Monday, April 4, 2016

Lazy Days at Shadymont

It's Spring at Shadymont.  Today is quite cool, but the flowers are blooming, the trees are budding, the hosta has popped out of the ground, and the tulips have come and gone.  

These two photos were taken from my daughter's yard.

For two and half days last week, I worked on making a slip cover for my daughter's sofa.  The sofa is a green and red plaid one that we gave her several years ago, and had already been used by my MIL.  It no longer matched things in her family room, so she ordered blue and white ticking, and I used it to make a cover.

It turned out pretty good, and goes with the blue denim sofa and red/white gingham chair and ottoman she has in here.  She's changing her decor style from a beachy vibe to farm house.  I will share everything when she is through and allows me to.  She's doing a fabulous job.

Here is a table she found last week at a nearby consignment shop. It's all beat up and so full of character.  It weighs a ton!!

We just finished red/white buffalo checked drapes for this room, but she's waiting for her bay window rods to be delivered.

I haven't done any projects lately at my house.  I moved this ladder into the sun room, but don't know if I'll leave it here. I'll probably use it on the screened porch again to hold plants.

Love hydrangeas, real and faux.  These are faux!

I found this vintage Wilendur tablecloth several years ago for $4 at a yard sale. Perfect condition!!

I like spending time in this chaise.  It's a great place to read or just have some quiet time.

Are you enjoying some lazy Spring days, or are you in the midst of lots of projects? 

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