country living: october isn't just good for halloween stuff--they had a great popover recipe that just looked so divine i couldn't pass up making them that very afternoon! (let's not overlook the super sweet cupcake tins in the picture...what a good idea!) the recipe i coupled the popovers with was this wonderful autumn soup...one i think is wonderful, but my husband will only eat a half-bowl of it and then he's on to the leftover pizza in the fridge. more for me!
it also has great decor--this is not something that is realistic in my life right now, but i certainly do think it's gorgeous. I think the key for the clothes looking pretty are the wooden hangers--my mismatched, plastic, seafoam green, blue, and don't forget the silver ones, walmart special, would just not cut it if i was looking for elegance. the pink satin curtains are absolutely divine, and the duvet cover is of COURSE from anthro--i think it would be pretty easy to make, but probably cost the same in fabric as it would to just buy it, so you might as well just save time and go buy it. i love the top-to-bottom curtains behind the bed. i might have to try that in our next apartment, since we won't be able to paint. it has a really pretty, old style to it, but the colors and minimum use of patterns make it a little more modern.
this is in a house that's super old-school, but has some of the coolest rooms. they have a room with lamps that look like WWI army helmets, and a bust of abraham lincoln--it's their dining room...why not? this is their mudroom. i don't think it's super logical to have a rug in their mudroom, but i do think it's genius to cut the legs down on a gymnastics horse for a bench, and to also wallpaper the doors covering their washer & dryer in order to hide that the washer & dryer is in there. i would not have even guessed...
that is the end of our country living: october collection! hope you enjoyed it--i know i loved every second!