as promised, here’s a sneak peak into their home. my mom, as you can see, has some serious skills when it comes to decorating a house..
the bedroom – probably my favorite room in the house. love the white beadboard and beachy feel of the colors. love how she uses actual buttons on the wall to accent things like the small painting on the right. she had greggie make the distressed shelf above the bed to hold meaningful bits.
the sunroom. love how it’s dressed in shades of white and cream. there are so many lovely details in this room that it’s hard to capture. notice the heart hanging from the cupboard – a jennifer valentine (my sister) original..
this sits on the dining room table. she made this little guy her own by dressing it up with beads and a crown of buttons. notice more buttons on the wall in the background (left). cracks me up.
i am in love with this large painting above the fireplace. it’s a local artist. i need to find out who it is.
my bff gina came down from atlanta for the weekend for some serious girlie fun. we stayed for hours at the spa where we lounged and ate after massages. we completed the day with a visit with another girlfriend, a trip to the make-up counter, then another viewing of sex+the city. good times. good times. this is us at the retirement party being silly. we’ve know one another 21 years. she has been a major witness in my life. good times and hard.
and the man of the hour: my stepdad greggie. he is the most gentle man you’ll ever meet. it’s hard to walk into a teenage girl’s life and date (then marry) her mother. he did it with such grace and delicacy – i am forever grateful. in many ways, he has been the beacon of calm in a life often filled with drama (think teenage years, the tumultuous 20s, lots of transition) and i never had to worry about disappointing him. he simply accepted me for me and gently allowed me to grow up without any intimidation or force. i’ve really appreciated and loved this about him. he’s the owner of a giant heart, quiet with peace and acceptance. i’m a lucky girl. i really am.
Hi, I'm Kelly Rae Roberts!
Before I picked up my first paintbrush at the age of 30, I was a medical social worker. I followed my whispers and started playing with paint and everything changed. Now I’m a full-time artist, author and Possibilitarian, who helps women explore their creativity, nourish their souls and build a thriving creative business.
Don't want to miss a post?
Get my LATEST POSTS sent to your inbox.