I bought a bouquet of flowers the other day along with a small Azalea plant
to place in the Great Room. Well that led to me thinking that it is time for a change.
So off to the linen closet I went, to see what pillow covers I can use for the room.
Since pink was the predominant color in the flowers, I gathered pillow covers
in various shades of pink and raspberry. Just what the room needed for a Spring Refresh.
SPRING PINK IN THE GREAT ROOM
I have had these Chinoiserie pillow covers for a few years now
and love bringing them out to use in various rooms of the house.
They seemed to be just what this room needed to welcome Spring.
Since I have been away for a while, it was time to visit my favorite consignment shop
Always Home, in Durham, N.C. Sitting on the counter was this transferware vase
just waiting for me to come in and bring it home!
It seemed fitting that I keep the pagoda lantern on the table
to coordinate with the Chinoiserie pillows and vase.
It cannot be a Spring vignette without a bunny!
My azaleas are not blooming yet, so the next best thing was to buy one!
The small Azalea plant was placed in my antique transferware chamber pot.
You can see that I love bringing the outside in
by having these concrete garden finials that are a staple on my hearth.
These are the pillows I chose to place on the sofa.
The floral design is one that I have had for years!
The Rose Pink pillow is a somewhat recent find in the clearance bin at Pottery Barn.
My French Napoleon Bee linen pillow from French Garden House,
remains on the sofa.
In less than an hour, the Great Room was refreshed with Spring Pinks!
The good thing is that I used what I had on hand
with the exception of the blue and white transferware vase.
A great deal at $22.00 and it has a hallmark on the bottom that I need to research.
Still trying to desperately catch up from being away,
but keeping my priorities in place and spending some time with my Sweetie.
I wish you all a Very Happy and most Glorious Easter!