Well my summer of change continues....
I am now on to the Living Room... I may need help.
When I get on a roll.... it is a bit crazy I confess.
So today's post is actually in the corner of my office. The sweet antique wash stand was being used as a side table in the Living Room. I switched it out and now it is in a new vintage style display.
Is there any more classic than milk glass and antiques furniture?
I love my little wash stand and its lovely patina.
It was my Momma's for years and I snatched on to it.
The stand was in my bedroom for years, then last fall I moved it to the Family Room. It never quite looked right in there, but it was the right size. So now I have removed a chair and have a new table too. So it fits better in the office now. I love how bright and pretty everything looks in this corner now.
I have been on a roll with collections lately and trying to display things together more. I moved all the transfer ware to the kitchen and now am starting to get my antique crystal things out again.
I had so many of my things in the china cabinet. I am glad it is now on to a new home, but miss the storage and displays. Although this area was the dining room and now is the office, I miss having my good things displayed in the open.
Little white touches like antique pearls and more glassware as a plant container.
I little pillowcase I made to fit the towel bar.
Nothing expensive... just yard sale finds... but so lovely together.
I am reminded of my grandmother with these things. she had so many milk glass pieces.
On the walls I have a pink rose theme going with some vintage art.
I am slowly going thru the house and tinkering.
I know we will be having a large party in October for my oldest's Sweet 16---
then the holidays will be here soon after!
I am doing the 'pitch-sell-donate' dance in the basement and closets.
I have been in the organizing mood and ready to get rid of some things (so I can buy more!)
School starts here in a few days (Aug 4th) I cannot believe how fast the summer has went.
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Brooke Berry Kroeger is the creator of the Creative Country Mom blog started in 2009. There she shares her photography and country lifestyle. She enjoys incorporating vintage finds and repurposed treasures in her Southern Indiana farmhouse and garden. She loves to talk about gardening and decorating and often lectures at local gardening education events and area organizations and clubs. She does freelance photography and DIY publication work. If you would like her to contribute on a project, email her at email@example.com.
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