May 15, 2012 - Recomendations    8 Comments

The Cavender Diary

Today I want to share with you a fabulously styled home.  It belongs to James and Jamie.  They live in a 1972 ranch house outside of Dallas, TX.  The first time I saw James’ blog and the photos of thier home, I was smitten.

I mean seriously, look at this master bedroom!

I know it is in Texas, but to me it is the perfect mix; Ralph Lauren meets Sundance.  How perfect would this souvenir program look in my Cowboy Nursery?  The level of detail here is amazing.

This, my friends, is fabulocity at it’s best.  The sign, the clothes, hats, and of course the boots.  Yowzers!

And the main living area is unreal.  Check out the Indian photo on the back wall!  I love all the layered rugs, books, pillows.

Pretty good over-all shot

Even their spices look awesome (I’ve been secretly collecting these Target “Archer Farms” spice bottles too).

Oh, and this is just part of their TV stand, look at the depth of styling.  I could really just move right in to their home and not change a thing, don’t you agree?

Here are a couple of projects James shares on his site:

Plumbing Pipe Firewood Holder

Wood Wall

Trust me, this is just a sampling of their A.M.A.Z.I.N.G. home.  James also shared their renovations and history behind many of the pieces shown above.  You MUST check out TheCavenderDiary.com, and tell them Amanda from B&D sent you.

The Cavender Diary

8 Comments

  • Fantastic home, loved EVERYTHING! Thanks for sharing.

  • Cowboys..Indians…..everything about this home would look amazing in my own home!!! Thanks for turning me onto this beautiful blog!
    ~Kim

  • Wow! They are AmaZing and there home is gorgeous. Thanks for introducing me to their blog.

    • ahem … that would be “their home is gorgeous”! Uggghhh … I hate when I do that! LOL!

  • What a refreshing change from all the “white” rooms I’m seeing all over the blogs. I love this look, thanks for sharing it, I’m going to check their blog.

    • Julie, I couldn’t agree more! I love a crisp white room with turquoise accessories and a lattice pattern every once in a while, but it was so exciting to see The Cavender Diary and their unique style. Glad you like them too.
      Amanda

  • nice post

  • looking good

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