do you think? How do you see your personal Camelot?

If you want to see more interpretations of Camelot and I can assure you there will be many worth seeing, click here to visit the very talented, fearless leader of BIO, Marsha of Splenderosa…where there are links to all the other bloggers who have participated.

Thanks for stopping in and don’t forget to visit here to be eligible for one of four fabulous giveaways all in honor of Mothers Day!
(You must leave a comment on that post to be eligible to win the goodies)!

Enchanted guest #7 say hi to Teresa from Splendid Sass and we have winners!

Good morning everyone, I have a lovely guest post from Teresa of Splendid Sass today but first the giveaway results! WOW, ?I was not expecting such a major response to my celebration for my one year blogging anniversary, it almost felt like I needed an assistant to help me “crunch the numbers” with 436 entrants! Thank you all for participating, I really wish I had a prize for each and every one of you! ?So, without further adieu, the winners for all of the fabulous prizes using random picker are………drumroll please!

GRAND PRIZE, the gorgeous rug goes to……ANN MORCK

PRIZE 1, the yummy pagoda Seda France candle goes to……..TISH JETT

PRIZE 2, the delicious Chinoiserie Seda France candle goes to……AYESHA MARSHALL

PRIZE 3 the pair of king and queen towel/coat hooks goes to……..I DREAM OF

PRIZE 4 the darling French apron goes to……..DELLA

PRIZE 5 The Trish McEvoy makeup kit goes to……….FASHION ISHA


Prize ID Winner ID Public Info Private Info Random Sorting ID Weight
1:RUG
WINNER
1027274 ANNE MORCK 007CEF43-0F01-42A9-8844-08A4BD99468F 1

Prize ID Winner ID Public Info Private Info Random Sorting ID Weight
1: S. FRANCE 1027064 TISH JETT 000EE029-D4D7-4F94-84B6-B4C3BF5FD66B 1
2: S. FRANCE 1026998 ayesha marshall 00884580-3760-4E8D-856A-C0501DE638C4 1
3: CROWN HOOKS 1026945 I dream of 019D0F6D-641B-4634-8500-D0CBCCEC4B90 1
4: FRENCH APRON 1026738 della 01F48E78-3A2C-4356-8F2D-9B3731ABABB1 1
5: TRISH MCEVOY 1026977 fashion isha 0213D123-298B-4523-AD7E-674AAEBE4982 1
Congratulations to each of you. Please contact me ASAP so I can get your shipping details.

You are in for a wonderful treat today from my good blogging friend, Teresa from Splendid Sass. ?I love Teresa’s spin on everything and today she is showing us what she loves about libraries and boy she nails it! ?I really love this post, and am definitely bookmarking this one, Teresa!! Thank you so much for stopping in and to all of you, my readers…..be sure to stop by Splendid Sass, a chock full of beauty blog that you will be happy to have found just like I was when I did many months ago. So here we go…..

I am so happy to be here with Tina, author of one of my very favorite blogs, as a guest while she continues putting the finishing touches on her new castle?home.
My favorite room in the house is the library. It is such private, personal, and warm room, and I can just wrap myself in the cozy decor. ENJOY!

Thank you, Tina, for inviting me to share with your readers. ?I had so much fun visiting!

All images via my Pinterest
See you soon,
Teresa
xoxo

See I told you….this woman knows how to deliver! Thank you Teresa, so many beautiful libraries, I will surely refer back to this post as we start our own and now I am really feeling anxious to get busy, having seen these beauties! If you like what you see, there is much more where this came from….visit Splendid Sass by clicking here. Wishing everyone a fabulous day! Tomorrow I will be bringing you what I believe is my final house updates post, as it looks like we are really finally about to move!! ?Can you believe it! Wishing you a fabulous day. Stay tuned……

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Enchanted guest #7 say hi to Teresa from Splendid Sass and we have winners!

Good morning everyone, I have a lovely guest post from Teresa of Splendid Sass today but first the giveaway results! WOW,  I was not expecting such a major response to my celebration for my one year blogging anniversary, it almost felt like I needed an assistant to help me “crunch the numbers” with 436 entrants! Thank you all for participating, I really wish I had a prize for each and every one of you!  So, without further adieu, the winners for all of the fabulous prizes using random picker are………drumroll please!

