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and all of today's participants.
Thanks Barb for hosting this event!
I really have just a short little post today, I
have cabin fever so nothing in my house is
looking good to me at the moment!
This vignette is at the end of my kitchen, in
the breakfast area. I used a huge old farm
table and and old wooden ironing board for
a rustic sideboard, to hold some of my
I like the contrast of the lamps with the hanging
crystals and fringe with the iron, copper and
I have several pieces of old chestnut barn
board and hope to get a sideboard made
Thanks to the size of the copper pot, I was
able to hide most of the wires to the lamps,
until you looked at the floor.
While shopping the house, I found an old fire
screen that I bought at auction several years
ago, and solved this problem.