Thursday, June 24, 2010

In NY: Sandra Foster and A Twee Catskills Victorian Cabin

Photo by Trevor Tondro for The New York Times

I read Joyce Wadler's feature on us.
I laughed!  I cried!
I didn't recognize my life.  It's different when you're cleaning the coop.

Trevor Tondro's photographs are...beyond words.  Spellbinding.
I just left him alone and he waved his magic wand of a camera.

Please have a look at the story!

In the Catskills, Comfort in a Gingerbread House

I'm delighted the Times mentioned a few of my pretty handmade wares
from talented artists.  Though I gave names and links for everything in sight,
not everything made it in (including the URL for my blog)!
Today, someone asked how to ‘get the look’.
The short answer: buy handmade, buy salvage.

Here is a complete listing:

Vintage-inspired printed paper book covers under the mirror
and wallpaper painting in the loft – artist Beth Neumann of Tattered Vintage

Pink sachet with silk roses and rhinestone brooch – Roberta Comeau,
Whispers From the Past.   No web presence but I can put you in touch with her.

Demi-lune table under mirror – Andes Antiques & Art,
173 Main Street, Andes, NY 13731 845-676-3420

Oval mirror over mantel – Vintage Chic

Architectural inspiration – Driving around the Catskills,
and the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company

 The Small House Society

Miscellaneous:  My handmade linen dress was $2 at a yard sale,
my pink wellies were $30 on clearance at Tractor Supply,
$2/yard Wal-Mart lace graces the loft,
and I made ZuZu’s hair bows out of wired organza ribbon from Michael’s.

Obviously, we have excellent yard sales in the Delhi-Bovina-Andes area.
If you're up one Saturday, treat yourself to lunch at these restaurants:

Crossroads Café, Rt. 28 & Rt. 10 (Main Street), Delhi, NY – art on the walls, coffee bar,
WiFi, sweet staff, old New Yorkers in the magazine rack, open year round. 607-746-7007

Russell’s, Main Street, Bovina, NY – eggs sandwiches from local hens, market.

Lucky Dog – Main Street, Hamden. Café, organic food, antiques.

Great shops offering recycled wares:

Clementine Vintage Clothing - 7 Main St, Andes, NY, 13731. (845) 676-3888

Steinway Books – 114 Main St., Delhi, NY  (845) 746-8060.  Now featuring a café.

Until next time, stay shabby!

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Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

Congratulations Sandy!!! It was a great article! You are so beautiful!!! I'm so happy to see your blog is open again and not private! I've missed visiting!

Jojo said...

I had seen the preparations for a shoot on Chez Fifi's site and just seeing the path to get to your beautiful studio made me appreciate your incredible treasure even more. Congratulations!

Emma said...

Great article - I was so impressed by your creativity, you have a real talent,
Emma, London

Sandy @ My Shabby Streamside Studio said...

Thanks for such kind comments!



Crystal said...

Sandy, I've learned so many things from the article! Your so pretty! You have the entire package the talent, beauty on the inside and out! Your story was so heartwarming!

June said...

Sandy I was spellbound as I read the article and saw the pictures that Trevor took. Now you are real to me and I know how beautiful you are. Todd is such a doll, he reminds me so much of my own husband. You to have a wonderful life in a gorgeous setting. I want to thank you fro sending me the link. I would have cried if I had missed it.

Jeanine Burkhardt said...

OMG!*!*! NEW YORK TIMES!!! ~ YOU deserve it!!! Over the Top BeSt SHaBBy!!! Congratulations... Jeanine, ChiPPy!-SHaBBy!

Anonymous said...

I thought the story was done so well. The photography is sensational. With all the work you did you deserve this recognition!! Way to Go!!

licha20 said...

Congratulations Sandy!!!
I truly enjoyed reading the New York Times article. I learned much from this article and i now sooo appreciate your beautiful studio! I can't tell you how much I missed your blog....I am soo happy you're back!!!

Tracie~MyPetiteMaison said...

