July 14, 2010

White Wednesday

Well...here is my first "be it ever so humble" White Wednesday post. I've loved viewing, sighing, and drooling over all the wonderful whites you've all so admirably posted for quite awhile now. So, I looked about for something "white worthy" to post and came up with a couple of items that I HOPE you'll enjoy. First, we have a little white/cream vignette on a dresser in my bedroom.

Next I have a couple of sweet vintage, creamy french style cherubs who sit atop my dining room cabinet. For now they hold some candles, but they've also be known to hold soaps in the bath, and potpourri as well. I won these years ago on ebay and could never part with them. They are chunky and quite heavy!



Thanks Kathleen over at Faded Charm for hosting White Wednesday! I'm thrilled to be a part of it!

7 comments:

Lori Katies Rose Cottage said...

Karen ~
Thank you for stopping by my blog !
I just adore your beautiful white things that you have shown us ~

xoxo
Lori

oldgreymare said...

Welcome to WW! There are some wonderful ladies that gather here just waiting to get to know you.

Suzan

Rebecca said...

You did great on your first post-wonderful white items!

A Cottage Muse said...

You hit this one out of the park! Simply beautiful ~ can't wait to see more dreamy whites from you!!

Ana said...

Hi Karen,
Welcome both to Blogland and White Wednesday. And let me tell you that for your very first White Wednesday you did awesome. Loved your whites. Hope that you are having fun at the party and blogging. Can't wait to come back and see what more you have to share. Wishing you a fantabulous day.

Blessings,
♥Ana~A Petite Cottage

awal.ny said...

Beautiful whites. I love the shelf with the rose swags.

Debra@Common Ground said...

Hi Karen, your blog is just so beautiful and fresh. Your photos are gorgeous and I have just really enjoyed going back through your posts and photos. Your home is so lovely, and I love the post on your front porch. Your place is just my "cup of tea"!
Have a wonderful week!
xo,
Debra