The weather has cooled off to the high seventy’s and its been fun gathering a few summer flower bouquets. The weekend rain helped to revive the gardens. Flowers are starting to set seeds as a result guaranteeing their continued lineage.
As soon as I started cutting a few bouquets I felt compelled to create a kitchen nook vignette.
The closest I get to my linens, because of the remodel, is this pretty French linen.
After laying it on the table is when I noticed the tag.
There haven’t been many summer vignettes this year since its either been too hot or too much remodeling going on. Inside the milk glass vase is beautiful Victoria Salvia.
It seems across blogland everyone is decorating for fall, but, not me! Its not fall until the 22!
Salvia with a pretty maroon Zinnia.
But one flower bouquet was just not enough!
There’s been eight vintage bottles on the kitchen nook the whole summer and decided to use them as vases. A pink zinnia and yellow sunflower. When the sun heats the vintage bottle condensation forms and gives a mystique look.
A lovely pink Cosmos and Blue Salvia.
Gorgeous Sunflower and rose Zinnia.
Zinnia come in such a variety of colors and Salvia is another stable in our gardens. Salvia are also heavy reseeders.
Its hard to get a good photo shooting into direct sun! Lovely summer flower bouquets in vintage bottles.
Its hard to think that sometime not to far in the distance while looking out my window snow could be on the ground, ugh!