I'm off to look. Congratulations, Sandy!
Come see my little outdoor studio if you get a chance. I am so glad you're back! said...

Congratulations!!!!!!It is so GORGEOUS!!!!!!!And you and hubby are soooo talented:)
Blog: Capers of the vintage vixens

Tracie~MyPetiteMaison said...

Just read/looked at it, it's gorgeous! Can't wait to show my hubby when he gets home. Love your boots, love it all!

Anonymous said...

Fabulous!!! Congratulations, Sandy! This is sooooooo wonderful!

My Cottage Charm said...

Thank you so much for emailing me and letting me know your wonderful news! I am SO happy for you, what a blessing! Your little studio looks AMAZING in all the photos and the article was wonderful! I bet you are walking on cloud nine!! I'm so proud of you!
Love ya

Anonymous said...

I am in complete AWWW of your talent! It is any girls dream to be a room so magical!

Sylvia (at) Lily's Pad and Petals said...

Read the article twice. CONGRATULATIONS and no one deserves this more. I just knew your little house would make it to the big time one day.
You are so talented and sweet and it sure comes across in the article and your blog.

sweetpea said...

Sandy, congrats on the article. You must be pinching yourself black and blue. I know Fifi is or has shot your cottage too. You deserve it. It's the best.



Bella said...

Sandy... I am so glad to see you back!
What a great journey you have been on! I would say you are so lucky... but this wasn't luck. You are so talented and deserving.. what a strong force you are! Congratulations:-)

Genevieve Ferraro said...

Your place is a treasure Sandy! I'm also a member of the Small House Society and am so glad you posted on SHS about the article. I'm sharing your lovely cottage and article on the Jewel Box Home.

You are so talented!

Diana Strinati Baur said...

Hi, Sandy,

I found you this morning via the New York Times. Your project and your story touched me immediately and I went to see if you have a blog. I am dazzled by your creativity and your gift for synthesizing beauty out of the tips of your fingers. I love it when a news outlet like the NYT discovers someone extraordinary and I think that your story has aspects that touch all of us in one way or another. For me it is the overcoming of huge obstacles, obstacles that can cause a person to remain frozen in fear forever - and pushing and shoving until a pearl of unparalleled beauty emerges. Oh, yes, that's a true, true feat. I wish you congratulations and many fantastic, creative endeavors.

Greetings from my hill in Italy.

Sharon~heartsongs said...

The article was great. I'm so impressed by what you've done! I would love to have a little cottage like your studio.
You have don't such a great job! I love your blog and I appreciate that you alway answer my emails.

mo said...

Sandy...yay! your back! Certainly wonderful to visit your blog again...keep up the wonderful work. *hugs* mo

Victoria said...

That was such a great story, I loved reading it and the photo's were gorgeous...speaking of gorgeous, wowsers you're a knockout!

So many materialistic people out there, it's so nice to read about the down to earth side of life people like you and your hubby:)

Shabbyfufu said...

Sandy, I received your all contacts email and I THANK YOU for letting me know about your wonderful news! Everything is just so gorgeous in your petite studio, as well as the surroundings. I was so touched by your NY Times story, and wish you much success in any of your future endeavors. ~xo~ Janet

Natasha said...

Oh wow! Your article and studio are being featured on Yahoo's front page! Congratulations again!

Victoria said...

I came back to say the same thing the above comment said...I went to check my mail and your story was the front page of Yahoo!!! You're famous!

Crystal said...

Sandy, I was so excited when I came home this evening and there you were on my Yahoo page!!! I yelled and told my daughter! I hope you have yahoo and were able to see yourself....I'm so excited for you ......yaaaaaayyyyy!!!!

Karen Valentine said...

A friend of mine just sent me a link to your blog and article. My mouth was open for a good five minutes! That must be what heaven is like. The cottage, and the decor is beyond words, and to top it all off the surrounding woods could not be more perfect! Congrats on the article, I'm sure it was just thrilling for you!
My Desert Cottage
Valentine Design

Elyse said...

hi sandy,

i was just gasping 'n swooning over the NY times article and did a google search, knowing you MUST have a blog ... and here it is and now i'm a follower.

what an inspiration you are. love your can-do spirit and that you list your sources. all the more fun.

congrats on the beautiful press!


