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    1. Hi, Mary,

      I’d echo Crystal’s comments. I’d check every thrift store, every yard sale, and every estate sale and buy EVERY wooden spoon/scraper/whatever until I had enough utensils to make the garland.

      It looks like the homeowner tied each utensil to the curtain rod with a piece of fabric, torn to look like a “rag.”

      VERY creative!

  1. VERY Country! I love it! The spoon garland tickles me. Cute cute cute.
    I noticed the reversed carsiding on the walls. We did the same thing in our "Whim" on one end of the living room.

  2. Hi Crystal, what a great property and I LOVE that gate the homeowners made. They have put a lot of work into their home to make it their own style. I used to love the primitive look and subscribed to Country Sampler, then I got away from that look but I still find myself drawn towards it when I see pictures. It's just such a warm and comfortable look. I love log cabins so the wood walls in the home really appealed to me. Great idea wrapping the stove chimney with copper.
    Lots of great ideas. The pics are from a few years back, I wonder if they still live there.

    Have a great week!

    1. Hi Shirlee! I loved this home the moment I saw it, too. All the homemade goodies are awesome. I used to have my home in the country/primitive style as well and went the complete opposite to retro modern/'s what I love about home decor. It can change the whole mood of a home and make it seem like a whole new home. I hope you are enjoying your summer! Thanks for commenting!

      1. Crystal, we're cut from the same cloth! Although I still have a soft spot for country/primitive, I now find myself wanting a more uncluttered mix of retro/vintage and contemporary look too. We've gotten rid of so much in anticipation of downsizing and moving into a mobile home and I really like the pared down look. Less to clean too.

  3. Thanks so much for sharing this with us!!! I have a soft spot in my heart for the GA mountains and doublewides since I had one back in the mid 70's when I was young. Very fond memories. This is a beautiful example of what can be done with a MH. Although, doublewides are so much like a stick built house they do not require much challenge to look great. These folks took a gem and turned it into a diamond!