The Little Rooms….

The Little Rooms….

 

Sometimes it is just the little areas and corners of a home have the most vintage charm!

Here are some of the small details of the cottage that you may not have seen or noticed before…..

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The closet of the yellow bedroom is so sweet….it reminds me of the closet I had when I was a little girl growing up in the Laurelhurst neighborhood of Portland…

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First of all this classic glass/crystal door knob..

 

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The hardwood floors and built in drawers and cupboards…..

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Lots of storage!

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This great little window that looks over the back garden and the sweet flowered wallpaper…

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Love this little white closet!

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Now to the front entry vestibule…..

This was once just an open covered front porch but at some point in time it was enclosed…..

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The front door needs new paint but I love the old-fashioned  “briing, briing” door bell….

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You turn it and it sounds a wonderful little bell sound…..this is what the other side looks like.

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The bead board in this room was painted yellow just like the party room so it also got a fresh coat of “Sea Haze” by Benjamin Moore.

I found this great little table at a local second-hand store – Linda’s Rag and Bone –  in Seaside last summer and it fits just perfectly in this little space.

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I love these little windows on both sides!

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And now a quick look at the laundry/mudroom!

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This is the great old glass door between the mudroom and the kitchen…

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Love the old ceiling and nautical light fixture in this room!

 

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And I really love this nice big sunny window and counter for folding!

…And I can see the golf course from this window and all the people in town walking their dogs!

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One thought on “The Little Rooms….

  1. House looks great. I remember I used to lock Tony in your closet, turn off the lights and then leave. Explains a lot today.

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