Happy White Wednesday Everyone! (I am a little early, I know;)
I am joining Kathleen over at Faded Charm Blog today. Be sure to check her out and find more inspiration.
We are fortunate to have Chestnut beams throughout the barn. This beam is over the sink. I collected some pretty vintage jars, married them with bottle stoppers and placed them in the kitchen. A very easy inexpensive way to decorate any windowsill. This carved angel was only $5.00! Isn't she great?
I love white vases and buy them when I see them. I get my flowers every week from 'My favorite flower guys' Joe and his Dad. I enjoy picking from a great selection of flowers and then deciding on which vases I will use for different places in the house.
I bought these great vintage patina house shutters. I love the different shades of green and blue. Don was sweet enough to take off the pantry door and replace it with these. I attached some pretty lace at the bottom with Velcro. Velcro is great because I can just take off the lace to wash it when I need to. It also adds some charm to the doors, don't you think? Oh, and there is my 'white' ruffly apron hanging besides it.
A vintage vase filled with dried flowers along with a vase with a glass ornament placed on top. Some ornaments are just too pretty to put away. I enjoy some of the more unusual ones all year long:)
I found two of these screen cones at the flea market. I decorated it with vintage lace and millinery flowers. I I put some light green flowers inside to dry. Love the look. I am going to make one for our boutique soon. (Enlarge it for a better look)
This is just the cutest little drying rack. It is only about 14". Being so small I was able to attach it to a beam in the kitchen to display some of my vintage doilies.
This is a new line of lamp shades that we will be making for Maisonstgermain.com. They are all different and made of vintage lace and gorgeous millinery flowers. We are STILL working on our new boutique site and hope to finish SOON. It is really a lot of work changing over hosts. I am sure those of you who are on line know exactly what I mean;) But so worth it as it is a passion of ours.
The light looks so pretty through all of this lace!
And last but not least, some white flowers wrapped in linen, tied with jute and place inside of a wire basket to hang on my mantel.
Now I am heading over to your White Wednesday Blogs. I am always inspired by them as you are all so creative:)
'Till next time.....