Itâ€™s no secret that I ADORE Bradbury and Bradbury wallpaper. I often cycle through the gorgeous photography on their web site thinking â€How big of a … Continue reading Thanks Bangor Bungalow!
Looks like I spoke (wrote?) too soon – I just found the black and white damask rug on another website.
I can’t decide how I feel about olefin though. On the one hand, I don’t want to spend a fortune on a wool rug which might get trashed, and getting trashed is a distinct possibility in a playroom. Continue reading “Oops! How do you feel about olefin?”
Chloe turned six earlier this month, and while it may be sort of an odd fixation for a six year old to have, she is nonetheless obsessed with Paris. Santa must have heard about her francophile tendencies, because he left some brand new Parisian-themed bedding under the tree on Christmas morning. Continue reading “A Touch of Paris in Portland – Bedroom Progress”
Hi everyone! Thank you so much for taking time to to share your thoughts and opinions on our playroom rug situation. If you’ve been following the … Continue reading Update on the Playroom Rug – Thanks for your Votes!
A few months back, a local photographer – Kim Campbell of Campbell Salgado Studio – came to the bungalow to photograph the insanity! Actually, it wasn’t all that insane – just a relaxing couple of hours of parents, kids and pugs soaking up the sunshine and smiling for the camera.
A big thank you to Dan Mark, an architect, architectural historian and house genealogist who has been following the posts on our home’s genealogy. Dan has generously augmented the information collected by … Continue reading Yet More House Genealogy…
Dawn has a gift for house genealogy and has very kindly put her skills to work for us, digging up lots of fascinating historical information about our home. On a recent trip to Portland’s Cental Library, she was able to discover the following: Continue reading “Supercalifragilisticexpi-Bungalowcious!”
As I mentioned in my previous post, it rarely snows in Portland, so Sunday’s blanketing of the area was an unexpected surprise. Apparently, it may snow … Continue reading Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!
Julio snapped these photos of the front of our house on Sunday. Snow is fairly unusual in these parts, so a white Christmas is a rare treat … Continue reading Nothing like a little snow to put you in the holiday spirit!
…at least in the living room. Unfortunately, the rest of the house is still a mess. I don’t really feel like sharing photos of the chaos, so here’s … Continue reading It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…