It really was a whole lot different when it was my, early summer, herb garden.
The plants were struggling to be their best and it was time for a change of view.
This tablescape and centerpiece were my inspirations to make some changes and bring some farmhouse style to the window.
I hung my, straw, market basket in the window and filled it with red, faux geraniums, daisies, and hydrangeas.
I always love to see pics, like this one, that show our yard in the background.
A, rustic, naked frame surrounds my tiny rooster print in an intentional lopsided manner.
Vintage firkins and an"egg crate," that I made from an old wooden box, are displayed to the right adding mpre farm house styling.
A white ceramic rooster proudly sits on top.
A collection of, Strawberry Fields, saucers and a potted violet are tucked inside the rustic white washed crate.
50 cents each is all I paid for eight of these. red transferware, vintage pieces!
A Pfaltzgraff bowl turned upside down is a base for my potted plant and my, white ironstone, creamer is handy for watering the last of my window plants.
The bowl is part of our dinnerware collection.
I liked the way it mimicked the colors in the basket hanging from above.
Our window has given us so much joy over the past 2 years. If you
enter "bay window" in my search bar it will show you many posts of
each Holiday and season for you to see!
I hope that you are enjoying a wonderful summer with you family and friends...we are and I just wish that it would never end!
Love, Hugs and Kisses,and Gucci, too!
Can you see him? He's playing "peek-a-boo!"
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