Our fireplace decorated with homegrown, homemade, and items purchased from the local farm market, The Dollar Tree store and Good Will. More photos and details can be viewed on my blog: http://www.fairfieldhousenj.com/2010/10/12/f...
We have several feeders in our yard and enjoy seeing the hummingbirds fight and fuss over them. I do not want to cause a delay in their winter migration. They are very familiar with our yard and use the feeders all day long. When should I stop feeding them?
Commented on Aug 23, 2012
Or you could do it the old fashioned way and plant trumpet vines, red bee balm, foxgloves,
honeysuckle, hollyhocks, butterfly bushes ... Our yard is loaded with nesting hummingbirds and butterflies and I don't have any feeders out.
The room was originally a bedroom in our 1880s Victorian Farmhouse but converted to a full bath before we moved in. The room is approximately 11×14. We stripped the wall-paper and put up
bead board (individual pieces, not paneling) and painted the plaster walls above it. We had to demo the west wall to insulate and then install and mud the drywall, sand and paint. More photographs and details can be seen on our blog. http://www.fairfieldhousenj.com/2012/02/13/t...
One of the many admired features of old homes is the front porch. It is the first impression a home makes and can tell others to keep out or extend a warm invitation to sit and stay a
while. The Fairfield House is draped in patriotic pride from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Victorian detailing is evidenced in the wooden corbels, wooden posts, rails, balusters, moldings, and trim. To view more photographs and details visit our blog: http://www.fairfieldhousenj.com/2011/08/14/a...
Commented on Jul 23, 2012
Thank you for your sweet comments. I hope everyone has a special place to just BE. Sherrie, we
are proud Americans and come from military families.