Of course, I made a quick visit to Good Will, and found 3 new home decor books, an English teapot, a bunch of roses for the teapot, and a couple other items. I arranged the roses into the teapot, and placed it in the adjoining dining room to help everything work together. I believe the teapot was $2.52, and the flowers were a dollar. The teapot is marked, Arthur Wood & Son, Staffordshire England, est., 1884, and numbered 6485 M. Similar pots sell on Ebay from $8 - $70. Mine was missing the lid, so it works great like I have it.
This table is working well in the dining room.
I'll share how I made these curtain panels soon. (I have about $1.50 in the two)! Good Will fabric remnant with exactly enough fabric for 2 panels!
The tan background on the panels blends in with the rug, and the pink floral design works with the family room changes.
I changed the coffee table vignette to this. I love the 'free' basket, and the aqua jars.
I switched out some of the items on the gallery wall in order to lighten the colors. I painted the frame on the top center picture with gold acrylic paint which blends better now.
(current lighter gallery wall)
(first gallery wall look)I also switched out the lamps which allows for a better view of the wall.
I'm still changing things, so I will keep sharing with you.
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