It’s almost time to say goodbye to the last of our two over two windows. No more rattling. No more drafts. No more sealed-shut windows or half-assed-temporarily-repaired windows in our old New England home.
Giant Japanese Butterbur, a prehistoric looking plant in our yard.
How I selected windows for our historic home and the window manufacturer we chose to work with.
We hung a Grand Union Flag to pay homage to our ancestors. Read more to find out why.
A vintage silver baby cup is being used as a flower vessel.
How I painted a brass chandelier to look like wrought Iron for our dining room.
Musing from Linda
Can you imagine the amount of meals these vintage plates have seen? Not to be hidden away, these vintage plates, along with some new items, have come together from all over the world and are now at home in New England and part of our much used collection.
It’s the first full week of the new year and I thought this would be a great time to share some of my thoughts and plans for New England Fine Living in 2019. I’m creating a post schedule not only for my sanity, but to mimic the original business plan when New England Fine Living first began.
I made mention yesterday on our social feeds about how I love to go outside and look into our home. For some reason I get a whole different perspective of the room and I feel grateful for having a roof over my head.
Getting ready for a New England Style Christmas home and house tour for our YouTube channel.
What? You haven’t heard of a Thanksgiving Tree before? Don’t worry, many haven’t.
Our kitchen went through on a mini makeover before we start a full remodel. These photos will show you the transition stage. This kitchen project will start after we finish our master bedroom and bathroom suite remodel.
When we first moved in, this first floor guest bathroom was covered in a red wallpaper with white and pink cherry blossoms. Pretty? Sure it is, but it’s not my style, so I proceeded to remove it without a plan of action.
We tested the Snap Power Guidelight and were thrilled with the amount of light it gave off in our dark hallway.
A decorative and functional modular black fence around our garden takes center stage in our back yard.
How many women do you know that say they were excited to see a Scotts Lawn Mower show up on their doorstep? Well I was and here’s why!
The time has come to pull up the hallway and stairway runner. And let me tell you, it is not an easy task if the carpet installer did a proper job and this one was done right!
Finding the right size bunting for our home was time consuming but worth it.
Planting a blue and white garden in May for a June wedding.
My morning coffee or tea ritual helps me start my day full of ideas and creativity for home decorating and entertaining.
If you've been waiting to build some raised garden beds, it's not too soon to do so. In fact this is the perfect time.
Working from home is a luxury that was once frowned upon.
Are you feeling tired? Does your life seems routine and you need to recharge your batteries? Here are a few simple tips to try.
My DIY project of fixing a 100 year old antique eagle mirror
How to clean silver with tinfoil, salt, and baking soda