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    1. Thank you Cassie. I’m so happy that I finally found he right beads

  1. Marty Oravetz says:

    I love it and what a great tutorial too.

  2. I think this might be my favorite project of yours from the year (but, I still love that front porch!). I seriously am in love with this.

  3. Christina says:

    I love the two deer on top of your fridge. In your professional decorating opinion, what do you think of brass accents with white cabinets with nickle knobs? I can’t change out my knobs right now, but I’d love to add some warmer colors to the kitchen… without clashing. How matchy do you think the knobs with the decor needs to be? I think your knobs are more on the brass side (I looked up your kitchen pics, but it was kinda hard to tell). I agree with your idea to add warmer wood tones – it looks gorgeous!

    1. It doesn’t have to be match match at all. I love mixing metals. Gold and silver is perfect in my book. Did you see my living room from the fall tour? Lots of silver and gold live happily together.

      1. Christina says:

        Ok, I took your advice and put up gold-ish framed pictures on the wall… next to nickle knobs. And I LOVE IT!! Thanks for taking the time to always reply to my comments. And thank you for keeping up this beautiful and inspiring blog ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Love it!! THanks for the detailed instructions.

    1. Thanks so much Tamara!

  5. Esther Books says:

    WOW! These are beautiful. And with all those detailed instructions I feel like I could actually do that myself.

    1. ๐Ÿ™‚ Danke Esther! You could totally do that ๐Ÿ˜‰

  6. Julia, I think you should market that pendant. I absolutely love it. There’s something about the black and light wood that is just so good on the eyes.

  7. Katja - A Home for Design says:

    Wow what a beautiful pendant. I just love those oversize wooden beads. What a great look in your kitchen.

  8. I love it! Wonderful! And the bathroom idea is so nice!

  9. So pretty! Do you remember how much you paid for the strand of beads?
    Thanks
    Shonee

    1. I paid $25 Shone. Did you find more at your local Pottery Barn?

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