Osez Interiors by Dominique Fournier just made my day! Half of our household has been sick and cranky all week and this delightful cottage provided just the mental getaway I needed right now! Captured by photographer Tia Fennelly, the dreamy home in New Brunswick, Canada embraces its waterfront location in all the right ways. The wood look porcelain tile flooring and custom stained shiplap are the perfect beachy backdrop for the fresh coastal hues. We definitely need to discuss the gorgeous fireplace surround…the custom mosaic tile is a work of art! Over in the kitchen I just love the dual cabinet colors, glass tile backsplash and colorful dining chairs. And the comfy slipcovered pieces in the family room too! You guys will love the master bathroom in this home–see that as well as many more inspiring projects by Dominique Fournier here!
I can’t believe it, but it’s almost been three weeks since Mirabel turned one! What a year. She’s now walking, climbing up the stairs, even talking a little bit! Unfortunately she had a bit of a cold on her big day, I couldn’t even get a smile out of her for her “official” 12-month photo…
…until Wesley sat with her! 🙂
Have a great weekend everyone!!
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Oh poor poppet – big brothers can help tho’. Love this home, such dreamy and calm colours, and a sweet kitchen.
What cutie-pies! Two peas in a pod! So sorry to hear her special day was spent a bit under the weather!
Naomi S says
Such cuteness! One year old! The time passes so fast, doesn’t it? My family just gathered for my oldest daughter’s forty-first birthday! I can’t wrap my mind around it. Just last month she was only one! Looks like Mirabel and Wesley are good pals. (Most of the time, right?) Sweet kiddos!
Oh, yes, the house was great too! I do love that bathroom!
Hope you all are healthy again soon.
judy marks says
It takes a brother sometimes to stir things up. Darling children. Lovely home and colors. You’re doing a great job on all fronts. Judy Marks
DId you see this!?
I love to see your children ! They are so cute. Thanks for sharing pictures of your family.
Years after years, I find your blog and decoration so beautiful and inspiring. Thank you for your hard work.
Cathie (your faithful reader from Toulouse in France)