My summer home tour……

Welcome to everyone taking The Shabby Creek Cottages Summer Tour of Homes and everyone coming over from Not Just a Housewife. I am so honored to be included with all of these amazing bloggers!

 

Tomorrow you can link your own home  at The Shabby Creek Cottage and join in on the fun!
Welcome to my home! It has been and continues to be a work in progress.
Cute Spring vignette over sink with towel
My kitchen is very neutral, which is great because I like to change things around  a lot. This way I can add color or change for seasons easily.
Pretty white kitchen with coral accents
 You can read about our burst pipe and how our journey to our new kitchen here. It was featured in Country Living magazine about 2 years ago.
Great pops of color ina  white kitchen
Pretty vintage pitchers on a windowsill
Great cabinet display
 This hutch is my $200 Craiglist find. You can read about it’s transformation here.
We also had an emergency bathroom renovation, which lately seems to be our style.
Pretty vintage inspred bathrrom with pops of color
 And we gave it a vintage modern twist with a bit of Anthropologie thrown in. It’s one of my favorite rooms. I still love the black and white basket weave floor.
Pretty cottage bathroom
I use regular fabric curtains for shower curtains with a liner. When are curtain manufacturers going to get that 70 x 70 is so out.
I need one of these!
 My living room is always changing and actually it’s in the middle of a change itself, but here’s a look at how it was before.
VIntage couch
 This is my $25 entryway.
I needed to do something to tame all of that crazy outerwear.
Large clock with bead board
 You would think 5 people would not need 800 pairs of shoes and 75 coats,  all at the front door at once laying on the floor in a big pile, but I guess around here, that’s how we roll.
It’s not the Rizzo house if there’s not a big pile of stuff to trip over right when you walk in.
Pretty entry area
Clock and dresser
 Our bedrooms are pretty neutral. You can see the rest of my girl’s room here.
Pretty thrift store frame display for a girls room
 and you can see our dramatic bedroom makeover here. This is another room getting a bit of a change,stay tuned!
Serene bedroom
Light dresser with dark handles
And finally let’s take a walk in my back garden and relax.

Pretty outdoor seating area

This is my favorite part of the yard.

Prety wisteria with outdoor cafe table

I love sitting out here when the Wisteria are in full bloom.

walk through garden path

And all of the Hosta are finally out of the ground.

Wisteria in full bloom , Pretty!

It’s so relaxing!

 Thank you so much for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed a tour of my home!
 To continue to tour, pop on over to the fabulous home at  Makely School for Girls!
If you’ve missed any amazing homes; here is a complete list:

DAY 1 (June 3rd)

2 – The Nester @ Nesting Place
3 – Mandi @ Vintage Revivals
5 – Ashley @ The Handmade Home
6 – Kristin @ The Hunted Interior
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DAY 2 (June 4th)

1 – Beckie @ Infarrantly Creative
2 – Jen @ Tatertots and Jello
3 – Chris @ Just a Girl
4 – Brooke @ All Things Thrifty
5 – Karen @ The Graphics Fairy
6 – Emily @ Decor Chick
7 – Roeshel @ DIY Show Off
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DAY 3 (June 5th)

1 – Melissa @ The Inspired Room
2 – Wendy @ The Shabby Nest
3 – Donna @ Funky Junk Interior 
4 – Marianne @ Songbird
5 – Lisa @ The Pennington Point
7 – Brittany@PrettyHandyGirl
DAY 4 (June 6th)
1 – Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality (www.southernhospitalityblog.com)
2 – Traci @ Beneath My Heart (www.beneathmyheart.net)
3 – Stacy @ Not Just a Housewife (www.notjustahousewife.net)
4 – Jen @ Jennifer Rizzo (www.jenniferrizzo.com)
5 – Lindsay @ Makely Home (www.makelyhome.com)
6 – Sandra @ Sawdust Girl (www.sawdustgirl.com)
and if you love this tour of homes, come back here on December 2nd for my 3rd annual Holiday house walk with over 25 featured homes!!!
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Comments

  1. 1

    says

    Jen, your home always amazes me! It’s so pretty and you have such good ideas. You sure are good at using space efficiently. Enjoyed seeing your yard today too.

  2. 6

    says

    Ohhhh so beautiful Jen! I was so looking forward to your tour! Your elegant, homey touches make me want to kick off my shoes and come on in! Your kitchen is so charming! Thanks for the wonderful step inside your home!

  3. 7

    says

    Lovely home, Jennifer! Everything is so elegant and charming. Beautiful girls’ room, too. My favorite though, is the incredible cabinet in the kitchen. (Well, actually just the whole kitchen itself.) You did such a beautiful job with the renovation.

  4. 8

    says

    I love your home! It has so many interesting features and your decorating is serene and pretty. I love the touches of orange. I made that tea towel into a pillow! Too many things to comment on, but the kitchen is perfection! Cheers! Cindy @ sunsetcoasting.blogspot.com

  5. 9

    says

    Beautiful, Jen! I just adore your style! And OH THAT KITCHEN! I love it. We had to re-do our bathroom unexpectedly too. My son stood on the soap dish and the whole tiled shower wall came down. Oops! Still have no clue why he stood on the soap dish. :)

    Thanks for the tour!

  6. 10

    says

    Jen your home is beautiful. I love the chandelier above the island in your kitchen! Your daughter’s butterfly wall is gorgeous. And your outdoor space…need I say more! Thanks for the tour :)
    Marie@InteriorFrugalista

  7. 17

    says

    It’s really beautiful Jen!! I love all the calm soothing tones, that you’ve used in your home! That tile floor in your bathroom is fantastic! I see lots of inspiration here, so I’m going to start pinning now! Thanks for the tour!

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    Anne says

    Hi there, love your home. The entrance hall sounds just like ours! Also five people who seem to put on a different coat everytime they go out.

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