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Monday, May 12, 2014

Small Changes...

Small changes make a big difference...


 ...with a little paint...



...and some textured wallpaper....


...and some fabric....

In this room, I also swapped out my heavier drapes for some sheers for the spring and summer months.
"Small changes make a big difference." Don't you think??
The "sprucing up" of  Maison PML 


  1. It looks so pretty! I love the chair you upholstered. xoxo

  2. Very pretty changes, Michelle! Love the sheers. The chair looks great.

  3. That last picture of (sigh) took my heart floating with a big, Awwwwww!!
    What a difference a bit of whiteness adds to the same picture we look at daily and what a dreamy picture to see now every day.

    Thank you for some Monday inspiration, I am off to paint some.

    You have a beautiful change here for the better. Love the slipped chair with the new white side table, it's doesn't get any better then this today.

    Keep inspiring your beauty.

  4. Oh I agree! I have been on a JDL marathon since I got my online subscription, and your pretty corner is just as gorgeous. I love your beautiful chair and lacy curtains. I actually think it makes a huge difference. So so pretty!

  5. The textured wallpaper is a super idea! Hugs, Linda@Wetcreek Blog

  6. Such a sunny corner to sit with a book or magazine, sigh. I love how you transform pieces into gorgeousness.

  7. Michelle,
    You hit it out of the park on this one. Your small changes made a big impact. Love how pretty and bright everything looks. Love this.

  8. Michelle,
    This is true definition of,
    "It's all in the details."

  9. And your details are amazing! You have just the right touch. These pieces were nice before and now they're splendid. I recognized that pot. :)
    Oh, and your post on your Maman brought tears to my eyes. What a beautiful woman and mother - I can see where you get your faith and strength (and pretty face) from!


Taking the time to share your thoughts...your words...and your inspiration fills my soul....Merci.