Guest Room Changes

Just prior to the photo shoot I had of my home . . .

~ ~ I decided that I really needed a table that also doubled as a desk in the guest room.

Hmmm . . what could I use . .

~ ~ then I thought of the table that was in the Master Bedroom . .

~ ~ ~ ~ that was previously in the foyer (move furniture around much???!!!) . .

Guest Room Desk

Guest Room Desk

A place where you can sit and write a note or work on a computer . .

Guest Room Desk

This cute vintage alarm clock does work . . . however, I do not keep it wound . .

~ ~ as it would keep my guests awake from the very loud ticking!..

Guest Room Desk

Guest Room Desk

Guest Room Desk

Guest Room Desk

The wicker chair was already in the room . . so I just placed it under the table . .

~ ~ now you have a desk . . !!

Guest Room Side Table

Guest Room Side Table

Creating a new vignette . . .

~ ~ ~ so where did that side table go that was on the other side of the bed?…

Guest Room Side Table

Guest Room Side Table

To the other side of the bed . . . “oh domin-o” !!

~ ~ stay tuned to see where the wash stand landed…

Guest Room Dresser

Creating new vignettes on the dresser . . using the apothecary jar from France.

French Wood Box

French Wood Box

Small small changes to the French “Chicken Stamps” Wood Box . .

Guest Room Table

And this set of three vases landed here from being on the side table to the right of the bed..

~ ~ ~ who knows how long these will remain on the table . . any bets?!!

Getting ready for Round 2 of company for this month . . and more to come in June! . .

That’s they way it is in the “Housepitality B & B” ~ ~

Have a most beautiful day!!!

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Spring Vignette with Antique French Apothecary Jar

I am slowly adding my French Treasures into the decor of my home.

Today, I am displaying my antique French Apothecary Jar in a Spring Vignette . .

~ ~ yes, skipping Winter and going straight to Spring.

I can see all the Winter decor I want outside my window!!

I wanted to keep the vignette light and simple..

~ ~ well, as simple as I get.

I used the apothecary jar as a vase in this vignette.

And added these pretty variegated tulips from Trader Joe’s.

My granddaughter told me they are called Fire and Ice . . .

~ ~ really? High five to my little 8 year old budding decorator.

A Spring vignette is not complete without a bird’s nest . . and pretty speckled eggs.

With a background of the monogrammed chair.

Thanks for stopping by and seeing my first hint of Spring in my home!

Still incorporating more of my France trip’s treasures into the decor..

~ ~ so stay tuned 🙂

And don’t forget to stop and smell the tulips!!

Have a wonderful day!!

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