Rhapsody in Blue

Rhapsody in Blue

In the living room of the adjoining guesthouse, a blue-painted cabinet, pictured above, holds Clementine’s collection of blue-and-white crockery; she inherited some of the pieces from her grandmother. The Roeks brought the table and chairs with them when they moved from Holland.

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  1. I loved this feature article in the new French Cottage Classics issue which I recently received. Not only were the photos wonderful, but I rather enjoyed the storyline behind it. I would love to trade places with this couple to enjoy a wonderful new life in this beautiful home and surroundings !

    This special issue was a real treat to look through and to dream of visiting France and their beautiful countryside !

    God bless !

    Brandon Hartford
    Te Deum Cottage

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