Byootifulmynd said...

I know you've heard by now one thousand times, but your hideaway cottage is breathtaking. Absolutely lovely. I read the NYT article and I'm so glad I was able to stumble across your blog. They need to put up a link to it!


Attic Rat said...

As I exited out of my Yahoo account, I saw your article. I remember seeing your studio before because I had visited your blog a little while back.

I love how you decorated and did the work yourself. You are an inspiration to others. Kudos to you!


Lori Katies Rose Cottage said...

I was so excited when I opened up my yahoo account and saw your sweet and beautiful studio ~ I just knew it had to be you ~
Congratulations, it was so much fun to read about your adventure in creating such a wonderful retreat ~

Beth@The Stories of A to Z said...

Congrats on your feature! I figured after seeing the NY Times article that you MUST have a blog. After a little google search I found you! I've linked to you today in my most recent post.

Thanks so much for being so inspiring!


BB said...

I am seeing you mentioned in the blogs, and I was happy to find you have a blog too. Your little cottage is amazing, and I love your story.

Like everyone else who sees your place, I want one too!


Holly- Girls At Heart said...

tven though the article didn't mention that you had a blog- here I am! You have inspired us all! ♥

Boxwood Cottage said...

I love your little white wooden cottage studio! I found you on flickr a few month ago and was instantly delighted by your gorgeous photos!
Congrats on your article Sandy!
Sending you best wishes from Germany

a Bohemian Market said...

Ooh la la Sandy:
It is a dream hide away for all women!!! I posted your and your New York Times on my blog yesterday (a couple days late : ( because Beth Neumann has a great blog to follow too. You have found you peace/piece and you deserve every second of it!!!
Much soothing air to you dear sweet Sandy!!!

Life In My Nest said...

Sandy -- what an inspiration you are! I just discovered your blog this morning through another and have posted about your undertaking on my blog. I have wanted to convert a little building too, but mine is not even here yet! Now I know I will be working feverishly to get to that point. I'm inspired -- my husband probably not so much . . . I don't think I could do all the restoration that you did without him. Fantastic job! I'm sure I'll be a frequent visitor.

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

I cannot believe this! I am so excited. My husband came home from work and brought up your studio on line for me to see. I was in love and told him, I want one. He said, honey, if I could I would get you one. Then this morning my blogging friend told me to check your blog....and it was you! I will definately add you to my blogroll....your studio is fantastic. Can't wait to spend time and read through your blog!

Jackie said...

Your are so creative and talented and beautiful. I am so very happy for you on this article! I have read it about 5 times lol.


Debe said...

Found you from Garden Antiques Vintage's blog. Great story in the NY Times and your little hide-away is outstanding!!! You should truly be proud of yourself. Just beautiful!

❦TattingChic said...

Love your beautiful shabby cottage! I found when someone linked from the NY times article and someone commented and said the followed your blog! So, being a fellow blogger I had to check it out! ♥ How cool! You've done a beautiful job and good for you for following your heart! It looks like you saved your sanity and I also loved your candor! So sweet!
I do tatting (a form of handmade lace). I think it would look so pretty it your cottage! No, I am not trying to sell you anything! I am just saying... come check out my blog if you want to learn more of what tatting is!
~TattingChic ♥

Dawn-Hydrangea Home said...

What a beautiful studio!! I would never leave!
Congrats on your feature

Cathee said...

Saw you on the news and now I find you through blogger friends..just lovely life you have are an inspiration to live the life you love!HUGS

lifespassion said...

WOW - front page on YAHOO! What an amazing little cottage you created. I sent it to my friend Deby, and she had seen it too and wanted to send it to me. Adorable, love it, great job!

All Bliss Be Thine said...

OMG I just adore your little Victorian studio! You are so very talented! Loved the article in the NY times.
Just a gorgeous little studio!
Pink hugs,
Vicki Pink Pearl Girl

Pondside said...

