The body of this arrangement is about 25 inches high not counting the branches. The urn was found super cheap from a local second-hand store, and most of the greens were extra pieces I had leftover from other arrangements I've made in the past. The branches I bought from a vendor at Country Living Fair last year and the grape clusters/leaves were purchased at HL specifically for this piece. It really cost just a few dollars to put this together. I love the spot it brightens up on our buffet table in the dining room.
The vintage embroidered doily I scored on Etsy, the ceramic/metal pear I purchased from a local business here in my hometown several years ago and the fancy metal clock I haven't a clue about when and where I found that gem. The heavy wooden mirror I have had for years with no memory as to where I found it either. The dark staining of mirror was done by my youngest daughter - to hide most of the
The low-boy black distressed china cabinet buffet is from Ballard Design . I have no talent or patience to learn to paint and do the fabulous re-dos so many of you can do...... but knew exactly what needed to go in that space.....so I bought it full priced retail. Ugh, seems almost like a sin now, doesn't it? I need to learn how to do the fabulous painting and disressing and repurposing so many of you incredibly talented bloggers do with old furniture! You are such inspiration to me!
Inside that buffet is where I
The piano reflected in the mirror is my prized classic 7 foot vintage grand piano. This particular design won an international award the year it was made. Just so happens to be the same year I was "made" as well! I guess we're both now vintage, niiiiiiice.
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Heading on over to Savvy Southern Style for Wow Us Wednedays.
Also linking up to Whatever You Want Wednesdays!