Thursday, June 19, 2014

A Few Bedroom Pics


Good evening dear sweet blogging buddies!
Oh what a day I had yesterday.
Had to leave my house to drive to Lansing, Michigan
for work at 6:00 in the morning.
Arrived back at 5:30 in the evening.
Drove in thunderstorms both ways...
and even severe stuff going home.
Had to pull over for a bit.

I did manage to snap a few pics of the new
old bedroom.

We are still adding things,
so I just a few for now.

The next three are what I placed into the shelves.


Blue slip ovoid crock in the middle
of two small yellowware bowls.


Piece of a blue tick fabric underneath this coverlet.
Another bowl on top.
The shoe form on the right was used a
general store dispaly from the early 1900's.


Some children's shoes on the left.
Early flax winder on the right with a blue coverlet piece.


I believe this was an upper cabinet at one time.
I chose to leave it on the floor.
Added two blue spatterware stoneware pitchers.
These are mid 1800's with a brown glaze inside.

Do you like my eye candy?
More to come....

Cozy Bedroom Blessings To All!
Janice

11 comments:

  1. GREAT eye candy Janice!!!!!!!!!!! Love it! You have a great knack for decorating.
    Oh my must have been scary driving in that. I was in Lansing for the afternoon but we were in my friends house, it was a terrible storm.
    Ended up getting really hot weather tonight here. I'll take it.

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  2. I do love all your items. We had hail this afternoon; I was thankful I was safely at home and not driving in it. Look forward to seeing more of your room.

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  3. Stinkin wonderful eye candy!
    Love that old flax winder.
    So cool.

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  4. Loving your eye candy Janice!!!! wonderful prim displays, want more.....Scary driving in that storm, glad ok, Blessings Francine.

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  5. Awesome eye candy! What talent you have there , my friend! Love the old crocks! Have a great week end!
    Hugs Marg

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  6. Oh how fun to see all your goodies! I live in OR and it's hard to find such wonderful prims. I love the flax winder. I have never seen one like that. I went to an event at a historic place out our way this spring and they had showed us how the process of plant to spinning. Very interesting.

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  7. Love the cabinet! I have a smaller version in my bathroom.

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  8. Just stunning and I can't decide what display is my favorite....hmmmm...maybe the nightstand...no it's the winder and baby shoes...or the crocks Nope they are all my favorites!
    Donna

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  9. I love seeing all your fun goodies. :-)
    So very beautiful.
    xx oo
    Carla

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  10. Glad you arrived home safe & sound, how frightening to drive through a storm. And look at the wonderful home you arrived back at!
    Kari

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