Antiques on a Screened Porch

From the moment I first stepped into my friend's home, I knew there would be a blog post about it...heck if not 1 maybe 2....3...or as many as she would allow!  Our friendship was born out of a mutual decor style.  When we shop together(she's my antique buddy)we almost always gravitate to the same. exact. things!  So today, I am sharing Nadine's screened porch.  I will just go ahead and say it...I have screened porch envy!!!
I adore how she has sprinkled some Majolica pieces around the porch.




The window below might be the "center piece" of the entire space.  It came from a church in England and it is gorgeous...don't you think?!  It was love at first sight for her when she saw the honey bee box.




 Many hours could I spend sitting out on this porch reading or flipping through the pages of my fav magazines or books!

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18 comments :

  1. Tamyra, this is fabulous! I love all the vintage and antique items your friend has use din decorating her porch! Our porch items are in the garage right now due to the pollen. This porch is so inviting! Thanks for sharing !

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  2. I love this porch -- how awesome would it be to relax here! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  3. I am having some serious porch envy too...What a terrific place to read or nap!

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  4. Uh oh, now I have screened porch envy!! First, I would love a screened porch! Second, I love the things she has filled it with...
    Nancy
    wildoakdesigns.blogspot.com

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  5. LOVE it !!!!!!!!!!! omg, do you think she would let us have a tour ????pretty please...I can only imagine it is beautiful!!!!!

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    1. Linda, I'm working on that! It is filled with gorgeous antiques, so much so I can't ever pick a fav spot in her house!

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  6. Hello! I saw your feature at Wow Us Wed and now I have serious porch envy, too! That window is fabulous as well as all the other unique items on your friend's porch. And it all looks so comfortable and cozy! Thanks for sharing it with us!

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    1. Jane, I have screened porch and front porch envy of my friend's house! Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting!

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  7. What a lovely space! Your friends porch looks so inviting and comfortable and is filled with wonderful treasures!

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  8. I can't believe you only have a few comments and were one of the most viewed last week at Kim's!!!We were away so I am just seeing (and drooling) over this!!!! She has a screened porch AND a beautiful patio! I am very jealous too!!! It is fabulous!

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    1. Pinky, Kim's blog has long been a fav of mine so, what a surprise to find out last week I was most viewed. Thanks for stopping by!

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  9. Love love love everything about this space!! Just added you to my sidebar:) stop on by when you have a chance!

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    1. Martina, I have long been a lurker of Northern Nesting...I promise to comment from this point forward. I love your mantle, which reminds me I must learn to use Annie Sloan paint! You absolutely made my day when I saw that you had added me to your sidebar! Thanks for stopping by!

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  10. This is a treasure filled porch! I love it, especially the majolica pieces!

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    1. Pat, it really is filled with treasures isn't it?! I must confess, until I became friends with Nadine I didn't even know what majolica was....now I love it!

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  11. OMGoodness....what a beautiful porch! I LOVE IT!! I could spend all my free time on that porch. I've enjoyed my visit and am now one of your newest followers. Looking forward to following along, Gail

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  12. Wow, love her porch. Fabulous look and great pieces. I'm a new follower.

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  13. Oh I have screened porch envy, too. Love Nadine's bee skeps and fox stature.

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