Interior Ideas

All things white, that is what we like! Down couches, dutch mints, vanilla candles, white pear tea;bell jars, chandeliers and bottle brush trees…Glass, glitter, old and new; gold, pearls, paper, silver hues. From french to flea market, second hand too, treasures we find to bring them to you. Blank canvas’ waiting to be brought to life-Anyone can do it grandma, mother, daughter or wife. More color suits your palette? Well white is just the start…add as much as you desire, whatever fills your heart! Come along experience, no need to travail, as we simply show you how to unveilthe beauty unknown in how to make your house, your home.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Spring Time is Here

Spring is one of my favorite seasons to decorate for.  The fresh aroma of flowers, the crisp and clean air along with colors of splendor are all favorite moments and details that bring me sheer bliss.  
It is a moment to truly feather your nest.
My fond love for paisley pinks and whites is evident during this time of year.  
Feathers, glitter, metallics, and sparkling glass pieces adorn much of my home.
 I just adore it!

 Nests are truly a symbol of life and spring time bliss.  I added seam binding ribbon so that they may be hung from trees or a special place in my home.  I just love how whimsical they look.

 Glittered with German Glitter Glass these eggs are simply magical. I can just imagine how adorable they will look when strung from the handle of an easter basket.
 My mother made these treat bags which are filled with pearlized gum-balls.  I love how she took the time to hand stamp an "Easter " banner.

 I love being able to change my twiggy trees for each season and holiday.  I especially like the spring time when I am able to incorporate my favorite hue of pink, and some greenery to add touches of life back into the piece. 
 Natural Seed Cups filled with shred and embellished with jute twine and a crape paper pin wheel are the perfect treat for a host or a precious friend, just add some of your favorite candies and trinkets.