Yes, a glass top table. So not what I wanted, but after looking for over a year to find one the right size that was not $3000+, this is what I got. The little bird vases where a recent find at HG. I just fell in love with them. This room is so dark that I have been trying to use more white to brighten it up. And since I can go to the yard and bring some of my smaller blooms in, they do double duty to lighten and brighen the room up.
A close up of the sweet birds with some rained beaten blooms. We had over a inch and a half of rain yesterday! The blue-purple is my lace cap hydrange and the pink I can not remember the name, but they grow fast and come back year after year.
I love this little orchid sitting on a silver tray with cloche protecting it. Makes me smile.
On this side I used these large "twig" balls. I found these and the moss balls at Kohl's of all places. I really like the texture them bring to the slick glass.
Here's another view from the breakfast area. You see the elephant in the room right? - all 73 inches! What's a girl to do when the Mister asks for so little?
Here's a view taken in front of the fireplace, looking towards the foyer to the left and dining room to the right. In the dining room you can see my next project - a drum table to refinish.
Thanks so much for visiting, I love hearing from you!
I will be joining these fun parties:
Met Monday with Susan
Table Top Tuesday with Marty
Show off your cottage with Cielo