When shopping in Pennsylvania with the lovely Yvonne of StoneGable last week,
we spent lots of time in a booth with great architectural pieces.
Some were repurposed, some in their original state, their original beauty.
Yvonne picked up a pair of brackets, then at the last minute
she decided to purchase a different set of brackets;
therefore, her brackets went into my “buy bin.”
I was not exactly certain of what I was going to do with them; however, for now
they found a home in the dining room.
The brackets could be used in many ways, for example in a doorway
or as brackets for a shelf.
I can just imagine these gingerbread brackets being on a beautiful Victorian “Pink Lady”
I had these beautiful tole sconces on my shutters in the dining room.
Like many things around this house, things tend to move about and then sometimes
find its way back. I am on the hunt for something to place above these brackets.
On the hunt for something different . . . something other than a plate.
Maybe I will have luck at the Lucketts Spring Market, or the barn sale,
or Rust and Feathers as I will be visiting that area soon.
This will be an area that I will be tweaking; however, in the meantime
I will be enjoying my vintage gingerbread brackets with the happy bouquets of flowers
as its crowning glory!
Have a great day and hope you had a great Cinco de Mayo!
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