Less is more . . . did I say that?
Well, while still fidgety recuperating . . . (and I must say that I am feeling somewhat better),
I roam the house. Being unable to do all that much, I just set my sights on what I can do
to start on my quest of “less is more”.
I started in the sunroom.
Oh wait, did I say less is more? I did buy this Spring trio of tulips, daffodils, and a hyacinth
and repotted it in a vintage McCoy flower pot. But it was a “replacement”
of flowers that were previously there.
I did add some things. I bought 2 pots of lavender at Trader Joe’s
however, they will soon be planted outdoors.
Here is what the potting bench looked like before:
The surface a bit cluttered.
I took away the watering can, MacKenzie-Childs little vase and plant.
I placed the bee skep on that surface, so it went from 3 things on that surface to one.
The red transferware pitcher is in another location now
and the stack of vintage ironstone plates with the cloche and birds nest
has taken its place. I feel the stack of white looks so much better.
The small postal scale and ironstone creamers were eliminated
and just the stack of vintage McCoy Flower pots remain on this shelf.
I did not do anything to the shelves below,
as they seem to be OK. I may change out a thing or two, but that is for another day!
The other lavender plant was placed on the blanket chest.
One small space done and lots more spaces to go
as I begin my quest of “less is more”
Yes, you heard it here first!
I was starting a somewhat “less is more” project with a friend, before I got the dreaded Shingles.
Hope to start that in the next couple of weeks.
Have a wonderful day doing what you love, hopefully with the ones you love!