Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Playing in the Hall


Hi, everyone!  I was 'playing around' with this shelving unit in our front hallway, and I thought I'd share what I came up with. (You can see the before look here.)


I now realize that my cow is a little off center...I'll have to fix that! :)


I recently found this 'Hams and Bacon' bin on the bottom shelf at an antique mall and I thought it was quirky and cool...just my thing!


I'm always redoing this vignette so I'm sure it won't stay this way for long, but I like the look for now!


Thanks for stopping by!  Stay tuned...I have some exciting news coming up!!  :)

28 comments:

  1. Yes, the hams and bacon bin is cool! Love it!!

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  2. What a lovely display you've created and the hams and bacon bin is such a fabulous find. Love the cow picture! Hmmmm...is the cow wondering if she is "next" as she looks down on the hams and bacon? :)

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  3. Beautiful, I love the cow print:)

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  4. Looks beautiful Susan, styled perfectly. I love that shelving unit, so jealous!! ~Meg

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  5. It all looks great together. Your newest ham and bacon bin fits in perfectly there.

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  6. It looks wonderful! That castles crate is fab-u-lous!!

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  7. It's always so fun to see what you are up to with your decor! Love that basket hanging on the wall!

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  8. I love your entryway decor! The dried hydrangeas and the numbered basket are my favorite things. I really like the cow painting and the funky ham and bacon box! Have a great day! ~ Jamie

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  9. LOVE the iron candelabra!!
    Mary Alice

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  10. I was focused on your cow until you said you have exciting news coming up.....I hope we don't have to wait long!!! Blessings~~~Roxie

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  11. I'm with Mary Alice...I love the iron candelabra. And I kind of like the cow picture being off center (not that I noticed first). Looks lovely.

    XOXO,
    Meredith

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  12. love the hams and bacon bin! and the cow picture! well, love it all, always do!

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  13. You have so many great things to play with- I'd change it all the time, too!

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  14. Hi Susan,
    I love the entry way. Love the cow picture. Had so much fun today meeting up with you and Keith. So glad we could finally meet. You got some great treasures hope they all make it home ok!!!!! Please come back to Chicago soon.
    Kris

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  15. I like the candelabra too! Pretty vignette.

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  16. I love it! What a cutfe vignette and I love cows! That hams and bacon box is a hoot - so cute! Thanks for sharing! Hugs, Leena

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  17. Beautiful entry Susan....I am really loving that wooden box...you have so many fantastic items to create such gorgeous and unique vignettes!...Can't wait to hear about your good news!!!

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  18. Can't wait to hear about your exciting news! Love the wooden box. I also love the candle sconce!Enjoy your evening.

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  19. So creative!! You've given me some great decorating inspiration :-)

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  20. Ham, Bacon, and Beef...fruit...you've almost got a feast! Well, it IS a feast for the eyes. :) Waiting with bated breath for your news, Susan.
    -Revi

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  21. Your entry looks amazing! You always find the most unique items and display them so cleverly. Can't wait for the exciting news!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  22. This is a beautiful vignette, that box with the hydrangea is wonderful and so is that basket on the wall.

    Cynthia

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  23. Love it all! I'm eyeing that Castles box too and your beautiful dried hydrangeas. Such a beautiful vignette you've created.

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  24. Glad to see I'm not the only one who rearranges! I love your shelf and the bacon box -- very kitchy!

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  25. Love the new look Susan and those pretty hydrangeas! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  26. It looks great!! Love the cow print!!
    ~Cindy

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  27. The wooden box just seems like it is in place on the shelving unit. The ham and bacon bin adds to the rustic charm of the area. I believe that the cow is pondering its future, or maybe it is being thankful that it is not a pig, while looking at the ham and bacon bin.

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