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Tuesday, January 5, 2010

New Year Decor -The Evolution" Continues. . .


Happy New Year!  Our Christmas tree is down, decorations are stored and cookies are eaten.  If only the holiday bills are paid!  For me, a new year brings change, so I'll continue adding more French flair to my shabby PINK decor this year.  I will ALWAYS love shabby PINK chic/white cottage style, but can't a girl have it all?  Here are a few of my latest "French" details (I laugh at myself because I've never been to France, so how do I know if what I like is REALLY "French?")


14 comments:

Kathy said...

It's all really pretty, Cindy. My husband and I went to France for the summer in 1971. I wish I could go back now that I'm a grown up! I think I would appreciate it a lot more now. Ah, well, I'll just have to conjure up some memories!
xo...Kathy

The Tattered Cottage said...

I'm doing a little french decor around my house also. I haven't been to France either, but I know what I like and I love all of your "frenchiness" and that you are staying true to your shabby pink. Could you share with me where you got those FABULOUS crowns that are on your corner cabinet???
Hugs,
Toni

Mary Ellen (megardengal) said...

Love your room!! The door is gorgeous-do you etch the glass?

I love the crowns in the corner piece- so sweet!! And your mantle looks divine!

Atelier de Charo said...

Amazing, it's so Shabby French. Congratulations!!!
Hugs
Charo

Marsha (Sassy Mini Dolls) said...

Fabulous! I really like the mannequin in the frame! That is fantastique!!

debi said...

Love your french touches! Everything looks sooo pretty!

Miss Gracie's House said...

Hey Cindy!
Love the evolution...it really must be going around...to answer your ?...it is a antique framed picture...my BFF found it in a shop in Cali.
Keep showing us what you're doing!
I'm posting tomorrow about my new scale...
May your new year be full of blessings,
Rene'

Joanne Kennedy said...

I love your door. The whole place looks wonderful. I love Paris decor too.

Hugs,
Joanne

Pink Princess said...

Been to France once, eons ago (previous life lol) At the time it didn't "do" anything for me sorry ;(. But now....Reading many blogs I have too become a fan, lol. I saw a wonderful "painting" of the Eiffel Tower (almost like the one you have♥) and I KNOW it will be mine come Saturday lol.

Love ALL the things you posted, j'adore ♥

Lady Pamela said...

Cindy - Your French flair is absolutely FABULOUS! I love everything. You have done a super great job. Now I am off to do some shopping.
-smiles-

Anneli :o) said...

Wow, it's very nice !
I know what You mean. Somehow it's a question of what "French" is in our minds ! But it sure feels very French to me ! Nice work, I like :-)

Best wishes, Anneli in Sweden

Tracey said...

I adore your French touches!!! Beautiful! And I love your old scales too!!

Happy New Year!

:) T

Pansy Cottage Girl said...

Hi Cindy,
Happy New year. I adore your french things. I dont know if they really are french either but if you love it thats all that matters!

Elyse said...

SWOON!

what great style you have!

i haven't been to france either. maybe someday. i've actually been thinking quebec might be fun for a taste of france without the international travel. hmmmm?

happy new year!

xo
elyse