Welcome to one of my favorite seating areas in my home, the Brayton Homestead, circa 1796. This spot is located in the center front of the house; with some stretching you can view the Taunton River.
A small space, the top hall landing to be accurate.
My attempt was to create a space to linger or to look out at the water. I think it has
a bit of a French flair, do you?
So I am linking with the beautifulFrench Cupboard's
Vintage Inspiration post
here vintage needlepoint on my walls and pillows,
and a bench I created from
and a set of old suitcases just waiting to be needed...
Original shutters from the cellar make a wonderful folding screen
while hooks from my kitchen's pot and pans rack
allow me to rearrange pictures easily, such as my watercolor painting a of a stone cupid statue and of course vintage needlepoint!
and linking with these great blogs:
Between Naps on the Porch - Met Monday
House House in the Roses - Show off your Cottage Monday
Smiling Sally- Happy Blue Monday
Savy Southern Style- Wow Us Wednesday
and French Country Cottage - Feathered Nest Friday
Hope you enjoyed and thanks for coming.
Images: all Brayton Homestead Interiors