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June 3, 2015

French Country Inspired Vignette- Edtion 2

After I created my table vignette last week as seen "here" I got to thinking it might fit on the top of this little accent table.  The vignette was too large to keep on the dining table so thought I'd give it a try over here.  


The blue vase is a tad tall for the bottom but it does fit so for now I'm giving it a try.  I'll move it back up here eventually because I love it with the dried wheat that I've displayed in it before.


I swapped out the lemon napkin to this Provencal pattern which reflects the colors that are in the dishes on the dish rack.

 This red basket was sitting on the bottom shelf so I brought it up for a pop of red.

The little white wood charger (from Pottery Barn a while back) ended up on the table with a bowl of fruit and my Polish Pottery cow creamer.  I think she's adorable and try to keep her out all the time.


 With and Without a Tablecloth

Some more tweaking at no cost...... win win!
I think I'll change out the plates on the plate rack and ready myself for some more red white and blue!

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11 comments:

  1. Nice changes, Liz. It's refreshing to move things around occasionally...makes us feel like we have something new. The chicken basket on the wall is such a nice surprise. I've been out of town with no internet service and just got to visit your blog since over a week ago. I love the new design of your home page. The short post segments are so much easier to preview and click to view. It beats all the scrolling from before. It's great, so thanks! :-)

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  2. I love what youve done out in the garden and inside.
    If you don't have a place for the rooster I am sure he'll be happy at my house. :)
    Hope you have sunshine and clear sky's.
    Linda C in Seattle

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  3. Liz,
    I think it is so enjoyable and savvy to shop our own homes. I love roosters too and even though mine are packed away I already have the architect creating a perfect spot in my new kitchen for them.
    Also, Liz-how did you create your new look for your posts?
    Thank you,
    Jemma

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  4. Perfectly lovely. What a magnificent rooster....

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  5. Liz, let me say I absolutely love that beautiful white chicken. It looks so elegant. Everything looks very bright and cheerful and the blue vase is gorgeous..Happy Wednesday..Judy

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  6. I like it there, all the white blends well together. That rooster is a real cock-o-the-walk!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  7. Liz, your whole eating area is so pretty and frenchy! I love the rooster and the pretty blue you've incorporated in there.

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  8. Hi Liz, Oh I just love this and the black and white you know is a favorite of mine. The corner is awesome and I love the white rooster. I too love to shop my house, move things around for a new look and find it so much fun.
    Love your b&w table cloth. Beautiful French Country!
    Happy June, CM

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  9. You always make that dining table area look so charming. That is a sweet cow creamer too!

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  10. Liz this vignette is truly lovely. I adore the pop of red.
    Happy June and have a wonderful weekend.

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  11. Very pretty Liz...love that pretty blue and white bowl on your table too!!

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