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  1. I am interested in purchasing the Marie-Amalia Mirror you feature here but stores no longer SELl it. If you are willing to sell yours, I’d like to buy it!

    1. Nina Hendrick says:

      Hi, Rebecca! I love the mirror too and am not currently considering selling it— but the shape is called a Louis Philipe mirror and there’s a similar one available for sale here! I hope that helps! 😊

  2. Nature is beautiful and you certainly captured that serene atmosphere in this post. I so enjoy your style and approach.

    Thank you for sharing,

  3. Oh, Can I come over for Sangria? Looks amazing and so does your home. Love all of the farmers market touches. So I just got back from vacation where I brought a bunch of magazines to catch up on, and I was thrilled to see your kitchen in Better Homes and Gardens. I know I’m a month late, but congratulations, it was so fun to read.

  4. Oh my gah. I want to gobble up everything in these pictures. Haha! Miss you friend! So wish we could hang out for coffee around that beautiful table of yours.

  5. This is so gorgeous, Nina! I’m obsessed with seeded eucalyptus too! I love your entertaining tips. Simple perfection.
    Hugs, Jamie

  6. Nina! Your home is so beautiful and I want to eat/drink everything you shared – that sangria looks delicious… Those market touches are lovely and the inspiration was overflowing, I loved it! xo

  7. Nina, this is all beautiful and I’m sure your friends love it all. I’m looking forward to your recipes for the sangria and the crostada.

  8. It all looks so delicious. Wish I lived a little tiny bit closer. I’d be over there in a flash. Your home is so welcoming, Nina. xx

  9. What a beautiful post, Nina! I love the farmer’s market inspiration and the simple entertaining ideas… So honored to have you join us today and thankful for your talent and sweet heart! xx

  10. Nina this post is so so beautiful– you put so much heart into it. It was so much more than beautiful design and pictures– but lifestyle. Love those snippets of fall comfort you bring through food– you speak my language! ;)