Changing an area from Winter to Pre-Spring was on the agenda
when I replaced the blue accessories in the sunroom to red.
The blue items shifted to another room which caused the usual domino effect.
With the exception of a few items, all of the blue and white accessories
and lamp made a trip from the Sunroom to the Great Room.
This very sentimental antique blue transferware piece can be seen
in many places in my home. It was a special gift from a colleague many years ago.
To maintain various textures, color and metals, I added a lone brass candlestick.
Loving the combination of the gold and white together.
The antique Charles Dickens books remain on the shelf.
I added the Ralph Lauren blue and white plates, a HomeGoods find, to the shelf
with the vintage ironstone creamers in the forefront.
Previously in this space, there was a large wood candlestick and a vintage iron balustrade.
The iron balustrade was relocated along with the candlestick
and this topiary in a large Pottery Barn urn has taken its place.
Many people have actually touched this faux spiral topiary to see if it was real.
For this reason, I did not hesitate to purchase it, as it truly was very life-like.
You can probably get a perspective of where this wall is from this angle.
It leads you from the Great Room into the kitchen.
Here is the before – – – My Winter design of this area.
And here is the after . . . the Pre-Spring Vignette.
I have been doing very well with shopping the house.
However, I did break down and purchase a very special antique piece.
Due to this, I had to do more relocating of accessories. I love the domino effect.
So stay tuned . . . I am excited to show you my other purchase from Martha.
Not, Stewart, but close!
Have a most wonderful day doing what makes you happy!!