My sunroom, as a sunroom would, gets a great amount of sunlight throughout the day.
Because of this, I have to be careful on what I place on the walls.
Hanging items that I do not have to worry about fading, such as mirrors, plates,
and tole trays seem to be the best solution for this room.
This iron gate was originally in the guest room and I replaced it with a Monet print.
It patiently sat in the attic until I found a new home for it.
This area originally displayed 4 vintage tole trays.
I used one of them to place beneath the gate as it fit so well in the space.
Not to mention the great color it added.
There is still a bit of a garden theme going on in this room . . .
A tole watering can sits on top of an indoor gardening book with a basket
of vintage garden tools in the background.
Baby it’s cold outside, but I can feel a bit of Spring in this room!
I found some of my vintage garden tools years ago and always loved the ones that have the original
price stamped on them . . . 79 cents . . . a real bargain.
A faux boxwood wreath was added to the iron gate to add more texture and dimension.
I am happy with this corner of the sunroom that is helping to chase away the winter blahs!!!
What do you do to chase away the winter blues in your home? As for me, I am headed to Trader Joe’s
to buy some fresh flowers. 🙂
I am joining:
Between Naps on the Porch for Metamorphosis Monday
11 Magnolia Lane for Pretty Preppy Party
Savvy Southern Style for Wow Us Wednesday
StoneGable for The Scoop