Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Changes to the French baker’s table………


I made a few changes to the French baker’s table

in the dining room the other day…..

so I thought I would

share a few pics with all of you!
















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Gee Singh Newbanks said...

Oh! What a beautiful mirror. Luv all the chippy original paint on it and the the little capital as well. The entire vignette is just so stunning.
Hugs, Gee

chateau chic said...

Stunningly beautiful!!!!
Mary Alice

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

It looks beautiful Des!!

AntiqueChase said...

Looks fantastic. Still love and envy your silver dome the hubs gave you!!! I am dying to yank my cement cherub from the garden and put him in my dining room... need to scrub him and ask my hubs to pretty please lift him inside....

Mari said...

Des, it looks gorgeous love the changes.....
And that bakers table is beautiful...


Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Hi Des. I always love to see what new things you do. What a great chippy piece your orchid is standing on..Happy Tuesday..Judy

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Gorgeous arrangement of your beautiful French things! Love the chippy statue!

Red Rose Alley said...

Oh Deserae,
You gave me a great idea. I have a statue in my dining room that is similar to this one, and I wanted to hang something from it. A rosary would be perfect to hang over it for Easter. Your bakers table is such a unique and beautiful piece of furniture. Your arrangement looks very nice.

Happy Easter, dear friend of mine.

~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

Cynthia said...

Love it Des and that mirror is fantastice!!! Happy Easter.


Kelly said...

I love the changes you made to the bakers table. I loved it before too. The cherub looks so cute there with her crown and rosary. The whole vignette goes together so well. I have an orchid very similar to yours that is just now starting to bloom. I'm so excited! It has been dormant for months. If you know any special tricks taking care of them or keeping them in bloom longer, please share! I'm sure I could learn more.