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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Lovely Aged & Shabby Guest Post By Joanna of Design Shuffle

Hi Everyone,  I'm so excited about this post.  Joanna, a writer for Design Shuffle, an online portal for interior designers to show their portfolios, is here to show us a post she created, Lovely Aged and Shabby based on my personal design style.  So, grab a cup of your favorite beverage, find a comfortable chair and sit back and enjoy the show!

Hi! I'm Joanna, a writer for Design Shuffle, an online portal for interior designers to show their portfolios and for design enthusiasts to view. I love my work! I get to spend my days online searching for the most beautiful decorating images and ideas. I get to share them with blog readers like you. Today, I bring you some of the loveliest spaces with aged and shabby dÈcor. I hope you enjoy and get some interior design inspiration of your rooms.
Aged Decor
By far one of my favorite aged decors, this space is so quaint and serene. In particular, I love the charming chandelier. Aged Decor
 The patinaed walls and herringbone floors of this European living room give character to the space. The lighting fixtures are stunning! Aged Decor
The aged stone floors and rough hewn wood accents of this passageway imbue it with a sense of history.
  Aged Decor
Shabby chic furnishings are quite at home in this lovely eat-in kitchen. Wouldn't it be such as charming place to sit for a cup of tea? Aged Decor
 A beautiful and elegant dining room has its own touches of aged decoróthe iron garden table and chairs and various architectural elements. Does this space inspire any decorating ideas for you? Aged Decor
This sleeping porch is so very inviting with its aged architecture and sumptuous textiles. Can you just imagine taking an afternoon siesta here? Aged Decor
 A French country space is inviting with its rustic chairs and harvest table. The bare windows bring nature indoors. Aged Decor
 One of the smallest kitchen designs I've seen is tucked away behind folding doors. A tiny kitchen in this Italian apartment is adorable and a bit rustic. The weathered paint and stone wall add to its aged appearance. I love it! Images 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 Which inspiration is your favorite? Be sure to check out Design Shuffle where you'll find a great assortment of design inspiration here!

Please feel free to include your favorite inspiration in your comments :)

Thank you so much Joanna!


  1. I love that all white kitchen with the rustic table in the dream kitchen. XoXo

  2. Lovely post and pics, I truly enjoy looking at this interior style even though I don´t have it at home. :-)

  3. Mmm I love both the dining rooms, they look just the sort of place you could sit for hours and enjoy good food, fine wine and great company.

  4. Beautiful rooms, I can hardly choose a favourite, they are all so amazing!! But, I think I will go with the 3rd one, but I could have them all really :))) Stunning atmospheres!! xx

  5. they are all gorgeous really; right now i’m having a cup of tea and baking, so perhaps i’d say i’d love to sit in that eat in kitchen?

  6. They all are pretty wonderful. Just lovely.

  7. Just like Sandra is the kitchen that has the strongest appeal to me...
    thanks for sharing auch pretty interiors : )

  8. Lovely rooms ... thanks for sharing!
    Take care, Francine

  9. That fab kitchen with the wooden shabby French Provincial table and darling chandelier is mine!!! Now, I just have to convince my husband to re-decorate... gorgeous post xx

  10. Hay dear friend from far,

    You make a beautiful post my friend.
    I love those pictures and the bedroom is so romantic.
    And I will sit and eat in that kitchen...

    I hope you are fine Kris...

    Love from your friend,

  11. so classsy+chic the favourite is nr 7! may be because I love cooking and this table looks so gorgeous for displaying all the home-made dishes:-)))happy sunday eve+great new week from me!

  12. Oh the dining room with the iron garden table and the tucked away kitchen are, hands down, my favorite!!! Although they are all gorgeous! I just love tiny spaces so I really could live with a small kitchen behind doors like that!


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