Pops of Blue & Green

Isn't this screened in porch just so dreamy?
I just adore the green and blue patterned fabrics they've used on the pillows.
The fireplace is glorious and the look carefully...
The day bed is hanging from ropes and it swings.
How fun!

Love the texture of the oyster shell mirror.

Such a beautiful kitchen. 
At first glance it looks very white, but look a little closer.....

The back splash is this very unusual green geometric tile.

The scalloped valance is very pretty.

The living room has more blue than green. 
The slip covered chair looks very cozy and such a pretty shade of blue.
The room has some formal elements, but still looks nice and comfortable.

I thought you'd like a closer look at this pretty chair.

This photo literally made me gasp when I looked at it.
It is just so striking and beautiful!
I just adore the bright blues and greens in the art and pillow along with the pure white chair and table.

If you'd like to see more of this home, designed by Melissa Haynes, check out At Home In Arkansas.

p.s. We had a very nice July 4th! I hope you did too!


  1. I was just on this blog the other day checking out a nursery color scheme I thought was pretty. This is gorgeous! Thanks fore sharing!

  2. What a beautiful home!I cannot believe that is a screened in porch WOW! Sweet photo of your boys!

  3. Very cute pic of the kids. Happy fourth weekend to you.

  4. Oh my! Just lovely! I'm heading towards blues and greens for our new home with lots of white and some beachy sand tones. Great inspiration here :)

  5. Your house is gorgeous! I love the green, one of my favorite colors!

  6. Beautiful! I've always loved the idea of a swinging bed. Love the pic of the boys.

  7. I'd LOVE to have a screened in porch one day (and it would be another room to decorate!) Beautiful pics! Your boys are so cute! I've always loved plaid shorts on my boys. :)

  8. Darling boys!!! All decked out like RL Americana models!!!!
    The home is breathtaking. I love the soft and calm style it's decorated in.
    Thanks for making me sigh!