GRAND PRIZE, the gorgeous rug goes to……ANN MORCK

PRIZE 1, the yummy pagoda Seda France candle goes to……..TISH JETT

PRIZE 2, the delicious Chinoiserie Seda France candle goes to……AYESHA MARSHALL

PRIZE 3 the pair of king and queen towel/coat hooks goes to……..I DREAM OF

PRIZE 4 the darling French apron goes to……..DELLA

PRIZE 5 The Trish McEvoy makeup kit goes to……….FASHION ISHA


Prize ID Winner ID Public Info Private Info Random Sorting ID Weight
1:RUG
WINNER
1027274 ANNE MORCK 007CEF43-0F01-42A9-8844-08A4BD99468F 1

Prize ID Winner ID Public Info Private Info Random Sorting ID Weight
1: S. FRANCE 1027064 TISH JETT 000EE029-D4D7-4F94-84B6-B4C3BF5FD66B 1
2: S. FRANCE 1026998 ayesha marshall 00884580-3760-4E8D-856A-C0501DE638C4 1
3: CROWN HOOKS 1026945 I dream of 019D0F6D-641B-4634-8500-D0CBCCEC4B90 1
4: FRENCH APRON 1026738 della 01F48E78-3A2C-4356-8F2D-9B3731ABABB1 1
5: TRISH MCEVOY 1026977 fashion isha 0213D123-298B-4523-AD7E-674AAEBE4982 1
Congratulations to each of you. Please contact me ASAP so I can get your shipping details.

You are in for a wonderful treat today from my good blogging friend, Teresa from Splendid Sass.  I love Teresa’s spin on everything and today she is showing us what she loves about libraries and boy she nails it!  I really love this post, and am definitely bookmarking this one, Teresa!! Thank you so much for stopping in and to all of you, my readers…..be sure to stop by Splendid Sass, a chock full of beauty blog that you will be happy to have found just like I was when I did many months ago. So here we go…..

I am so happy to be here with Tina, author of one of my very favorite blogs, as a guest while she continues putting the finishing touches on her new castle home.
My favorite room in the house is the library. It is such private, personal, and warm room, and I can just wrap myself in the cozy decor. ENJOY!

Thank you, Tina, for inviting me to share with your readers.  I had so much fun visiting!

All images via my Pinterest
See you soon,
Teresa
xoxo

See I told you….this woman knows how to deliver! Thank you Teresa, so many beautiful libraries, I will surely refer back to this post as we start our own and now I am really feeling anxious to get busy, having seen these beauties! If you like what you see, there is much more where this came from….visit Splendid Sass by clicking here. Wishing everyone a fabulous day! Tomorrow I will be bringing you what I believe is my final house updates post, as it looks like we are really finally about to move!!  Can you believe it! Wishing you a fabulous day. Stay tuned……

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Making a case for bookcases

Good morning, went on a photo session at the new house yesterday on our almost 80 DEGREE DAY yesterday, yes you heard right! But the site wasn’t cooperating this morning in uploading photos so I will try again tomorrow morning and do a house update. Don’t you just love bookcases? How about the way they instantly warm up a room and add character and interest to a space? I love them and their ability to transform and warm up a room. In today’s decor you see them everywhere, no longer are they just reserved for libraries, they are seen in bedrooms, living rooms,dining room even kitchens! There is no where that a bookcase doesn’t look just fabulous. So here is a little slide show to prove my point and case on why I think bookshelves should be in every home! Painted, stained, kept natural..there are no hard fast rules. You see sconces now placed on them, paintings hung on their shelves, there is nothing that is off limits. Sometimes even the back walls are painted and that’s when it gets really interesting! Where do you like to see bookcases? Do you like them chock full of books or do you prefer them more for showcasing interesting objects? Do you like them painted or stained? Love to know your thoughts!?



