1. To move beautiful items you already have on hand to create a whole new look for your home.
2. Redecorating on the cheap!
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Valentines day is still far off, but my little gun metal x & o found at an antique store in Little Rock last summer added a bit of passion to my winter mantle and I couldn’t resist putting them front and center.
I add a small but bold touch with a mini version of my Happily Ever After typewriter print. It’s these little details that draw people in with a bit of whimsy & wonder! The crystal beads add glimmer and are strung on wire to be easily stuffed & sculpted into a vase. The off-white one here served as part of the cake stand at my wedding!
Last but not least-a splash of unexpected color. I chose my icy blue vintage book ‘The Rule of Taize’. A fascinating read on meditative prayer and fabulous addition to my mantle. The sparrow topped anthropologie tea pot seems like it’s almost inviting me to sip a cuppa with an afternoon read!
I wanted the sparkle to last even after the Holidays, so when it was time to re-do the mantle, I chose a large mirror with beveled glass accents that I added years ago to hide some scratches in the glass, along with a monochromatic color palette in Winter Whites & Grays. I love the warm & smokey feel the Grays add!
My typewriter painting is available as an original (no quote) or a Giclee Print in my new shop, and I am adding more paintings & products as fast as my little fingers will type! Click the photo to head over and check it out . Please Pardon my dust as I build!
Peace & Winter Joy to you & yours,
How about you? Are you still tackling your Christmas undecorating? Or have you switched back to normal or added a bit of winter to your home? I’d love to hear about your favorite decoration for this time of year!