I can honestly say that the sunroom helps ward off any possible winter blues.
Even when the sky is gray, this room always sends out a message of cheerfulness.
I previously had some mini daffodils on the blanket chest; however,
they grew so tall that I had to relocate them.
Pretty yellow Kalanchoes have taken their place.
A vintage monogrammed grain sack that I found in France
is draped over the antique blanket chest for softness and a bit of color and texture.
Vintage seed packets under a cloche,
reminds me of pretty flowers to come in the Spring.
I went to the grocery store in preparation for the Winter storm headed our way.
One of the stores that I went to was Trader Joe’s.
I went there with one thing in mind. To get fresh flowers for the house,
so that when I see gray outdoors the flowers turn the skies to blue.
I love plants in my home . . . . bringing the outdoors in.
However, the house is like a mini greenhouse during the winter.
Oh I dream of having a greenhouse one day. A small one will do.
Vintage watering cans and a garden gate dress the top of the pie safe.
A hurricane with a bottle brush tree and salt glazed bunny
is my little touch of winter in the room.
In the background is a lamp that was originally in the great room.
that was replaced with an iron scroll lamp.
When the Christmas pillows were put away until next year,
these pillows made their return to the sunroom.
While I was refreshing this room, my thoughts turned to the possibility
of re-arranging the furniture in this room.
So when I am sequestered in this house this weekend due to Winter Storm Jonas
I will be experimenting with the furniture placement in this room.
So if you have any furniture placement suggestions, I am all ears!
Have a great weekend and stay safe and warm!!