Hi there! I have a special treat to kick off your weekend today. I get to share with you a special feature on a home that I love so much: the Gotter house. I love the Gotter house for many, many reasons, but one reason is that is just so darn cute!
Elizabeth (Liza) Gotter is my sister-in-love, and happens to be one VERY talented (and believe me when I say VERY) woman. I kid you not when I say that anything she touches turns to gold, and her home is no exception.
I’ve admired her home decorating skills for quite some time now, and the thought/desire to blog about her home has been in my head for quite a while. I finally worked up the courage to ask her if she’d be willing, and the sweet girl said yes! You will know that she is such a generous person when I tell you that she cleaned house for me while she was pregnant so I could do this feature. Talk about love.
All right, without further ado, here is the Gotter house:
Don’t you feel welcome already?
One of Liza’s talented creations. Can I buy this please?
Another creation of Liza’s; she crocheted each swirl, then stitched them together into a rug for her downstairs bathroom.
Liza’s also a very talented cook and baker (there is seriously nothing this woman can’t do).
Her own arrangement of branches. An inspiration that you can have bouquets in the middle of winter.
Liza has a very fun style in her dishes, ranging from eclectic to classic.
Liza’s cat, Murphy. He’ll make an appearance again later.
Liza also does pottery, and here, she displays some of her creations.
She and her husband, Steve, are avid book readers; you’ll find books throughout the house.
This garland was handmade too. It’s called talent, folks.
Liza also loves to paint, and has several of her paintings displayed through her home.
Laundry room window
Murphy was quite perplexed by what I was doing.
I hope you enjoyed the little tour through the Gotter house. Maybe someday you can even visit it! You won’t be disappointed.