I am slowly transitioning my decor from Christmas to the crisp white of winter.
When I remove Christmas decor from a surface, I cannot let that surface stay bare for long.
In fact, I have to gather items right away to create another vignette.
I had a vision of a crisp white winter vignette with just a little pop of color.
What items can be more perfect to fit the bill than the crisp white of ironstone.
I had some ironstone that I bought last month still wrapped and waiting to be set free.
Some of these pieces landed on the table for the first coffee table vignette of the year.
I love Cyclamen . . . it seems like this is my go-to flower/plant in the winter months.
The white flowers of the Cyclamen and it’s beautiful leaves were perfect to place in the tureen.
I chose the cool color of the blue to add to the vignette for that pop of color along with
the green from the flowers’ leaves and the mini Norfolk pine in the blue transferware pot.
The sugar bowl with that beautiful lid is a new addition to my collection.
These same birds were used in my Christmas decor and will be hanging around
for a couple more months.
I love these birds, but I am noticing that this one looks as if he has an attitude . . .
I think he may be saying, “Are YOU looking at me?”
For height, I added a tall pitcher and decided to group 2 additional pitchers
in this corner of the table.
I am trying to increase my collection of small ironstone pitchers so that I can display them
on an item that would be totally unexpected . . . an idea I got from Mary Alice.
I love the look of the Cyclamen in the ironstone tureen and think that I just may go back
to Trader Joe’s to buy more.
So here is my first coffee table vignette for 2015 and I am seeing a pattern of things to come.
To lighten up my interiors and continue to incorporate my love for color.
Have a great day and for most of you I can say, stay warm!!
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