|Music room window sill until yesterday|
I have two window sills, facing east, the front of the house, deep enough to have a whole shop display exhibited and I change what's there regularly, to entertain us, keep something new displayed or enhance seasonal decorating. There are stars and evergreen branches at Christmas time, shells during the summer, leaves and twigs collected at walks in autumn and ghostly ghouls at Halloween! It's a wonderful place to have some plants, flowers and some glass, candles or books, showing our latest interests, finds or new collected things.
Some displays are short lived, some stay for weeks at the time without much change.
|Dining room window with Easter lilly|
I switched the vase to the other room, to have the Easter lilly in there and found some Willow pussies for the other!
|I love this book: The Book of Botanical Prints by Taschen|
|Two brass mushrooms from Anthropologie|
One belongs to our dining room, the room where all the action takes place in our family.
|Our dining room at 6pm|
Every meal, writing, homework, all this and more happens at this dining table and many after dinner conversation.
|Afternoon light streaming through the music room.|
The other resides over the music room, where we, apart from making music, sit around the fireplace for conversation and reading. It is a cozy room, beloved also by the dog, who has had chosen the ottoman as 'his' central cozy spot early in his life with us!
|Willow pussies slowly greening|
Spring has given me yet another chance to bring out some Easter decorations, some of my glass collection and white vases, lucky finds at Marshall's, where I did not spend more then $10 each. I couldn't have passed such a chance now, could I?
|Early afternoon, the sun has moved on...|
Willow Pussies in one, Easter Lilly in the other and the foundation for a new window display was created.
|Glass bird, bunny and a moss ball sharing the space with the Easter lilly.|
There is an old ceramic bunny with carrot, which has been with us for as long as the kids have been around and sometimes he is joined by some paper mache ones, but they are still in their boxes...
Do you have a spot, where decorations and displays are changed regularly?
Please, do tell me!