Sunday, September 28, 2014
More Country Living/Columbus Finds
Last time I showed you this apple picking bag filled with cotton, which was my favorite Country Living Fair find.
(To see more of my back stoop go here.)
Today I'm going to show you a few more things that I got in Columbus. Like I mentioned before, I tried to be more careful regarding what I bought this year so I didn't get a ton of things. But what I got, I love!
Like these 2 shutters. Perfect size and chippiness!
Right now I have them leaning against the wall on top of a little barn wood shelving unit. Eventually I might hang them separately. It's good to have options! :)
This architectural piece was a winner!
I added a few tiny faux pumpkins and a glass cloche to make it complete!
I already had this wheat arrangement so I placed it beside the base and cloche for a little fall vignette.
I haven't quite decided what to do with this long weathered wooden box yet, but I had to have it!
I think it would look great filled with pumpkins and gourds...or dried hydrangeas...or pinecones and greens at Christmas...the possibilities are endless! For now it's on my dining room table, but who knows where it will end up?
This sweet wire basket wasn't from Country Living, but another shop from my Columbus trip.
It's the perfect size to hold my 3 fabric pumpkins that I bought last year in Columbus...
...on this sweet white bench that I recently got...
And here's another wire basket (from Country Living) that I couldn't pass up! It's a fun size, kind of tall and narrow.
My friend Suzanne knows that I adore hydrangeas so she gifted me with these from her yard!
Aren't they gorgeous?
I placed them in this basket as an easy way to dry them, then just left them. I'll probably use some burlap as a 'liner' to hide the stems, or use the basket for magazines. But for now I placed the arrangement on top of a bench with another pumpkin that I got in Columbus last year, and created another simple fall vignette.
So that's about it for my new Columbus finds! Notice a theme here? (Hint: mostly chippy and white!) But what can I say? They make me happy :)
Thanks so much for stopping by, and have a fantastic week!
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