Monday, November 28, 2011

Little Green Notebook….luv ya!

What a treat to come home and find my err... our Living room on Jenny in the hoods' blog

The Little Green Notebook.


I mean come on…who hasn’t dreamed of picking up and moving to a loft in NYC with beautiful family in tow… like Jenny did?

Can’t be just me. right? right?

Anyway….Oy. I think I kinda hate seeing my rooms in “print” …blog print. you get it right?

Do other folks 185 lb Great Danes mush down their furniture just so? No? thought so.

Thanks Jenny in the hood.

You are good. Jenny in the hood.

ok. done.


Unknown said...

Congrats thats huge!

Kelley said...

Linda, your home is so unique and different and truly wonderful. I would suspect that anyone who walks through the door feels a great vibe and sense of who you and your family are!

best, kelley

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

Hi, Linda! Wow, that is your living room, totally impressed. it is gorgeous. Thanks for stopping by & yes, this blogworld is truly amazing. There are a few of us GIers who are carrying on thru our blogs. So nice to know you & Pat too. It has been a very interesting journey for sure.

lorenabr said...

Lovely! :)

Mary said...

Your living room looks amazing! You have so many unique things going on in there, I love it!

Sydney Steenland said...

Very, very nice, you must be stoked.
Sar x

Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen said...

Very, very nice. You must be extremely pleased.

Leah Moss said...

I loved seeing it, Linda! And yes, I totally get the dog smuching except ours is a muddy-pawed ridgeback. However, that thought didn't even enter my mind when looking at yours. All I could think was ahhhh so soothing and so lively and personal all at once. I think I need a little sub-tropic in my life :)

Unknown said...

So cool. Gorgeous room, Linda. I don't see dog smushing, just a room for a mag cover!

Kelly@Bungalow Blue said...

I was so excited to see your living room on Jenny's blog this morning! Everything is so cozy and inviting-I want to curl up under that beautiful art wall and read a book. :)

Between Blue and Yellow said...

Your home looks lovely! I had a question about your floors, are they concrete or wood? And what is acid stained? The reason I ask is because we want to do our basement concrete floor and like the look of yours.

Renae Moore said...

Love it Girl...and I adore you...your sees of humor and your way with words!

Great LR space.


rjerdee said...

Lookin' good, Linda, and I see that new blue wall beyond the arch! The green fronds are so extravagant, girl!

anon Susan said...

What a huge compliment!!!! Your living room looks wonderful!! I love the well worn down furniture that your pup sits on. Ours do the same thing. That's want makes a house a home. :)
Anon Susan

Melissa said...

GORGEOUS!!!! So, so jealous!

Sush said...

So what you should be saying is:
'Can't touch this!'


somepinkflowers said...

{{ aren't we
The Fortunate Ones
to pick our
~~palm fronds~~
for free!


loving your use here,
i do...

{{ i am dogless
these days
due to travel
so i think a Large Dog
is grand
4 U!

i did once have
an old English sheep dog
who cleaned
my kitchen
floor without prompting...}}

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

Between Blue and yellow...They are stained concrete...8-9 years old, mellowed through time. Acid stained is using acid to work with (and color) the lime in the concrete. Good luck to you!!

A Sheepdog named Hoover...I die!!! Adorable!

Lisa said...

I never tire of seeing your beautiful and unique home. Thanks for sharing!


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