I recently blogged about a moody gray farmhouse,
+ broke down all the reasons why I loved this floor-to-ceiling vignette:
I am finally going to create my own floor-to-ceiling vignette,
looking eastward from our couch.
Here ’tis, in its during stage:
Toward the west we have art ledges:
But back to the opposite side of our couch:
My enamel top sawhorse table was formerly a sofa table.
Its red + white colors form the scheme of my arrangement.
I did say floor-to-ceiling, so let’s see what’s on the floor.
First, a large red+ white target artwork anchors the space:
Of course, this is all subject to change,
because it’s a project in progress.
But for now, that’s it for the floor portion of my floor-to-ceiling vignette.
My plans include having a gallery wall above the sawhorse table.
I can’t decide which of my dozens of artworks to include
which is why the in progress stage of my project is taking so long.
In the meantime, I did lean this old red level against the wall:
This level will draw the eye upward
+ will eventually link the floor items to those higher up, on the wall.
I shall blog about both the art gallery + the table top vignette, soon.
Today I shall work on pillows for my etsy shop
+/or plant batch #2 of spring bulbs out front.
Here’s a post about our first batch of spring bulbs.
Here’s a recent pillow, with which I have a love/hate relationship:
It seemed to take forever to make, so I was almost hating it.
As often occurs, though, the following morning I super loved it.
Thanks for viewing; it means a lot!