Wednesday, May 2, 2012

A Thoughtful Place

I skipped out on my regular post today...busy getting ready for Emily's birthday...but I wanted to pop in and give a huge thank-you to Courtney at  A Thoughtul Place.  She found one of my posts at a link party and then stumbled on my painted ceiling fans, and did a big ol' feature on them today!  Whee!  

I have been a follower of Courtney's blog for a long while.   Her style is amazing and she does some awesome DIY projects.  A few of my recent favorites...
(Pin away, but please be nice and click one time on the photo link first 
so proper credit will be given where it's due...)

Faux brass cornered frames
Nail head trim added to chairs
Fabric lined shelf backs

And, you have to see her solution when she realized the awesome upholstered headboard that she scored at Target for a steal wasn't quite right...

Custom Headboard

Also, Courtney just teamed up with her sister to start a new design business, Casey Grace Design where they will offer online design board and in-home design services for local clients.  Congratulations on your new venture, Courtney, and thanks again!

Stop by and visit A Thoughtful Place today.  You'll want to stay a while!


  1. What a sweet and wonderful surprise. Thank you for such a kind post. So thrilled to have found your blog!

  2. Congrats on the feature, Jennifer! I remember your ceiling fan was amazing! I'm headed over for another look! :)

  3. Oh, yes, yes, yes. Courtney is...there are no words. Talk about a girl who can do no wrong. Love her blog...for a long time now. (Have some catchin' up to do over there. Definitely a blog I yours...when I'm toooo busy.)

    Congrats on the feature. That's a huge compliment!

  4. Love Courtney and her style too. I don't know if I've seen your fan?? -- off to check it out right now.

  5. I checked her blog and yes, it's wonderful! I think the two of you have similar tastes.



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