Love this cozy reading alcove…rich colors and tall bookshelves..fabulous looking!
Bookcases in a living room can add a lot of interest, texture and even color, Katie Leede
Pretty pair of painted bookcases flank a fireplace, Elle Decor
Gorgeous black painted walls and bookshelves by Tria Giovan
Graham Moss chose a lively green to paint the back wall of these bookcases
Love tall arched topped bookcases as in this stunning antiqued pine library, private home
A curved bookcase with the inside wall painted yellow to house a beautiful maritime collection ala Martha Stewart
Wall to wall bookcases in a rich wood full of books and interesting objects is a great way to fill up a space and make an ecelectic room
Love adding bookcases in small unexpected niches like above, Brooks and Falotico
Pieter Estersohn filled the bookcases in this living room with?books and interesting objects
I think the bookcases work well in this room, designer Courtney Giles
Love the wall to wall bookcases here in this Manhattan bedroom, Katie Leede
Plum Interiors kept things light and airy in this pretty soft toned room
Locati chose black painted wall to wall bookcases to furnish this pretty den/music room
Glossy red painted bookcases by Sherill Canet
Love the painted black bookcases in Aerin Lauders library
When a wall of bookcases become part of a multi functional room such as is this dining room/hangout room,makes it look so inviting… atticmag
Love the richness of the wood against the crisp glossy black of the piano..strikingly beautiful!
A low wall of bookshelves is utilitarian while not taking away from this breathtaking view, Howard Backen
Bookcases as interpreted by Ralph Lauren
Brooke Astors famous red lacquered library…quite stunning!
Exquisite bookshelves decorated by Charles Faudree
Dramatic rich wood tall bookcases holds a serious collection of books, Francine Coffey
Suzanne Lovell used dramatic wall to wall bookcases in a dark java wood for this fabulous living room high in the sky
Frank Roop went with a boxed version of bookcases in this modern dining room
A rich dark cherry library is just a classic and I imagine always will be, Odhner Woodworkers
If you are serious about your cookbooks, then bookshelves in the kitchen is a great idea!
Love the rich browns complimented by the orange in this attractive?office, Sherill Canet
Miles Redd designed cozy painted bookcases for this intimate and elegant bedroom
Love the gray with the black here..so handsome
Bookcases always add so much interest to a bedroom, Elle Decor
Erik Kvalsvik filled these bookcases chock full with books…it sure gives the room a well lived in and cozy feeling
Love the vibe and rich colors of this fabulous red library room, Aerin Lauders apartment
Circa Interiors designed this elegant antique pine bookcase unit housed with the mantle
A pair of simple black modern bookcases flank the over sized white mantle, Laurel Ridge Homes
A gorgeous wall of bookcases is stunning in a living room, Morgancreek
Kathy Abbot painted these bookcases a moss green and filled it to the brim with an orderly and colorful collection of leather bound books
Gorgeous rich colored and layered room with bookcases flanking the fireplace,Southern Accents
Proof that if you really want a bookcase no matter how small the space, you can make it work! Rinfret Interiors
A wall of bookcases filled with lots of colorful books adds interest to this quirky room, Decorpad
Candler Lloyd went with dark distressed woods for these built in bookcases
Tall french bookcases with glass doors are so elegant in this formal living room
Glass faced bookcases always make a pretty statement, Decorpad
How about a beautiful bookcase in a foyer? Love it! Mona Haaj
Do you like prints and paintings hung in front of bookcases? House Beautiful
Another example of how effective painting the back wall of a bookcase can be, Martha Stewart
Would love to know if you have a favorite..and if you like bookcases as much as I do…and do you like them in any room or do you like them just in libraries and family rooms? (was that starting to have a “green eggs and ham ring to it or is it me?) Is there a special way you like to dress or accessorize a bookcase? Do tell! Hope you have an enchanting day!

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Making a case for bookcases

Good morning, went on a photo session at the new house yesterday on our almost 80 DEGREE DAY yesterday, yes you heard right! But the site wasn’t cooperating this morning in uploading photos so I will try again tomorrow morning and do a house update. Don’t you just love bookcases? How about the way they instantly warm up a room and add character and interest to a space? I love them and their ability to transform and warm up a room. In today’s decor you see them everywhere, no longer are they just reserved for libraries, they are seen in bedrooms, living rooms,dining room even kitchens! There is no where that a bookcase doesn’t look just fabulous. So here is a little slide show to prove my point and case on why I think bookshelves should be in every home! Painted, stained, kept natural..there are no hard fast rules. You see sconces now placed on them, paintings hung on their shelves, there is nothing that is off limits. Sometimes even the back walls are painted and that’s when it gets really interesting! Where do you like to see bookcases? Do you like them chock full of books or do you prefer them more for showcasing interesting objects? Do you like them painted or stained? Love to know your thoughts! 