What a thrill for you! Jojo told me about this, so I just had to come by to see. Congratulations!

fairmaiden said...

I am so happy I found you! My friend sent me the link to your NY Times post and then I asked my bloggie friends if they new your blog addie...yesterday I did a post about your teenie tiny cottage in the hills. I will go put the link to your blog today. Anywho, you are lovely and I admire the wee haven of you have created...a hidden beauty yOu are!!!! That is the best kind of beauty. I will look forward to following you now. And I am going to try making those paper tea roses for my TeA ROsE RooM...thankyou kindly. ox~fairmaiden

fairmaiden said...

One more thing...your maltese's are adorable. I have never seen them with such long ears! So cute!!! I have a maltese named Bella Bleu...and just got a kitten named Lily Monet.

Rhianna said...

I thought I had done something to offend you by posting a picture of your bedroom( I did link it back to your blog)and was feeling bad that I was so offensive that I had to be blocked from your blog. I am so happy to find out the real reason. Congratulations on the feature story. You have an amazing cottage and a real talent for decorating. Keep being shabby, I will be back often for inspiration. xxoo
Rhianna from Wyldestone Cottage

Pat Winter said...

I saw your beautiful shabby cottage when I turned on my laptop and blogged about it immediately. It is the most beautiful and relaxing dreamy place I have ever seen. I'm so glad you shared this with us all.

meandering pearl said...

i tried to visit you a little while ago & your blog seemed to be shut except to open readers...but i saw these gorgeous photos from the new york times & thought id check if it was you...
you're loft is so incredibly dazzling Sandy!!! all your hard work payed off in the most exquisite way!!! you don't have to imagine a paradise haven, you have one!!! YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
such lovely thoughts for you!!!

meandering pearl said...

p.s i havent had a chance to read the article yet as im in the middle of moving{i saw the photos on a blog}, but i cant wait to be able to sit down & indulge :) such loveliness!!!

Debbie~ said...

Sandy, I was so happy to see your blog open again, and when I read why you'd closed it I understood, and was humbled by your story. Your sweet beautiful studio I now understand is a huge part of your heart and soul and I feel your creative energy and soulfulness as such an inspiration! Your little streamside studio is such a labor of love, thank you for sharing it with us. Congratulations, you're very deserving of this! Big Hugs, Debbie @ Cottage Hann~Me~Downs

tara said...

Your little cottage, absolutely stunning, I found you through a friend and your story through the new york times~ I love your ingenuity, very contagious! Happy Summer!

vignette design said...

Hi Sandy,
I just came across the NY Times article on Friday, posted it on my Facebook page and was going to blog about it this week! I think your little studio is so romantic! Am thrilled to see you have a blog and am enjoying seeing more pictures of your little cottage and the photo shoot. You are one talented and beautiful lady! -Delores

sadie said...

wow, what a fantastic feature! You should be extremelly proud of it.

You look fabulous, loving your pretty frock and wellies combo


Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I read the NY Times article and now am happy to find your blog! You've done a wonderful job reclaiming that cottage and making it your little haven. Truly lovely!

jAne said...

what sweet surprise to find you have a blog that coordinates so perfectly with your wee home in the woods. serendipity, to be sure!

i featured the article and a picture - will now add your blog address to the post.


Jeana said...

I'm amazed by your studio but even more amazed by your story in the New York Times. You are an amazing - not to overuse the word but can't think of a more fitting one - woman! Inspires me to go after what I want and not let anything stop me!

Anne Marie said...

Sandy - your house in the mountains is truly breathtaking!! what a dream of mine -
a friend gave me your link, and I'm so glad!
Anne Marie

samantha chu said...


i just read your article in the ny times and was so inpsired! i also graduated from wheaton college with a degree in english and art history! small world! i wrote a little post on my blog, hope you enjoy!


Oz Girl said...

Congrats on the wonderful article... it's how I found you. :-) And the link to your blog was in the left sidebar on page 2 of the article, a little buried, but I found it. I admire your talent, your tenacity, and your zest for life. From one country girl to another.... have a wonderful day!

Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Congratulations, Sandy! Well deserved accolades for you and hubby and Zuzu! Funny thing, my daughter saw a blurb about your cottage on aol and sent me the link, never knowing that I've been following you for so long and last week saw Fifi's post about your charming studio. Everything you touch is just magical!

Big TX Hugs,
Angelic Accents

PhotoGirl said...

Oh my gosh,you have a blog! I went back to the NYT article to look at the photos (yet again) and I found the link. Fabulous!
What a wonderful eye you have. Rachel Ashwell herself might learn a thing or two from you.
I am VERY impressed with how you did nearly everything yourself; I was motivated to stop whining, get up off my duff, and assemble a table that's been languishing in the Ikea box for a month! Thank you for the inspiration. Vous avez vraiment du style.

Suzanne MacCrone said...

Hi Sandy,

I am so glad that I found your blog. I had no idea you even had one. All my friends and family have been sending me links to your NY Times article and I read that Fifi and Dan are doing a story on you too. Last year they were at my home and did a story about our home.

You have inspired me to re-furbish my 1920's pool house ~ by myself! I'm ready with my tools!

We have some mutual friends. If you have a moment stop by and say hello. Love your story.


Adeline Country Cottage said...

Wow, Wow, Wow Sandy I am speechless, all I will say is that I'm inspired in the most amazing way.....Thank you....your studio is beautiful....I have visited about five times or more, just can't get over how amazingly beautiful it is...inspired!!!!!


...............cata.............. said...

Dear Sandy!
I just find the article about your little house.
I dont have words to say how much inspiring is for me to see those gorgeus photos and how many creativity and elegant mood you have.
congratulations and thank you indeed for sharing this magical place with us.
Regards from Tuscany

~Izabella said...

oh my goodness Sandy~ Your place is a dream!! I am so excited for you! The article pulled me into your sweet little world~ I want to come play!!! ;)

You are pure inspiration!!

Now hold on to your hat~ I am sure, many wonderful events are going to happen because of this article~ xo!!

Anonymous said...

I love your little cottage in the woods...just gorgeous! I'm a happy new follower. :)
Have a wonderful week!
~ Jojeana

The Spanish Dahlia said...

Hi Sandy,
This is my first time popping in, and your Catskill Hideaway is to die for! I live in your neck of the woods too! I live in Glenmont, just 10 mins south of Albany! We have great shopping here as well. I will be following your blog now that I've found you!
~ Stephanie of,

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Anonymous said...

I just 'stumbled'on your blog and love it. Your little house is so neat & cozy. I love it. would love to have one in my back yard. You are so creative and happy! You have another fan!!!

Mariette said...

Dear Sandy,

Through Jo-Anne I had already read your article earlier but now I found your blog! That is so much better even! Congratulations on all this publicity; you deserved it for pure perseverance. Wish we could clone that character!
Love your romantic roses at the top of the blog too!
Okay, that much said: I am following you and also took your button to place it onto my blog.

Greetings from Georgia/USA from another romantic roses lover...


Sherry said...

Congratulations! The photos really did a wonderful tribute to all you have done to your beautiful studio. I enjoy visiting you so much. You have inspired me. I am dreaming of a backyard studio, maybe someday. I totally get your space, I live with a husband and three sons, two are teenagers! What I wouldn't give for a slice of that heaven when I gaze upon your blog! Have a great 4th for you and your husband!

Cottage Panache said...

Wow! So beautiful, your little cottage in the woods! Amazing article and pictures!!! I think everyone of us would love to have a treasure such as yours! Wee Magnifique!

Jen Parrish said...
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Jen Parrish said...

Joining the chorus to tell you how inspirational both you and your cottage are!

Beautiful story and home, thank you so much for sharing it with us.

Cassie Shella said...

I found your blog through Small Town Living and I have to say it is just wonderful! I read the story from the New York Times and found it truly inspirational. I will definately visit you again! I can't wait to see more of your lovely little cottage. Have a Blessed Fourth of July.

