Tuesday, March 17, 2015

A Spring Vignette

My home has been officially Spring-ified!
(Yes, I know that's not a real word.)

The snow is finally beginning to melt,
although there is some of the white stuff in the
forecast for today, and it looks like there
might be light at the end of this very cold,
very snowy Winter tunnel.  

I'd like to share the blue dresser in my sitting room today....




I wish the background you see through the window was 
green instead of white, but this is New York after all.  


 Everything I used here was stuff I already had on hand.
I always love it when that happens.

Have a wonderful day friends
and 
Happy St. Patrick's Day!



17 comments:

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

I LOVE that blue chest Gina!! Isn't great to be able to see the grass again!!

Dawna Motz said...

Love it Gina! We have had very little snow here this year.... But I am so ready for the "brown" landscape to turn green. I don't post much in Jan - March but am finishing up my spring mantel as well... Stay tuned !

Kerin said...

Super cute!
Love the little bit of checkered ribbon on the candle too.
Little details like add a special touch.

Spring is on it's way, and before you know it, all that snow will melt away.

Have a happy week.

~K.

sweet violets said...

Love the blue dresser and all the soft colors you put with it, so pretty!!

The white stuff is starting to melt, seeing some green along the road side, long way to go!!!

Barbara F. said...

So pretty, Gina! Our snow has left but as you say, there may be some in the forecast for us on Friday! Yikes! Today it is lovely, near 60. Our grass is still quite brown and very very soggy.

Shelia said...

HI Gina! Oh, this is a gorgeous vignette! I love it and the light coming through your window is pretty even if the snow is outside. We still have snow and I'm beginning to get tired of it.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I love your pretty, spring-y vignette, Gina. Did you paint the blue chest? I love when things are found just around the house to pull the look together. I hope your snow leaves soon!
Happy St. Patrick's Day! 🍀

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Hi Gina - you have me thinking of springtime! After today my green shamrock things get put away and the big Easter/Spring box comes out! Nothing new, just lots of great favorites.

Why did I think you lived in Ohio? Weird. My old brain doesn't work sometimes. Well no WONDER we haven't gotten together yet, haha.

Happy St. Patrick's Day to one of my favorite Italians, next to St. Pat himself, who was Italian, and my hubs. Hugs.

NanaDiana said...

That looks SOOO pretty, Gina. I have started using some of that same soft blue in my decor, too. LOVE your chest- I would arm wrestle you for that at a sale!!! xo Diana

Melinda said...

St. Pat's is still up here
BUT Spring will arrive here
soon.

M : )

Jann Olson said...

Gina, I love that dresser and the dotty pitcher! You really have had quite the year. And then there's us. . .no snow to speak of. We are probably going to be in trouble come July. Happy Spring!
hugs,
Jann

chateau chic said...

Blue and white is my favorite, and always will be! Your dresser is a beauty as well. The whole vignette says spring is on the way!!
Mary Alice

Diane said...

Beautiful dresser, Gina, and I want that blue and white polka dot pitcher!!! As, always, you have an amazing talent for arranging different objects to achieve fabulous vignettes - love!

Pat Cantwell said...

Gina,
Lovely vignette, dear friend!!!
The subtle hue of the blue pitcher filled with white tulips is exquisite!!!
Happy first day of Spring!!!
Fondly,
Pat

Ana said...

Oh so springy...I love it! Happy Spring my sweet friend. Hope your white turns into green soon :-)

Hugs,
❤️Ana

bj said...

Love your darling blue chest..and the sheers behind it...everything looks so pretty.

Sherry @ Thrift My House said...

Now I thought springified was a real word.. just like summerfied and fallified... I'm sick of winterfied.
Beautiful vignette Gina. I love your curtains too. Everything so pretty!

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