Old  December 18th, 2016, 11:28pm     #751
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Rec'd this in an email...so gorgeous! This link is only a sampling of their offerings.
Apparently, this is an annual blanket sale event. for the Made in Oregon store.
Pendleton has their own website, worth looking at.
How could a person could make up their mind...
Some of these blankets, throws or towels would be so darling in a cabin.
My hubby bought a pair of Pendleton Socks at the Pendleton store when were we're vacationing in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Gateway to Grand Teton National Park. (btw, so breathtakingly, beautiful.

Pendelton also carries home goods and gorgeous clothing....


http://www.madeinoregon.com/Pendleto...-Bed-Blankets/
If you get out this way...you can visit the Pendleton Woolen Mill Store. You could buy the fabric and make your own blanket.

http://thewoolenmillstore.blogspot.com/
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  Old  December 27th, 2016, 5:03pm     #752
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If you get out this way...you can visit the Pendleton Woolen Mill Store. You could buy the fabric and make your own blanket.

http://thewoolenmillstore.blogspot.com/

Thank you, Stormy...I grew up in PDX and I've been to the outlet in Washougal, WA the main store in Pendelton. I've looked at the blog for the woolen mill store in the past and am blown away by the creative items the readers make with the Pendelton material from mill store...I am glad the readers share. I also used to go to the "Janzen" Fabric store which was next to the Janzen factory...it was off of East Burnside or Sandy blvd.
One year I had a bag of scraps from Pendelton and I made doll clothes for baby dolls for children at Christmas who otherwise wouldn't have received a gift...
Pendleton stands for USA made quality, that last for generations. Family Heirlooms, for sure...
the blankets & clothes are so gorgeous!
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  Old  February 6th, 2017, 10:49am     #753
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I love this magazine.
The home tours in this magazine are georgous and full of lots of decorating ideas!

Hope you enjoy glancing through the magazine.

http://www.thecottagejournal.com/
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  Old  February 6th, 2017, 6:42pm     #754
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Every time I explore this magazine, I love it more.
The kitchens & recipes, the gardens...all of it.
Under the Artists tab they have some DIY projects


http://www.thecottagejournal.com/category/gardens/
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  Old  February 6th, 2017, 6:51pm     #755
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Such a darling Dutch Door and a pretty bathroom.

http://www.thecottagejournal.com/cab.../?singlepage=1
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  Old  March 9th, 2017, 9:32pm     #756
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This photographers work is stunning....I love all her photos esp. "The Interiors"
Great design ideas, love the dark blue kitchens

If you go to her about area and then click News it has photo spread from numerous magazine article she has had her photos published in.

Enjoy!
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  Old  March 10th, 2017, 10:37am     #757
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Funny I overlooked including the link in the original post, here it is:

http://www.nicolefranzen.com/interiors/
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  Old  April 8th, 2017, 2:34pm     #758
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DIY Be inspired...

http://rehabtofab.co/

I do like her flower pot transformation:

http://rehabtofab.co/plasticpinkflowerpot/

and he master bathroom cabinet redo
http://rehabtofab.co/master-bath-tra...dget/#more-479
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Any of you working on summer projects?
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  Old  June 14th, 2017, 4:54pm     #760
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Any of you working on summer projects?
Yes, staining porch floor as it has not been done in years. And I bought a nice green for the shutters.

Wishing & hoping & thinking & praying, planning & dreaming... and entering!
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Yes, staining porch floor as it has not been done in years. And I bought a nice green for the shutters.

I bet that will look nice! I do remember a photo of your post you posted back in 2015...the cute white railing, the gorgeous cut Lilacs and the view of the tiny house...
Is the barn finished? Is the tiny house finished? Is the kitchen completed? Oh how I love the blue on your cabinets! Would you mind sharing the paint color?

Would love to see some photos of your projects...

We still haven't started ours, though I looked at counter-tops and flooring. Lots of choices...I did find a beautiful 12' length pre made laminate counter-top with backspace (brand new from a local cabinet shop) in white and soft gray at the reuse store for $23.10 purchased it. When hubby and dd boyfriend with a pickup went to pick it up it wouldn't fit in the truck...so had to get a refund.
Disappointed for sure!!! The flooring for the kitchen I can get by with vinyl remnant.

Someone else will have a beautiful and frugal counter-top!

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Kitchen needs countertops and some more painting. That blue is from twenty years ago, so I do not have the name of it.

Porch has the white railing. Had lilacs on it earlier this season but nothing now with the floor needing redoing.

Barn is getting finished. Using the area upstairs for my painting and photography. Need to stencil on outdoor kitchen.

DD moved tiny house off of the property and it is closer to her work now.

Hope you can start your kitchen project soon! Bummer about that countertop that you could not transport.

Wishing & hoping & thinking & praying, planning & dreaming... and entering!
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Kitchen needs countertops and some more painting. That blue is from twenty years ago, so I do not have the name of it.

Porch has the white railing. Had lilacs on it earlier this season but nothing now with the floor needing redoing.

Barn is getting finished. Using the area upstairs for my painting and photography. Need to stencil on outdoor kitchen.

DD moved tiny house off of the property and it is closer to her work now.

Hope you can start your kitchen project soon! Bummer about that countertop that you could not transport.

You blue paint is beautiful...it is a color so popular now! Has stood the test of time...
What color are you painting the floor of the porch? Have you decided on counter-top,yet?
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You blue paint is beautiful...it is a color so popular now! Has stood the test of time...
What color are you painting the floor of the porch? Have you decided on counter-top,yet?
But I am changing that blue color to a black color.

I am staining the porch floor black.

Most of the countertops will stay the same but I need one for the island, as yet undecided. Have not found anything at ReStore so prob something laminate and affordable, hoping with the right colors of black and white and gray and brown.

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But I am changing that blue color to a black color.

I am staining the porch floor black.

Most of the countertops will stay the same but I need one for the island, as yet undecided. Have not found anything at ReStore so prob something laminate and affordable, hoping with the right colors of black and white and gray and brown.

Your colors so chic! Often the restore has sections of sheet laminate...is your porch ceiling painted a special color?
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