Whoooaa I'm super late on getting this post out to ya'll!! So sorry but given all that has occurred this past week, my thought's were all over the place & like I mentioned in my post's I couldn't gather my thoughts into words. But none the less let's jump right in. I'm going to start with Wednesday's post as Monday was for the hashtag #beautifuldecorstyles & on Tuesday I was silent on IG. Okay so here are the deet's...
I shared with ya'll my dining room creation that we did together on my stories on Monday. So simple but all the late Spring vibes getting into Summer. I used my vintage metal basket as my gathering piece. Inside I have 2 crocks, one has my Fern plant, that is starting to look good & the other one has my vintage spools, causally crossed. That crock is on top of a few ironstone platters with a spindle from Laurel Grove. In the back I have a vintage inspired galvanized bucket with Honeysuckle clipping's. I wanted a full arrangement of Honeysuckle & hanging over & I was able to achieve just that. Since the opening of the can is very wide, I placed a small stoneware vase to hold all the clippings together. I love all the texture this creation has & all the natural elements.
Today is a good day for a good day!! Yasss such a perfect chalk board sign. One of my finds from my local shop Roccoco Mercato. If you're local head on over to their closing sale. This creation is in my kitchen with my peg rail. I didn't focus too much on the other pieces as I really felt we all needed a good day. But on the pegs, is a few kitchen towels, a tassel that we made on stories together from twine & my sign from Charlie James & Co. This creation can easily be part of my farmhouse shelves or stand alone as pictured as very piece flows together.
TIP: When creating spaces that are close together, use the same elements to have a cohesive vibe.
Awww the farmhouse shelves, I'm showing ya'll just the half of 2 shelves. The top shelf you're seeing a vintage bottle with greenery from Afloral, 2 ironstone bowls & platters with a kitchen towel like the one's on the peg rail in the above picture. Bottom shelf, I have my vintage iron basket with some of my vintage rolling pins. I am all about collecting rolling pins anytime! I love the patina in the wood and the texture of them. All simple but yet enough is what the vibe was when I was creating these shelves.
Well Guy's that wraps up this week's squares. I hope ya'll have an amazing weekend & find some amazing vintage goodies!! Love ya all to pieces & thank you always from the bottom of my heart!!