Our formerly un-useable backyard was transformed last fall into an oasis of plantings and patios. We can now entertain guests in multiple areas and enjoy the sounds of nature and of soothing running water while doing so. To see more photos of the transformation, please visit the link below.
I tend to be so unorganized in the winter, leaving things wherever they lay. Such was the case with the buffet in the foyer. It had become a dumping ground ever since I left it un-styled after the holidays. Now it's pretty and fresh again, waiting for spring to arrive.
The cooler weather enticed me to change out the kitchen hutch and accessorize it appropriately for the season. You can see more at the link below:
Childhood memories of winter inspired me to create this winter vignette, A vintage scale, lots of glass, and some natural materials were used to create the display. You can see more in the blog link below.
Winter doldrums inspired me to add some much needed color to the neutral gray furnishings in the great room. It's amazing what a little green, yellow, and blue can do for the psyche. I feel as if it could be spring in here, already!
You can see more of this room at the link below.
I finally brought a little Christmas decor to the kitchen hutch- one of my most favorite pieces of furniture.The dinnerware features a holiday rocking horse and even the wooden toy on top of the hutch sports an equine theme, as well.
I like to come up with new ways to fill and display my cloches, apothecary jars, and domes. This fall, I used items found throughout and outside the house to create what I think are some uniquely displayed cloches.