A House for Sale and Other Stuff

  Wow, it's been a while.  The late spring and summer months have taken me way off course with a 5 month house guest (a family member on a job search), another family member in hospice, work on a new venture, and fitting life, clients and other work in between.  I'm not ready to come back to blogging yet, or execute some 6 Wilson plans, but I wanted to share a home that totally blows me away.

If you've been a Vignette Design blog reader for any length of time (I've been reading for years), you've probably already loved this home.    Delores just posted the real estate pictures taken for the sale of her house, and they are a must see if you like traditional/French Country design.   Pop over to her blog to see them all.  You are sure to be inspired.  (Photos here are from her blog).

This is a home with gorgeous bones, and gorgeous landscaping.  Maybe it's on your shopping list?


A Pillow Cover Giveaway at Abby M Interiors

It's been way too long since I've been on the blog.  Things have been super hectic, and I've been working on a major project that I can't wait to share in the upcoming months!  It's why I've been sort of absent, as there are only so many hours in the day.  You know that feeling, I'm sure!


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I also just put some new inventory in the shop, and more is coming over the next week or so.  I scored some luscious new fabrics and I can't wait for you to visit 6 Wilson and take a peek.  Here are a few to get you started, and they are all part of the giveaway happening now over at @abbyminteriors on Instagram.  Now through Saturday at 6 pm.

find it here

find it here

find it here

I'll be back soon, but in the meantime, go check out Abby M. Interiors on Instagram at @abbyminteriors and comment on her giveaway post!  Good luck, friends ;-)


If You Love Copper or Colored Glass...

  ...Then you've got to see these vintage finds that just went in the shop.  6 Wilson's got some new pieces, and I thought you might like a peek.

Don't you love the patina on these?    The kettle (here), which I would use as a watering can for my deck flowers -- but I'm not because it's for one of you out there, has such charm...

The hardest part of having a shop is not keeping the inventory for yourself.  It's hard, my friends, very hard.  This copper bowl, from a gorgeous old estate, is one example.

See more of this bowl here.

And if you like glass pieces, these three green lovelies can work as candle holders...

or if you prefer, fill them with flowers...

I don't know when they were made, but they are made in Italy, as the bottoms are stamped...

Maybe my favorite new addition to the shop is this little guy, a small brass bell with the sweetest rooster on top.

So come on over to the shop and check them out.  And have the greatest of weekends!!  Talk to you soon,

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