Welcome to Shabby Lane Cottage Kitchen Tour

I am so happy to welcome you to my sweet little cottage on a very shady lane on the side of the mountain overlooking the Great Salt Lake and Antelope Island.  Continue reading

Back Through the Years

Welcome everyone! I am most grateful to all of you for your support of my blog. It has been a fun road to travel. Meeting new blogging friends has been the best part. I have learned much through many of your blogs on home design and through that I have carved out my own design “Romantic Farmhouse”.  For almost forty years I decorated my home in the primitive design. When my nest was empty I wanted my new nest to reflect me not the other five family members that lived with me at the time. Since I was single and ready for a change.  I thought that I would show you my little nest through my years of blogging, which will be three years coming up in April. Wow, time goes by so fast! I will be celebrating that with a giveaway so make sure you stop by in April for the details.

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Adding Color and Florals in Your Home Design Part 3

Welcome my dear friends To Anne’s Attic – design.  Just to clear up any confusion my given name is Joanne and because I go by Jo to most of my family and friends I decided to use the latter part of my name anne as part of naming my blog. Anne’s (say it like Annie’s) Attic – design. I always wanted to go by Annie but what can you do when family gives you your nickname from birth?  You Just go with the flow. Continue reading

Decorating with Florals Part 1

For some reason this Spring I have fallen in love with floral design. I have been adding more color to my decor. I have been looking through many of my interior design magazines, books and online for inspiration.  Continue reading

Share Your Cup Thursday # 195

Hello and welcome to Share Your Cup, (SYC for short).
The party where you share the things that make you happy.
It’s what your hosts call, “filling your cup”.

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A Dress-form, a Drawer,and a Paper Back book

What would you do if you had a plain old dress form, a large vintage drawer, and a bunch of old paperback books? Continue reading