I have a round table and a couple of chairs in front of the windows in my studio, which is where have our breakfast every morning. Here is an arrangement of things I had on the table and I showed it to you recently. I really love the way the light shines through the glass on a sunny day, but I also like to change things around. So when the flowers wilted I decided to do a new arrangement. So I tried a few different ideas.
This was the first one. Then I thought I'd put all the blue glass away for awhile and add something yellow to match the forsythia (fake) that I purchased at Michaels. As I said in another post I think forsythia looks very real! I tried this pretty pale yellow lamp with it's yellow, blue and white shade. It looks pretty in the evening, kind of gives a warm glow to the room, but since it's almost spring, "warm glow" wasn't the look I was going for.
Little details can add a lot of punch and I love this pair of birds.
And I really like this little framed poem. And the detail on this Noritake creamer draws your eye in closer.
But something is missing...Some blue and white china of course! So I removed the yellow vase and replaced it with a blue and white one and added some daffodils from the garden in a blue willow pitcher.
That's the way I like it ...for now at least! I'll leave it like this until the flowers wilt again.
We just got home from church and I plan to just relax the rest of the day. It's cold and rainy, a perfect day for curling up with a good book, warmed by one of my quilts and a cup of tea.
Sunday was meant as a day for rest. I hope you get some rest today!