Spring has come early in New England...
So as you can imagine, my decorating urges have taken over!
Time to shake off the old and bring in the new ~
I decided to begin with the mantel in my sitting room
I love creating little vignettes
Doesn't Spring make you feel so alive and refreshed?
Here's my mantel in all her "Spring Glory"
I stenciled the little Garden Thyme sign on a vintage piece of wood~
Here's another peek of the sitting room
And this is yet another corner
As you can tell...I use every available inch of space
And this is the opposite side of the room...from here you can "peek" into my
Now we're on to the living room
When decorating for Spring, I went back to the cottage feel since I wanted to pull in pale blues and greens that speak of warm weather.
I also stenciled the Garden Room sign on old chippy wood
Here is the other side of the living room
It was a bit chilly the day I snapped these pics as you can tell by the fire in my pellet stove
My sweet rhinestone clocks...I never get tired of these
Here's my dining room... Can you tell I have a penchant for clocks? Hence...
A Shabby Moment in Time....
A peek of my kitchen, although this pic is a bit dark
And here are a couple more
Since my home is up for sale, it appears this will be my last Spring here.
I've lived here for 21 years, and although it's not without sadness that I leave,
I'm looking forward to whatever comes next, and am actually excited now.
The Lord has a plan, and I'm eager to leave it all in His capable hands.
I'm hitching my Spring wagon to Faded Charm for White Wednesday.
See you there!
March 28, 2012
March 20, 2012
March in New England has never felt so good
The sun is shining...
the birds are singing...All is warm and beautiful
I am reminded of this quote:
Every spring is the only spring - a perpetual astonishment. ~Ellis Peters
Isn't that so true? No matter how many Spring's we are given, each one seems like the first.