Home Sweet Home

“Every house where love abides

And friendship is a guest,

Is surely home, and home sweet home

For there the heart can rest.”


– Henry Van Dyke




Homebodies by Jenna Kutcher, Society6



Isn’t this sweet? A garden gate & fencing theme.



Peonies by Kiana of FinchandFawn



restoration hardware



William Morris. The Roots of the Mountain, 1890. London.


This edition is bound in Morris & Co.’s “Honeysuckle” fabric. According to Sydney Cockerell, Morris considered this volume “the best-looking book issued since the 17th Century”.



William Morris. The Roots of the Mountain, 1890. London.





Portrait of Alexander Farnese, by Sofonisba Anguissola, National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin.



Oh so Chic, burlap settee.



A house is made of bricks and stone,

but a home is made of love alone.




Peonies by Kiana of FinchandFawn




“Home is a name, a word, it is a strong one; stronger than magician ever spoke, or spirit ever answered to, in the strongest conjuration.”


– Charles Dickens




by Kiana of finchandfawn.com




The last house on Holland Island in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland before it collapsed into the sea.





Berry Cobbler Muffins

recipe here: cookienameddesire.com



Lewis Foreman Day, Upholstery fabric, 1901. Cotton canvas, Stubbins, England.




by Kiana of FinchandFawn






Home is wherever I am with you.







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