From My Front Porch to Yours – Home Tour

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Happy Saturday! Are you all snuggled in with your cup of coffee or tea and ready for another beautiful home tour? We’re continuing our At the Picket Fence Parade of Homes Series and today we are thrilled to welcome our friend Pamela from the blog From My Front Porch to Yours.

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We have been friends with Pamela for several years now and the way she tackles each project in her home with complete gusto always inspires and motivates us! We know you will enjoy getting to know her better and taking the tour of her beautiful home. Take it away Pamela!

Thank you Vanessa & Heather for inviting me over today to share my home with your readers. We have lived in our home for almost 5 years now and slowly have been transforming our builder basic house into a home that reflects our style.
I enjoy using wreaths thru out our home most are ones that I have either updated or made from scratch.
To accomplish making our home over on a SAHM budget I find thrifty treasures such as this frenchy chandy that I purchased from a yard sale. I added the bling as an extra touch.
A lot of furniture pieces in our home are vintage pieces that I have given a second life too like this secretary that was on its last leg and water damaged. 
I enjoy using family photos to accessorize with. 
The style of our home is french country farmhouse chic. A lot of styles I know but I love each one and try to incorporate a little of each in our home.

 

I try to make even the least liked rooms in our home an enjoyable space to be in.
Being frugal means coming up with in expensive ways to accomplish projects such as these shelves that were made from HobbyLobby brackets and just pieces of wood that I stained.
In the past year I have been busy finding ways to make our home feel more open and airy. The easiest way to do that was to paint over our Whole Wheat walls with one of my new favorite paint colors Classic Khaki by Olympic One.
I am always on the hunt for great buys when it comes to  larger pieces of furniture like this chair I purchased at HomeGoods.
If you stop by to visit you will be sure to find me always up to something from redoing small accessory pieces like this faux Santos Doll to my current project making over our fireplace wall. I hope that you will stop by my place, From My Front Porch To Yours, to soon to visit! Thank you again Heather and Vanessa for having me here today!

Thank YOU Pamela for sharing your lovely home with us! To see more of the beautiful homes in this series click here.

We hope you have a fabulous weekend!

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Comments

  1. says

    I just think that it’s wonderful that you share your blog with other bloggers. Thanks for giving us the opportunity to see and ‘meet’ all the fabulous lovers of home decor! ~Joanne~ @ Livin’ the Glamorous Life

  2. says

    I LOVE seeing inside homes for inspiration and ideas! Great series. All that sunshine and the front porch picture makes me long for spring!!! Beautiful home and beautiful pics. Heading over to check out that new-to-me blog now!

  3. says

    I LOVE seeing inside homes for inspiration and ideas! Great series. All that sunshine and the front porch picture makes me long for spring!!! Beautiful home and beautiful pics. Heading over to check out that new-to-me blog now!
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  4. says

    I love Pamela’s home … she’s a fabulous decorator (and so very kind), who has created a gorgeous home for her family, full of character, personality and amazing design! So glad you featured her!
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