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  1. Thanks for sharing this charming home. I love the accents of flowers throughout the rooms, either with actual flowers or in artwork. The use of printed fabrics for skirts and to line the glass cabinet doors gives a nice softness to the spaces. I appreciate how she sticks to what she likes and doesn’t follow the trends. It gives her home a timeless look. I like the touches of red too. I love how, in the bathroom, you get to see the red rose print twice since it is reflected in the mirror. What a cheerful thing to see each morning!

  2. What a charming house! I wish I had that nice window over my kitchen sink.

  3. Kim is so sweet and her home is so pretty and charming, too. I love how she uses pops of red in her home and how neat and organized everything looks. Such a beautiful fireplace, too!

  4. Thanks for popping by my blog today and for leaving me such a nice comment about my new quilt. I’d love to be able to quilt myself but I’d have to learn how to sew first!

  5. The photo of the kitchen we saw made my mouth water – I want it! My house is now feeling like a mansion at 1,074 square feet. It’s not the square footage though, it’s the feeling-tones that a true home gives that reaches out to embrace you and hug you. Our homes and our yards, or balconies or patios in an apartment should be our sanctuaries and havens. There’s nothing better than being able to achieve that feeling in your own haven for yourself.

  6. I truly love her cottage. Just wish we could have seen more of the living room, couch, etc. Also what type shower curtain. Perhaps Kim will share pictures of these areas.

  7. Brenda, thank you for sharing this beautiful house! I love the beautiful diy touches. I agree, a small home does hug you and always seems cozy.

  8. What a wonderful cottage. Love the red accents throughout the house (and the yellow on the porch as well). The kitchen stove hood is gorgeous and I love the subway tile backsplash. Kim certainly has a way with textiles — the florals are really pretty and I love the way she uses fabric to hide the view under the sink, the kitchen cabinets and the desk. Kim’s home looks happy and inviting. Thanks for allowing us to visit.

    Brenda, I am really enjoying this small space living series! Enjoy your Friday.

  9. Brenda, thank you for featuring my home today, my friend. I’m truly honored and humbled by all your kind words. I know a lot of people consider small home living to be a challenge, but I just love a home that hugs you. It’s a treat to find so many of them featured here. ☺️

    1. I love that phrase: a small home that hugs you. Perfect description! I also love small home living and can’t imagine living any other way now. Thanks for letting us come into your home!

  10. Love Kim and her blog and her pretty house. Kim and I have become great blogging friends and she is s sweet. Her home is so cute and cozy. She is a crafty person too and comes up with great homemade crafts for your home.

  11. I adore Kim’s sweet cottage – it’s one of my favorite homes in Blogland! I love that she marches to the beat of her own drum and doesn’t jump on every decorating trend that comes along – that’s the sign of a home that’s truly loved, and truly a ‘home’ – filled with people and items she loves.

  12. such a cute house! I will be checking out her blog. So many blogs that I used to follow have gone to the wayside. I miss them.
    I want to make a suggestion on AcornTv. I used to watch Agatha Raisin on PBS. I guess after Acorn came to be they decided not to share Agatha with PBS. I have missed her. It is a lighthearted and sometimes funny show. She lives in a small village and thinks she needs to help the local police with their murder investigations. She runs around in spiked heals all the time. LOL So if you are looking for a show that isn’t a continuation and gives you a laugh, you should check her out. pam

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