Yep. Hot pink, and I could not be more excited about it! It all started with this sweet pillow I found that my grandmother had made.
Then I added a runner to the buffet made from the inherited Chinese silk my mom gave me. I cannot wait for these pear branches to bloom, but I like them even like this.
Family photos and books keep everything vintage.
You cannot see it because of the reflection, but the chalk drawing hanging on the window is an original done by artist Louis Rowell in 1916 when he was here in the NC mountains. It really works with the pinks, and I just love it. It was in my parent's basement.
And more Chinese silk on the piano. The pops of pink are repeated in the floral fabric on the shades and other pillows.
Spring is surely on the way, but it is still pretty bare and brown here. It is definitely looking springy inside, though and I'm hoping to get outside and work in the yard.
I also want to work on this:
This is the footboard for an old iron bed I'm planning to strip rust from but I need good weather. I cannot wait for this to be ready.
Right now, though, I have to fold the rest of the laundry and get a snack ready for the kids who will be home in just a few minutes.
Too much to do and never enough time:-)
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