Fitting the Pieces Together

I love my home. I love the cozy, “slightly cluttered but in a tasteful way” vibe, I love the character pieces that hold so many stories, and I love the memories behind some of my favorite things. They reflect my past that shaped me into my present. I also love that pieces from different countries and decades can mesh so well together. Let me introduce some treasures from my time in Asia! Who knew block prints and obis would work perfectly with antique English oak and well loved American made quilts.

A gorgeous woodblock print from Japan.

Silk obis are a beautiful exotic touch.

Both beautiful and soothing, this sand garden is a favorite.

How can you not smile when you see these cute kokeshi dolls.

Basketball game this weekend…Navy won!

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14 thoughts on “Fitting the Pieces Together

  1. I love pieces that have sentimental value. It’s so nice to see those things around your home. I love your collection. My husband is Vietnamese, so I have a soft spot for Asian decor. 🙂 Thanks for sharing at Sweet Inspiration!

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  2. Oh my gosh, the Princess’ picture at the end made me SMILE! And I love that we can surround ourselves with things that mean so much to us:) It’s great that you have such a rich history to draw from. xo Kathleen|Our Hopeful Home

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