Charming Vintage Home Tour ~ Q is for Quandie
Today I’m so excited to share a charming vintage home tour with you …
… from the blog Q is for Quandie!
Linda is a girl after my own heart, with a love of all things vintage!
Take a look …
This is Linda’s summer cottage that sits on her property.
She currently uses it as a photo staging area for her furniture makeovers.
… Like this gorgeous sideboard Linda painted in French Linen.
Each and everyone of her furniture makeovers is beautiful.
I love the charm she added with a diamond pattern painted floor!
A bright and cheery front door welcomes you to Linda’s home.
Bright green foliage in the window box matches the porch door.
The purple coleus adds a dramatic and pretty contrast to the green.
Just inside the front door, a checkerboard floor greets you on the porch.
Classic black and white, softened by white wicker.
Linda’s living room has beautiful, big windows framed by built-in shelves with her pottery collection.
A wooden ladder and unique coffee table add whimsy to the cozy space.
It’s all perfect for a charming vintage home!
Adjacent to the living room is a beautiful, spacious piano room.
The hardwoord floors really set off the grand piano.
Horizontal stripes on the walls repeat the lines of the floor planks.
Moving into the kitchen, Linda repeated the checkerboard floor pattern from the porch.
The pretty wall color warms the space against the white kitchen cabinets.
And did you notice that fabulous black-painted dresser in the next room? Gorgeous!
How cute is Linda’s pantry? Pretty cute, right?
I adore the “public phones” sign on the gorgeous windowed door.
Outside, Linda’s charming vintage home has ample deck space with plenty of seating.
What a great place to enjoy warm summer days and cool evenings!
Another outbuilding on Linda’s property is this charming carriage house.
Linda holds sales here to sell her beautiful, painted furniture.
I wish I lived closer to her so I could go to the carriage house sales!
I would buy something beautiful like this wallpapered linen chest.
Be sure to check out all of Linda’s gorgeous painted furniture!
I think you’ll love her charming vintage home over at Q is for Quandie!
Visit all the other house tours in my Charming Home Series!
I <3 that her kitchen says "YUM."
I adore Linda’s charming home!!! Her painted floors are wonderful.
I need to check out her blog…
Thank you so much for featuring my 1904 farmhouse in your Charming Vintage Home Tour! You were right, there are plenty of photos, even though I haven’t yet blogged about my bedrooms, craft/blogging room, dining room … or the world’s tiniest bathroom. Hopefully I will find time to share those on my blog before too long. Thanks for coming for a virtual visit, and to all of your readers, welcome to my home!
Love it all! I could stare at that kitchen for hours. There are so many wonderful details in there. Love that carriage house too. 🙂
Darling kitchen with a fabulous floor.
Love the painted floors! Getting up the nerve to do mine!
I look forward to this series each week! Love the beautiful home you shared today!
Wow! I just pinned a bunch of her furniture pieces, They are stunning! Thanks for sharing,
Love her blog!
Pretty! Checkerboard floors make me 🙂
Adorable home, so cozy and inviting; it feels so warm!
Linda’s home is just charming. Love those painted floors and I too love the door on her pantry and the public phone sign. That is too cute. I am hoping over now to Linda’s blog.
Absolutely charming home, Jennifer! I especially love her black and white floor. I’ve always wanted one myself.
I will definitely be heading over to Linda’s for a longer visit! Her home is so charming and that linen cabinet with the wallpaper is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing, Jennifer!
The picture of the kitchen & carriage house are AMAZING! So cozy & charming-love all the little extras & accessories. Again the carriage house I can’t get over!!!
I adore your home tour segments and look forward to them every week.
What a gorgeous, cozy home! I especially love the kitchen, and the patterned wood floors!
So many kind and lovely comments! Thank you so much to everyone who visited today!
Thanks for inviting everyone into your home, Linda! It’s so pretty and inspiring. Everyone loves your checkerboard floors, painted furniture … and everything else!!
Very nice post on Linda and her wonderful home. She is definitely on my list of the very best blogs.
How did you hang the microwave over stove?
This is Linda’s husband. We had a woodworking friend who was over while I was wondering how to mount it. It’s mounted to the studs in the wall and further secured by the “shelf” above it.