When my husband and I lived in our first house, my brother used to claim that we had painted every room 5 times. (He had a little room to complain, since he helped paint a few of the rooms and some siding…and I accidentally dumped a can of outdoor paint all over him and ruined his shirt.) While this is a gross exaggeration, there is truth in the fact that I have a difficult time making a decision and sticking with it. (I freeze when asked by a cashier if I want the receipt emailed or printed. There is the environment to consider…but then there are also 239 emails currently waiting to be sorted in my inbox.) So I love when a design decision is 1) both temporary and 2) allows me the flexibility to change other things up easily. Ever since we put up the temporary faux brick wallpaper in our sunroom, I have moved about 4 different pieces out here above the sideboard and each one has allowed me to go with a slightly different color scheme and look by just changing a few accent pieces up. I love the DeAnn piece out here, and the pop of blue it brings to the space.

We don’t really have anything blooming right now, so I have just been cutting these pretty green branches around the yard and putting them around the house to add a little life and color.


Source List:
Faux painted brick wallpaper – Tempaper Textured Brick White
Floor – Bluestone
Windows and Curtains – existing
Table – Ballard Designs Ceylon Whitewash Outdoor Dining Table
End chairs – IKEA
Knit blanket – made by a family member
Side chairs – Joss and Main Xander Side Chair
Woven chargers – IKEA
Plates and serving dishes – Pottery Barn Emma set
Glasses – Home Goods
Rusty orb light – secondhand store
Glass vase (centerpiece) – antique store
Sideboard – secondhand store

Canvas – DeAnn art
Footed bowl on sideboard – Pottery Barn Emma Footed Serving Bowl
Runner – I made

Orb – Joss & Main

Chaise lounge – Ballard Designs Baldwin Chaise with ruffled slipcover
Striped pillow – Home Goods

Accent table – Target
White striped pillow in chair – Union Willow
Clock – Joss and Main
Side table – Target (was white I painted it)
Plant pot with “35” graphic – secondhand store

Have a wonderful day! – Jamie


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6 thoughts on “Summer Sunroom at Bluestone Hill

  1. What a wonderful place. It really looks nice and cosy.

    I wish You a lovely weekend

  2. Have your Emma plates from Pottery Barn held up well? Do they show utensil marks? Thank you.

    1. Hi, Kim! Jamie’s do now show a little wear and chips here and there from over the years, but Jenni has had her set a few years longer and they actually have held up really well, which makes it a little hard to comment of how a new set will hold up. Sorry I don’t have a definitive answer!


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