A Kentucky Cottage Infused with Timeless Elegance

Happy Thursday! If you have been following along for a while you know by now that I usually don’t write blog posts on Thursdays, but this home was too beautiful to wait until tomorrow to share!

When I first saw the home of Gadabout Creative founder, Hanna Seabrook, featured in the May edition of Southern Living my heart started to race. It is just that beautiful! When Seabrook and her husband relocated to Louisville, Kentucky she transformed their 1940’s cottage into an ethereal blend of antiques, botanical prints, woven accents accents, and pops of pattern. She expertly layers natural elements throughout the home and uses soft hues and whimsical details to create rooms that are both welcoming and the epitome of effortless elegance. I have a feeling you are going to fall in love with her home as much as I did. Enjoy!

P.S. The original article in Southern Living includes the before pictures and is a must read!

You know you’re in for a treat the moment you walk through the front door…
Every element of this sitting room is exquisite. From the fringed ottoman to the botanical prints and woven screen, I keep dissecting every detail of this room!

I love the classic combination of stripes with Hollyhock by Lee Jofa.
The tonal pairing of the blue molding and chair rail with the soft blue walls is enchanting!

Butcher block countertops compliment the farmhouse-style kitchen.
The mix of metals and antiques in the kitchen make it impossible not to instantly imagine starting your morning here cup of coffee and ending your day with a cup of tea.
The contrast of the rich brown walls and built-ins with the buttery warm neturals of the tables, table skirt, and seagrass rug are lovely. The bold blue and white print is carried throughout the room and adds a focal point and sense of depth.
Such a light, airy bedroom!
It’s all in the details and the ruffled chair skirt, antique bed, and picture frames that matching the wall color make this room so darling!

Thank you for stopping by and I’ll be back tomorrow with my Friday Favorites!





  1. Melinda Hartzog
    May 15, 2019 / 12:11 pm

    How am I just now discovering your blog?! I absolutely love the posts and shared finds that are gorgeous!

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