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  1. Allison Wade says:

    Hi Lori….Your talent for mixing the rustic and refined is impeccable. Be who you are, love who you are, embrace the successes as well as the foibles..as they are all learning experiences. Keep up the beautiful housescapes! Holiday Blessings, Ally

  2. Lori – I found your winter color palate very relaxing and elegant! Great job

  3. What a great post Lori ! Apart from your beautiful Christmas palette that I have already planned for next year , it was your description of your style that really spoke to me . I always love your home as it inspires me , but I also struggle with all of the elements that you shared . I thought I was the only one trying to balance French elegance , with modern touches and touches of rustic . Yes , a journey of discovery until it gives us pleasure . Thank you .

    1. Thank you so much for your comment! I am so glad that part resonated with you. As I was writing the post, I realized I really wanted to write about my French style and it belonged in its own post, but since it also applied to my holiday decor, I kept it there. That said, I will eventually write a full post dedicated to modernizing French style in the home as a whole… ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Darlene Riley says:

    Can you tell me where you found the lovely Lavendar throw in the color transition pictures?
    Thanks so much
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    1. Hi Darlene!

      Do you mean the lavender plaid? (I’m not 100% sure which one you mean since this comment is on the brown decor post. I have one solid lavender and one plaid.) If you mean the plaid, it’s from Bronte Moon, but the exact one seems to be sold out. I was able to find this one which is the same color and quality: https://rstyle.me/+o-4MayL6kmIjsEqNCF2vbg

      Hope that helps!