When I bought the birdhouse, I intended to put it outside. After I got it home, I could not go through with it. I had to put it inside where I could see it every single day. I decided to put it at the bottom of the basement steps. Now, every time I go downstairs I can see it. I will write more about exactly where I got the birdhouse at a later date. For now, here is the wonderful birdhouse made by Rick Lachance.
I love the detail he adds to every house!
This particular birdhouse was made from salvaged wood from on old general store. If the wood could talk, can you imagine the stories it could tell?
Rick's wife, Virginia, works with wool and is very talented as well. Rick and Virginia have a website call Farmhouse 1807. To visit their site click ~here~. To read the article about Rick in Country Living, click ~here~.
I also did a little tweaking today. You may remember the red primitive cabinet that was in the basement bedroom. When I painted the bedroom, I decided to move the cabinet upstairs so that I could see it more. I decided to put it in the bedroom upstairs. This is how it looks.
I really like how it turned out!
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