It was a beautiful day yesterday, nearly 70° and sunny. I enjoyed working out in our front gardens the whole day and it felt great. Mr. C was busy putting together my greenhouse, and finished this morning. Even though it cooled down quite a bit today, it was still a beautiful sunny day. I’ve been thinking about spring vignettes with the changing weather and created one on our master bedroom fire place.
The vignette started with an oil painting of flowers in a vase found at GW.
I mean, as soon as I spotted it, I rang toward it before anyone else could get to it. It’s so cottagey chic and such lovely colors. Perfect for our room, and the price was great $7.50 after my senior discount. Love those discounts.
Three thrift store candelabras painted in old white paint and ruffed up a bit. With all three painted the same color unites them and you might not notice the one in front doesn’t match. But then I’m not matchy, matchy either.
A vintage tea cup and creamer placed on top with small flower plants tucked inside. Flowers from TJ’s (love that store) and a bird with eggs. The birds nest is an old cardinal’s next from our yard last year.
On the right side is a wicker lantern I found during the vintage shop hop and I love using vintage lace runners as wall art. It added more charm to the vignette. My cottage decorating style includes a lot of color and textures.
It’s amazing how finding one decor item can lead to a favorite vignette.
The flowers in a vase oil painting is one of my favorite and looks so pretty in our master bedroom. Tomorrow I’ll be sharing our Master Bedroom reveal.
Have you found any great oil paintings while out thrifting?