Quilts airing on the porch railings.
Welcome to my Alabama Home.
Sunny today but not too hot.. Sit down and relax.
Ring the bell so I'll know I have company.
The bamboo creates a nice alley to the back yard garden.
I have yet to built boxes to turn these into Peanuts 5 Cents carts.
View from the front porch to the fields.
The oak settle. Not common in Alabama. A Yankee thing.
Yes, red is the color now.
Fainting couch with crazy quilts.
Dough bowls and a red cranberry wreath.
Corner cabinet with pink lustreware. My prize is the 1680 mushroom chair from Massachusetts in honor of my witch ancestors hanged in Salem in 1692.
Red lusters; King's Rose dishes, Mohican girandole all flanked by two Ogee clocks.
My latest lady portrait.
Hunting gear; another recent lady; and pink theme with Old Paris.
That's a spinning wheel in the middle, end of wheel view.
Two chairs in rosewood surround marble top table with Old Paris vases.
New curtains in red will be finished soon to replace the ones I made from sheets.
Blue ironstone sits on a step back. The mustard brown salt came from a friend in Tennessee.
Painting of boy with chicken; 1830's doll house; some silhouettes and miniature portraits; a large B&H lamp behind the ewer.
Girandoles embellish my Yankee boy ca. 1850.