Tuesday, October 21, 2014

An Afternoon's Rumination


On our recent trip to Newport, Kentucky we were blessed to get to stay in a gorgeous home  a block from The Levee on the  Ohio River. 




So gorgeous  in evening... like  a starry night!

 The magnificent skyline of Cincinnati was  our backdrop...

  the  area  was  so very charming.... homes similar  to this.

 each one  quaint,  well dressed, and  family friendly!
I   was  completely entranced with the decor of our  short term abode.
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I love this  mantel  decor.  In the first place I  have already checked out  getting a deer  head for my living room... it is on my  Christmas  wish list on Amazon!  The   decorative  bone and antlers  make such a statement, as well!
   The papered wall  highlighting the  fireplace was   a very special touch!
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Is this ceramic quail  just the most darling  accent piece atop a stack of old books.
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The  simplicity of this  table setting  was  most appropriate for any season.
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But, of course,  this accent wall  as you entered the parlor,   just took everyone's breath away!
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So as the sun sets on my twilight  reflections     of the last week...
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 mulling over the   delights of   family and  memories of  happy moments together
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A  lovely cup of steeping  Earl Gray  is  such a cheery  topping   to an afternoon's muse!
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Cheerio!
A Return to Loveliness


4 comments:

  1. Looks like you had a charming place to stay in Kentucky. I love the quail too atop that stack of books. The stained glass window is amazing! Earl Grey in a red transferware teacup sounds lovely. Thank you for sharing and joining me for tea.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  2. What a lovely place and a wonderful post you shared with us today. Sounds like you are having an amazing time. Blessings, Martha

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  3. Looks like a wonderful place to stay. Love the contrast of the rustic decor and the stained glass window. Such a pretty teatime vignette! Thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
    Ruth

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