Hey Guys! Woohoo – it’s Friday and I’m sooooo looking forward to the weekend. I know you may think I have forgotten all about the continuation of the Victorian Charm – but I haven’t. I’ve just a bit behind on things and am finally catching up with myself (well actually trying to catch up.. sometimes I feel like a hampster on the wheel – always running but going nowhere). If you recall, I gave a partial tour of the home of my dear friend Jan. She and her husband, Terry, have the most darling “Painted Lady” completely decorated to reflect the Victorian charm of the home. If you’re new here or just want to recap the previous tour, you can do so here: So without further adieu, grab your morning java and snack let’s finish the fabulous tour. We’re headed upstairs to the guest bedrooms and bath to take a peek around and see all the eye candy in store: I’m not going to do a lot of writing because it’s going to be a picture overload.. I’ll let the ooooos and ahhhhhs do the speaking. In bedroom number one, the color of robin’s egg blue on the walls set a cottage romantic atmosphere in this room. The custom-made drapery and bedspread along with the tufted headboard were created by Jan, but it was her husband who picked the fabric (dynamic duo). The rest of the room is decorated with thrift store, auctions, and yard sale finds.
I immediately fell in love with the tufted bed. It belonged to her parents and has been with her ever since their passing.
In keeping with the era of the home, each bedroom has a vanity
Across from this bedroom is guestroom #2 (Green Envy) She scoured countless thrift stores, antique shops, yard sales and auctions finding the right decorative pieces to fill each room.
I love these antique hand painted bedside tables.
Behind the door at the top of the stairs is the guest bath
We’ll head downstairs to tour the master suite and kitchen:
Each bedroom she created custom window treatments with coordinating bedding.
Connecting master bath
her dressing room
Up next is the kitchen
Isn’t this a beautiful chandelier
Well this completes the final tour inside the Victorian Charm aka “The Painted Lady”
and on my way out the door Sydney -the cat- was waiting there to get his picture taken
I hope you enjoyed the tour of these ever-so lovely charming Victorian Home. Thank you Jan and Terry for sharing your home with us. This home is another fine example of how thrifting your house into a home can be fun and fabulous! As always, happy hunting! Until next time –