Be prepared for more eye candy from Rachel Ashwell’s “The Prairie” today, as my daughter and I were lucky enough to have the place pretty much all to ourselves for snooping around:-). That being said, there were guests staying in all of the lovely cottages, so I didn’t feel right in taking photos of the outsides while occupied and possibly invading their privacy.
Here is your mini tour, photos in no particular order but I’ll caption some for more info if you don’t have Rachel’s latest book or haven’t seen these yet. My shots were fast, furious and obviously not styled, but you can still get a glimpse of the beauty and flexibility of furnishings like these that are constantly moved around as need be…
The photos in this post are mostly from The Ranger’s Lounge, a place for guests to recharge.
Intriguing paper mannequin with Rachel’s logo.
The working kitchen…can you die?
Display cabinet with some shabby chic goodies.
Ready for guests to dine.
A vintage cardboard faux wedding cake. It was interesting to see the sheer scale of this piece that I’ve seen before in past shots.
Amazing cabinet and mood board topper.
Not so shabby vintage crepe wedding bells.
Of course lots of chandeliers.
Pearl the mascot and Danny were out and about working.
That Hungarian cabinet that Rachel adores (who wouldn’t!) was actually moved into the powder room in The Pearl Barn temporarily. The color here is more the actual color of the piece than in the book. LOVE.
Little Houses On The Prairie:-))
I’ll be back soon with a quick preview post about my home shoot.