Pink and red, for Valentine's Day.
A few weeks ago I bought an interesting corner shelf for my master bathroom, and I have been playing with different vignettes on it, so I thought I'd share it with you today. Here's the way it looks this morning...
The light is not good in that room until late afternoon, too harsh for morning photos, but you get the idea. The faux topiary on the top shelf will be replaced today by a real plant. Just need to find the "right" one.
One of my vintage creamers, filled with shells. This one is a Steubenville pottery piece, (named for the town in Ohio, which is also hometown of one of my dearest friends).
Glass container full of rocks and shells I have pulled from the beach. I shared with you earlier this week, about my slight obsession with collecting things as I walk the beach. Seriously...they are all.over.my.house.
I found this strange little bird statue in an antique store, though I don't think it's very old. It reminds me of the birds on the beach, like killdeer.
Old coral and shells on various shelves.
These were all found the same day on the beach in Carpinteria, CA. One of my favorite area beaches. There is a great little town filled with shops, restaurants, and antique stores lining the main road to the beach. It is lovely.
It's an odd little corner, and until I decide to either remove the huge gross builder mirrors, and replace them with smaller, or frame them out, I think that this corner shelf helps to break it up a bit.
I also bought some new monogrammed towels for over by Mr. W's sink.
Here is a shot of Mr. W and I when we were dating, we met while I was a flight attendant. He is still there, I am now a proud stay at home mommy. Funny...I always swore that I'd never date a pilot! Be careful what you vow never to do! ;-)