Wednesday, February 18, 2009

En La Casa #5

Bulgarian pottery coexists peacefully with items
from other cultures at Casa Fry.

Mexican Day of the Dead figures

A Swedish horse, and Russian nesting dolls


Cactus Jack Splash said...

Very pretty shelf

ezra_pandora said...

those are neat!! my sister had brought german nesting dolls home for us when she was in high school. I loved playing with them.

You should open a home interior decorating business :) I love all the posts about your home decor.

Anonymous said...

I liked that shelf! Very cheerful!

Unknown said...

Every interesting decor - what would you call it?

I love it when people decorate how they like and not how a group of people on TLC tells them to.

Looks lovely to me!

Leah Fry said...

I call it Eccentric Eclectic ;-) I buy what I like, knowing that eventually, everything will find its own place.

BTW, that's actually my china cabinet, not open shelves. It's filled with that Bulgarian pottery, which I found at a roadside stand in Tallequah, Oklahoma.

Nuzzling Muzzles said...

I like your taste. I'm thinking you might have a gift for interior decoration. We just installed light pine blinds with dark brown fabric tape in some of our windows, and now it feels like we are living in a cottage in the Alps.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

heheh. Your eclectic style pleases me. We used to have exchange students from Scandinavia spend a year with us while I was a teenager. Every Christmas their families would include me when sending their kids gifts. I ended up with a few of those horses, too.
The Mexican pottery and Dia de los Meurtos dolls are beautiful and fun!


C-ingspots said...

Very nice and oh so colorful - kind of like your southwest desert. But...I really love the beautiful wood of the furniture.

Do you have any pics to post of your trainer's Appaloosa stallion?

Pony Girl said...

Great colors in those items! Very fun and "ranchy"! :)
My sister got the bridle and loves it! Hopefully I will be able to try it on My Boy soon, too!

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