17 September 2012

What I'll Never Tire Of

 I know I've said I'm a fickle person. I love something to death, and then I get sick of it. I gush and I rave and then I am over it. But there's a few things I've done around my house that I can't ever see myself falling out of love with.























These drawings of Paris that belonged to my great-grandmother. 








And I have to include...


{This is me pledging to never get sick of it.}





12 comments:

  1. Those are some great pieces with lots of sentimental value! Well I consider a chandelier sentimental :)

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  2. I love all of this. What a beautiful way to display your veil! I love it !

    sjdmiller.blogspot.com

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  3. I really love that chandelier! So funky.

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  4. great examples of what you will keep. Each one has a "special" story or meaning. That's what makes them KEEPERS!!!

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  5. love everything you posted about
    i can see why you will never "fall out of love" with these pieces
    brett

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  6. I simply love all you have done and good for you for making the Commitment!! I must say the prints of Paris from your Grandmother. Divinely Sentimental ... you lucky girl!! xo

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  7. Brooke, everything is simply gorgeous! I don't think you could ever fall "out of love" with any of it.

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  8. I love your style Brooke! And how did I never know that your For Like Ever sign had your veil inside??? That is probably the coolest thing I have seen. Loving the animal print lamp too :)

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  9. I love all these things that have a special meaning for you!

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  10. Love the Paris drawings and of course your new lamp shade!

    Jessie
    www.mixandchic.com

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  11. I love it all - those Paris drawings are such a great heirloom.

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  12. Brooke I'm not sure which piece I love the most. From the chandelier to the lamp shade to the wedding veil. I love them all! Great pieces!

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