Janice Selby said...

What a dream, I want to print this article out and put it on my dream board.
I was in dream land, while I read it all. The pictures are fabulous .
It makes me happy to see someone live their dream, through creativty.
Janice In Missouri

misskp said...

Congratulations, Sandy! I loved the article and photos....and I'm sooooo glad to see you "open" again at the blog. I missed your posts every day while you were in private mode. Thank heaven I checked in again and found you here!

Happy 4th!

Biljana said...

Congratulations, I am your newest follower.Your blog, works are absolutely beautifull:)))
Greetings from Croatia (Europe),
Hugs Biljana

One Shabby Old House said...

Hi nice of you to visit me. I love it when someone comes by with such encouraging words.
Your beautiful home is wonderful. I felt like you took everything I have ever had in my head and completed the dream. Fabulous. You must be in heaven everytime you walk through your doors. I grabbed my hubby and showed him too and he agrees.
I hope you will continue to visit me. We definately are kindred spirits.

koralee said...

My heart is so filled with Joy...just found you and your amazingly lovely world..Congratulations to you! I am in love with your sweet little cabin...enjoy ...your world is truly magical. xoxo

Anonymous said...

I saw your house on Valerie Hart's site. Your hoyse is like a beautiful fantasy... but it's real.
Great article, You have amazing style and talent. Well done. The photos are amazing.

FairfieldHouse said...


This is my first visit to your beautiful blog but I will be returning here often! Your Gingerbread Cottage is beautiful and an inspiration as I start plans for restoring my studio which was originally a one room school house.
Congratulations on the NY Times feature. You are a treat to my eyes and soul.


Tabbyroo said...

Amazingly beautiful, I just keep returning again and again to look at these photographs:)

maria cecilia said...

Sandy, I don`t know how I got here but I´m delighted. I saw your wonderful home featured (somewhere) and have been looking at it quite many times... you have created a charming place, so beautiful, so cozy, wonderful!!!
Greetings from Chile,
maria cecilia

Creative Ambitions said...

I saw this and my jaw dropped! GORGEOUS! GORGEOUS!! What a treasure! I can't believe the transformation!! You had such awesome vision for this little ole' cabin and gave it such a fabulous new life. WOW! ... just wow!

Patyclau said...

Sandy I really like your blog.Congratulations. Today I've posted an article about the twee Catskills Cabin, and I've used some of yours images, it would be great if you come and visit my site. Have a nice week xx

Pearl Maple said...

Congrats on the publication, you have crafted a beautiful space for yourself there.

Teri said...

What beautiful work you do! I just found your blog today. Quickly, I ran and fixed a mug of tea and then sat back and slowly savored all of your blog entries. :) I also love the fact that you have an "Animal Rescue Site" link. I do too. That's something near and dear to my heart.

Charlene said...

Sandy, Congratulations on the being published. I just did a post about you & how ashamed I am that I didn't get this post done sooner. Going back & trying to figure out just WHEN we became friends I was reminded of all the special posts & emails we have had. I AM SO PROUD OF YOU! And looooooooooooooo how far you've come! Your FAMOUS! :) Remember when you went to that barn sale & posted the photos & how I called the guy about buying the silver tray???? HUGS! Charlene

The French Bear said...

What a truly beautiful romantic!!! I love the shot with the votives in the looks spectacular!!! Congratulations on the article, you must be bursting with pride!!! It does have a magical feel to it.
Margaret B

carla ( said...

HI!!! GLad to have found you!!! I saw the article and loved it!!! I posted over on my facebook and would like to send your blog info now as I was getting a few questions if that is ok!!! So glad you have a blog to follow!!! I love what you have done and I am borrowing some of your creativity as I have a small place!!!! It will be a great help to be able to pretty it up more!!! hugs

CIELO said...

What an enchanting dreaming place you have here! I see fairies fluttering all around... that's how enchanted it is ;) So glad I've found you!


Cinderella Moments said...

