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Snowman Hunt #2: Dining Room

Welcome to my Snowman Hunt at Chez Mumzy!

Yesterday, I took you on a tour at mumsy's front porch and living room area. The next stop today is the dining room!
It is not only a place where we ate tasty meals. Here, we also play card games, enjoy the warm cozy fireplace and make smores!

This house is built with love. Dadzy (my father-in-law) spent a long time remodelling this house with a help from a few friends! He is a minister not a carpenter but he had done a great job in building a church and remodelling their home. If I can only show you a documented photos of before and after of the house. He is amazing!

He even made the mantle all by himself! In fact, he made one for a neighbor! So there is an identical mantle like this around Mayfair somewhere.

Mumsy took care for interior designing
Mostly she made them herself!
I never actually asked if this sewing machine still runs.

Anyways, it makes a very nice table.

I love her collection of antique findings

Precious moments figurines are all over the house!

They have been collecting it for more than 30 years!
I love this wall decoration!

These are placed on top of a china cabinet which I forgot to take a photo. (oh shoot) She loves this scene because it reminds her of home. She grew up in Upper Peninsula.

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed my little tour around Chez Mumsy. Tomorrow, I will post some pictures of her kitchen (My favorite place).

Till the next post! Have a wonderful day!!!

Momma Hens Coop



  1. Oh, how pretty. Thanks for the tour. I love the window vignette with the "Peace" plaque.

  2. What a lovely home! You must love to go and visit!

  3. This is a beautiful little cottage! I would love to dine at that table by the tree. A new followere, andrea@townandprairie

  4. Myric,
    This is such a lovely space. I love those red glass candle holders. I know you were intrigued with Jess' MISS SKINNY SNOWMAN. I did a post about her today, so you can see her. Help me come up with a name for her too. hehe
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

  5. Wow! The living room looked like it was taken from some magazine or from a doll house!

  6. It's all so lovely, Myric! The transformation of this room is just fabulous. It looks quite charming now.

    Hope you'll link to Time Travel Thursday this week. I look forward to having you join the fun throughout this new year. Happy New Year to you and yours!

    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage

  7. A truly beautiful home. You have been blessed with wonderful inlaws.
    Have a great day.
    Always, Queenie

  8. Oh wow, it's GORGEOUS!! And your in-laws seem awesome!!! Lucky you!!!

  9. Absolutely gorgeous! I LOVE their fireplace!! Stopped over from Show and Tell Friday and just became your newest follower. Would love you to follow back.

  10. Thank you for the tour! The house is beautiful and impressive!

  11. Just gorgeous! I love the mantel and the window with PEACE on it. Love the wall decoration holding the pot of holly too.

    Thanks for sharing and Happy New Year.


  12. So Cute! I'm off to see the porch and living room and I'll be back to see the kitchen tomorrow! :)

    Happy New Year!

    P.S. I'm following you now... hope you will come by and say hi.

  13. Such a great job. I also love all of the snow people. I'd love to have you join Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

  14. What a craftsman your F-I-L is! The fireplace transformation is wonderful and I love that old sewing machine. It does make a lovely table. I enjoyed the tour and I'm your newest follower. I hope you can pop over to Cottage and Creek and follow back. God bless!


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