Oh, I'm definitely a layers kinda gal. I love to arrange vignettes. Love all your inspiring pics.Kathleen
Hi there!I'm enjoying your blog. Really like this layering look. So fresh and relaxing. Since I was a little girl, I've liked decorating. Not so young anymore at 53, but still love what a person can do with their home environment.Check back with you later to see what you've shared!Blessings,~Deanna~homehavenministry.blogspot.com
At the moment too many layers in my house. Needing to peel away. Seems this happens every 2-3 years. Feels good to get rid of things too. Love your pics.Garden & Be Well, XO Tara
Beautiful photos & I'm drooling over the first one Vicki! Definitely layers but also seasons and feelings dictate how the layers fall. ☺♥☺ Diane
I don't know if I have a 'style' but I sure do love your approach!!!!!!
I sure wish I had your gift for decorating. I just seem to struggle to get the final result I am looking for. Beautiful pictures!
Great pic's!! CHEERS! Michele
Beautiful photos!I like layers, but not too many. During the warmer months I like to pare down a little.Lisa
I love these pictures. If they were edible, I would be in trouble!Hugs,G
so pretty these layers. love the last pic with the flowers in the interseting vessels on the mantle. shades of white and cream speak to me.
oh these pictures are beautiful!!! Im not one to keep alot in our home, I must keep it simple for health reasons, which i find can be a challenge because at times i find i need to add something to make it feel more inviting or to keep our rooms from becoming boring. As a teen i babysat for this couple that had a home that was very very minimal, i had such an uneasy feeling in that house, it was so stark it left you feeling cold. I love the layered look on shelves and fireplace mantles. I dont have space for a fireplace in the living room, but i may do a shelf. Thanks again Vicky for taking the time and giving us that inspiration and sharing such lovely photos that we can learn from. You are appreciated g/f.hugsjanet
Love the fireplace!!! Just beautiful. Kathy
Love, love these rooms! The more layers the better in my book and these rooms have surprises everywhere I look.
One found piece at a time. Flea markets, antique sales & every now & then ebay, even a garage sale of retirees (they bought it long ago...hello vinatge): all of this always leads me on a journey & when I stand back, admiring the room its filled with memories as much as with acquisitions.Coveting the demilune table....
I like to think layering is no different when dressing ones self. Fashion and interior design really do go hand in hand when you think about it. That little jewel of a necklace or the addition of a Shrug can complete the ensemble whether it be tailored or not. It's still layering. At my age I have paired down considerably in both regards due to the possiblity of downsizing from a large home to one smaller or...... the occasional 'hot flash'. (Winks)As usual great pics and 'food-for-thought' Ms. Vicky.
Very pretty! I like the last picture most of all!...Christine
I decorate in layers, too. All three of these rooms are wonderful!!
I enjoy your layering - especially the white! oh my - and viewing other homes in layers. In my own home, I often end up paring down: when I layer, I seem to create clutter, lol!
Layer by layer? I like that concept!
I couldn't have said it better! I'm a huge rule breaker. For me, it's what makes decorating fun!
Just like you!!! Great post!! 0x0xx0
I love the second photo. So serene. While I don't know if I could manage to live so spare, I always gravitate to those images!! I think my homes have layers, especially the small beach cottage where so many might want to go spare. But since it's my home-home (not just a vacation place), I didn't want visitors "to see it" in one swoop. Know what I Mean? Oh, sure you do ... you did the great post! -s