Tony's brother is an artist, and made all of the ceramic leaves, platters, etc....and they were great! I love everything about this place! I love the urn in the fireplace. They had some absolutely amazing pots!
Don't you love all of the pots they used! I love to see what other people come up with! Who would have thought to done this!
They collect old garden gnomes (Bilbo would love them!). They have them all throughout the house and gardens.
They also incorporated several outdoor garden statues throughout the home, and they look great!
Robert dabbles in antiques, and they have some amazing pieces in their home!
This old French buffet was one of my favorites! I have no where in my house to put it...but I would LOVE to have a piece like this!
They had a fantastic collection of vintage Santa's. You can see them in the cabinet at the end of the table.
Look at all of them!
This is another piece I want for my house! Wow!!! I could definitely do some baking with that much room!
Hmmm...why have I never thought about this! I have several old cookie cutters, and lots of old bowls. So guess what I came home and did! LOL!
Isn't that old wrought iron piece great!
When we reached the backyard, we were blown away. Clearly it was dark, but you could see that it was an amazing place. We have already warned them that we will be back come Spring time!
There were all of these amazing hanging baskets suspended from the old oak trees.
I must have one of these!
This was the back entrance
I also must have two of these!
After we perused the back yard, we made our way back inside to finish up the tour.
There we have Part 2! I love that each house is completely different! We have 3 more houses to tour. They will all be in the next post!
I hope you all enjoyed Part 2! Please stop by and visit Bilbo Waggins!