Love this cozy reading alcove…rich colors and tall bookshelves..fabulous looking!
Bookcases in a living room can add a lot of interest, texture and even color, Katie Leede
Pretty pair of painted bookcases flank a fireplace, Elle Decor
Gorgeous black painted walls and bookshelves by Tria Giovan
Graham Moss chose a lively green to paint the back wall of these bookcases
Love tall arched topped bookcases as in this stunning antiqued pine library, private home
A curved bookcase with the inside wall painted yellow to house a beautiful maritime collection ala Martha Stewart
Wall to wall bookcases in a rich wood full of books and interesting objects is a great way to fill up a space and make an ecelectic room
Love adding bookcases in small unexpected niches like above, Brooks and Falotico
Pieter Estersohn filled the bookcases in this living room with books and interesting objects
I think the bookcases work well in this room, designer Courtney Giles
Love the wall to wall bookcases here in this Manhattan bedroom, Katie Leede
Plum Interiors kept things light and airy in this pretty soft toned room
Locati chose black painted wall to wall bookcases to furnish this pretty den/music room
Glossy red painted bookcases by Sherill Canet
Love the painted black bookcases in Aerin Lauders library
When a wall of bookcases become part of a multi functional room such as is this dining room/hangout room,makes it look so inviting… atticmag
Love the richness of the wood against the crisp glossy black of the piano..strikingly beautiful!
A low wall of bookshelves is utilitarian while not taking away from this breathtaking view, Howard Backen
Bookcases as interpreted by Ralph Lauren
Brooke Astors famous red lacquered library…quite stunning!
Exquisite bookshelves decorated by Charles Faudree
Dramatic rich wood tall bookcases holds a serious collection of books, Francine Coffey
Suzanne Lovell used dramatic wall to wall bookcases in a dark java wood for this fabulous living room high in the sky
Frank Roop went with a boxed version of bookcases in this modern dining room
A rich dark cherry library is just a classic and I imagine always will be, Odhner Woodworkers
If you are serious about your cookbooks, then bookshelves in the kitchen is a great idea!
Love the rich browns complimented by the orange in this attractive office, Sherill Canet
Miles Redd designed cozy painted bookcases for this intimate and elegant bedroom
Love the gray with the black here..so handsome
Bookcases always add so much interest to a bedroom, Elle Decor
Erik Kvalsvik filled these bookcases chock full with books…it sure gives the room a well lived in and cozy feeling
Love the vibe and rich colors of this fabulous red library room, Aerin Lauders apartment
Circa Interiors designed this elegant antique pine bookcase unit housed with the mantle
A pair of simple black modern bookcases flank the over sized white mantle, Laurel Ridge Homes
A gorgeous wall of bookcases is stunning in a living room, Morgancreek
Kathy Abbot painted these bookcases a moss green and filled it to the brim with an orderly and colorful collection of leather bound books
Gorgeous rich colored and layered room with bookcases flanking the fireplace,Southern Accents
Proof that if you really want a bookcase no matter how small the space, you can make it work! Rinfret Interiors
A wall of bookcases filled with lots of colorful books adds interest to this quirky room, Decorpad
Candler Lloyd went with dark distressed woods for these built in bookcases
Tall french bookcases with glass doors are so elegant in this formal living room
Glass faced bookcases always make a pretty statement, Decorpad
How about a beautiful bookcase in a foyer? Love it! Mona Haaj
Do you like prints and paintings hung in front of bookcases? House Beautiful
Another example of how effective painting the back wall of a bookcase can be, Martha Stewart
Would love to know if you have a favorite..and if you like bookcases as much as I do…and do you like them in any room or do you like them just in libraries and family rooms? (was that starting to have a “green eggs and ham ring to it or is it me?) Is there a special way you like to dress or accessorize a bookcase? Do tell! Hope you have an enchanting day!

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