Thursday, February 11, 2016

Winter White with a Vintage Rhinestone Pin

A few days ago, I decided to use some white on my coffee table. The white looks so nice and clean and reminds me of the snow we don't get very often here in central Alabama.  :(
 Here's the complete look.
I started with a burlap runner on the top of the coffee table.
I added a tray that I had made from a chippy cabinet door.
Next came a pretty candle.
Then I used a piece of ironstone to hold a few interesting items.
And last, I put a nice fresh plant in an old planter.
Here are the details.

I like the frosty ornament with the pretty pin
 and the unexpected pine cone.
When I made the tray, I added these handles.  They are old galvanized pulls that I got at a flea market several years ago.
In this picture, you can see my fireplace with the cozy jugs
and the white architectural piece on the mantel.
I got the pair of Indian juggling clubs that I purchased 
from Miss Mustard Seed at The Market on 
Chapel Hill last October.  I just love them!
Now let's look at the last detail.  
A pretty rhinestone pin.
This pin was on my grandmother's wedding dress in 1929.
It looks so nice here-admired and on display (and so much
better than in a drawer--don't you think?)
Maybe there's a spot in your home that might need a change??
I'm enjoying this new vignette, but I know it will
change in a few weeks as spring approaches.

Have you made in changes in your home recently?  

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Kelly said...

Your new coffee table vignette looks so pretty! I love things corralled onto a tray like that. You can never go wrong with white either. Everything just pops on it!

The Charm of Home said...

Hi Marsha! That looks really pretty and I like your fireplace. THanks for the follow. I'm following you back! Have a great Valentine's Day weekend!

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

I love this vignette you created! Your grandmother's pin is gorgeous and it's so nice to see that you have it out on display for everyone to enjoy. Thanks so much for sharing your treasures with us at Talk of the Town.

Jann Olson said...

Beautiful vignette Marsha! I love the rustic elegance. The galvanized handles are fabulous and the rhinestone adds the perfect amount of bling! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

Art and Sand said...

I love your tray and the sweet vignette, but I love those juggling clubs the most. I need to find something like them.

Thanks for Sharing Your Cup!