Hi Sandy!
I found your adorable cottage through a friend. I make dollhouses. And she thought it would be perfect. So I'm making your adorable cottage. Check out my progress if you have time:

SogniSorrisi said...

I am blown away by what you created here. Such a peaceful-looking and beautiful place!

Hazy Day Studio said...

Hello! After seeing a post on the Elements of Style Blog, I headed here to get a better look. Then on over to the New York Times. I Love what you have created! It's charming and enchanting and incredibly inspiring! Amazing!

Sandy said...

I’m gobsmacked with humility and embarrassment reading all your sweet comments!

Thanks from the bottom of my heart.


pinkstilettos said...

Hi. I just wanted to let you know that I did a little article on you and your gorgeous cottage on my blog! Hope that was alright.

Hannes dagbok said...

Your cottage is the most beautiful thing i have ever seen.. im lost for words...


Cidinha said...

Dear friend,

Your house is wonderful and amazing work. I am your
big fan. I ask permission to post some pictures of
his blog talking about your trabalho.Aguardo return. Thanks


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Bianca said...

I cannot believe that I have never seen these pictures before... my heart is actually fluttering!!!!

Nicole said...

Hi Sandy!

Your blog and talent are just breathtaking! I was curious where the bedding is from that you have featured? It is so beautiful!!


Nicole :)

Maison Cara de Papel said...

J'aime beaucoup votre monde et je reviendrai très vite TOUT regarder, je suis sous le charme,
très belle promenade chez vous, avec

Je vous garde dans mes favoris...
Bien amicalement
Kiss from my Provence in France

Winkel's Crazy Ideas said...

What a fantastic cabin!!! Havn`t read the entire story, just found your blog and fell in love with the little cabin. You are hugely talented!

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Pamela on the Front Porch said...

Sometimes I have to come here, take a deep breath and imagine I am there. So beautiful.

Smallpeace said...

Oh my goodness. I saw this story many moons ago and, as they say, plotzed! I'm so happy to have stumbled upon an upstate country sister with decidedly lovely taste. I'll enjoy pouring over your photos. Best.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing your Beauty!

Jillian Rae said...

So amazing! Romantic and fairytale like! Thank you for the inspiration. Sharing your cottage on my blog now! ♥

Burlap Luxe said...

Just beautiful Sandy just beautiful. Every inch of your designs inspires to the depth of my soul.

Congrats for your win over at Bella Rustica!
Merry Christmas

Hege Sletsjøe Morris said...

Wow your blog is amazing! Just discovered it. Wow! Hege

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Anonymous said...

Dear Sandy,
Thank you so much for your beautiful, inspirational tiny Victorian cottage!
My husband and I are restoring and renovating a lovely old Victorian home in Michigan, that was built in 1887.
When I saw the lovely Victorian architectural elements that you incorporated in your cottage design(matching window headers, porch brackets, matching back porch screen doors, etc...) I thought that they would blend perfectly with the existing Victorian elements that have managed to survive in this beautiful old home.
I began searching for your architectural elements as handcrafted Victorian reproductions, but alas, can not seem to locate the artist / manufacturer.
Could you please let me know where I might be able to find the artist or company that manufactured your lovely architectural elements that you used in your tiny Victorian cottage?
Thank you so very much!
Warmest Regards,
Marcella, Michigan

Anonymous said...

Dear Sandy,
Thank you so much for your beautiful, inspirational tiny Victorian cottage!
My husband and I are restoring and renovating a lovely old Victorian home in Michigan, that was built in 1887.
When I saw the lovely Victorian architectural elements that you incorporated in your cottage design(matching window headers, porch brackets, matching back porch screen doors, etc...) I thought that they would blend perfectly with the existing Victorian elements that have managed to survive in this beautiful old home.
I began searching for your architectural elements as handcrafted Victorian reproductions, but alas, can not seem to locate the artist / manufacturer.
Could you please let me know where I might be able to find the artist or company that manufactured your lovely architectural elements that you used in your tiny Victorian cottage?
Thank you so very much!
Warmest Regards,
Marcella, Michigan

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