Thursday, September 1, 2011

You got to have the "White Stuff", Baby!














You gotta have the "White Stuff"! 


The cream ware...white roses...white linens... and faded white paint.....


Notice how lovely this pretty teapot mixes with the other creamy whites.





Here is a view from our sunroom.

 The white wicker lamp came to us from a dumpster dive many years ago. 

The huge white window once graced a hardware store in a town nearby. We built our room around this window.










There are linens to be found at just about every flea market....sometimes you have to sort thru various and sundry piles.

 OxyClean works well to clean them. Go easy on the bleach....they are often fragile.










The cake plate below was made by gluing a plate to a candlestick.




 Lots less pricey than buying the ridiculously expensive cake plates!










See.... plate + candlestick= cake plate











Use silicone to glue the plate to the candlestick.


 Voila!










This chair is in our sunroom.


 We found it flea marketing in Strasburg with my parents. Twenty-two dollars!





white chair-$22 [used PW Heartland action] 





chandelier-$15





white pitcher & silk roses- Michael's Craft Store



edge of white linen

tureen with linens




old books mix well with creamy whites




This white pitcher was waiting for us at a
 flea market in Woodstock, Va.






















white platters and a bird's nest





This gorgeous white tureen is a little cracked.....


made it affordable.....






close-up of tureen lid













 look good with all your other things
 or they can stand on their own beautifully.









They are timeless and affordable.


 When you keep your eyes open you can find some fantastic buys just about anywhere.


 Walmart, Target, Michael's, T.J. Max all carry some wonderful selections.










Flea markets and Thrift stores carry charmingly chippy collectibles! [notice the alliteration]




Big jar of white buttons



So you see? You gotta have the "white stuff" , Baby!











12 comments:

Charm Bracelet Diva said...

I want that chair! And the ironstone (I LOVE tureens!) And your photos are absolutely gorgeous. I SO need to take a photography class.

xoxo
Kathleen

Audrey said...

Thank you, so much for your encouragement. It really helps.
Blessings, Audrey-eleganteconomies@blogspot.com

Pat said...

Your white on white pictures are brilliant - I especially like the jar full of buttons!

Audrey said...

Thank you, Pat!
A dear friend gave me all those wonderful buttons.
Happy day!

Blessings, Audrey

Roselle said...

Your photos and the vignettes are gorgeous!
Visting from WW today.
Roselle

Anonymous said...

Lovely! White is so very classic.

Revi said...

Yummy, and THANKS for the idea to make a cake plate with a candlestick, a plate and some silicone glue! I am SO going to do that with some little white saucers I found today and some candlesticks I was going to sell. It will make for a pretty table on special occasions!

I'm so glad I found you, and will follow you - I'm new to blogdom. Stop by sometime!
Revi at
www.revisionarylife.blogspot.com

Something Nice and Pretty said...

I love using white too, the linens look so pretty in the tureen, I have a few of those too! Love those clocks you have, I found one for $4.00 at the flea market, just like my mom had when I was a teenager!
I'm your newest follower, stop by when you have a minute!

Rondell

⚜ ↁℯℬℬᴵℰ⚜@ Debbiedoos blogging and blabbing said...

How gorgeous! I am so glad you found my newbie party and joined in. Thanks so much for sharing your talent.

Terri @ A Creative Princess said...

Beautiful photos and inspiration!! I would love for you to link up Thursday (actually it starts tonight) to It’s a Party!

www.acreativeprincess.blogspot.com

Toni said...

Beautiful pitcher and soup tureen.

Anita @ Cedar Hill Ranch said...

Oh I love all of your ironstone, and you are right, that tureen remind me of mine, but yours still has its lid. Thanks for sharing!!

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