Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Sunporch switcheroo...

or...
I can't make up my mind.
but more on that momentarily.

First I want to show you a sweet pillow that my talented and creative friend Judy Clark sent me awhile back. Judy's blog is 20 North Ora and she has an Etsy Shop by the same name. I featured Judy's wonderful Mother's Day Memory Pillows yesterday at The Marketplace. If you haven't seen them you'll want to grab one for your mom or yourself. Each season I tuck in something that reflects the mood or holiday of the season. This month that cute little pocket is filled with vintage French seed labels, and sitting out here in the sunporch.





Don't tell anyone,
but I take out my frustrations on my sunporch decor.


That may sound a little weird, but when I need a change or to freshen things up, this is where I usually head. I've been fantasizing thinking of new sofas for the living room, but that's not a reality at this moment, so it's much easier and less expensive to come out here and change up the quilts.


The sunporch is my playroom.





My homemade vintage seed boxes are here on the baker's rack..



along with my only two pieces of Bluebird China;
Little cups sans saucers.




I found this little oval birdie tin a few years ago,
I think it might be a "See's Candy" promo candy tin.



one side...



then the other.



The weather has been so strange;
80's and sunny one day and snowing the next.
I think we have missed most of Spring and will now head right in to Summer.

I tried a few other quilts on the wicker settee, 
but they didn't stay long.
too much red for May...
maybe later in the season.


Love this Grandmother's Flower Garden Quilt from my m-i-l,
but I needed sunglasses.


but in the end they were too bright and summery for now.
so I opted for a feedsack quilt and my "go to" floral and ticking pillows.




There is a floral on the other side of this little quilted throw,
but I changed it our for the little geometric stripe instead.


My three little glass and iron nesting tables,
and my chalkware French Girl lamp.


I always have some Ivy "taking root" in this little English Cottage Teapot.



And this is the coffeetable as it looks this morning with the picnic tin and old tools...


OK, I'm feeling better...
do you have a spot that you wear out changing up?
therapy session now in progress...


I'm joining in for these great weekly parties:

Wow Us Wednesday at Savvy Southern Style
Tidbits and Tips at Stone Gable
Mod Mix Monday at Mod Vintage Life

xoxo,
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