We decided that we should think about reducing the items on the wall in the dining room
to make it look less cluttered. So as much as I hated to, the shutters on each side
of the the bay window area came down along with the vintage brackets/corbels
and the Paris paintings that were hung next to the hutch.
I must say, that it opened up the room . . . which also led to me doing some
tweaking of the dining room hutch.
So here we go with the:
DINING ROOM REFRESH AND CHANGES
I think you can guess what I added to the dining room.
The famous rolling French Market basket with that story to tell.
The other day I was at Lowe’s Home Improvement getting my usual first plants
of the Spring season . . . 10 ferns to hang on my porches.
That is when I spotted these gorgeous hydrangeas and one of them had to come home with me!
I wasn’t quite sure of where I would place this plant,
but as soon as I spied the basket in the corner, the items came out
and in went the hydrangeas! . . . Perfect!
In the above image you may have noticed that the shutters are no longer there.
They actually came down to the top of the wainscoting.
They are in storage now waiting for the next adventure.
On the table, the orchids were replaced with these beautiful tulips
gifted to me by my Sweetie.
I love the vibrant yellow color.
Looks wonderful against the blue and white.
Did you notice a little bit of a change in the dining room hutch?
I removed all the “littles” on the top of the buffet portion
and added ironstone pitchers and creamers.
The only thing on that wall in the dining room now is the hutch.
The brackets and paintings were taken down and stored too.
I am currently working on my upcoming Floral Friday
and you will see more of the dining room then.
I can tell you that the Dining Room will involve more shades of yellow on Friday’s post.
So stay tuned and have a most beautiful day!
It has really been gorgeous here lately . . . well, except for the pollen!