When I was growing up, my father always had a rose garden wherever we lived. It was one of his special talents and he loved to bring the garden into the house. He always arranged them in a beautiful crystal vase in the center of the dining room table. Whenever I smell freshly picked roses I am immediately transported back to that dinner table. I love to put flowers all over the house. They are especially wonderful when placed in unexpected places, in unique vintage containers.
What could be prettier than a profusion of roses in a simple white vintage enamel pitcher.
Old tins make a great casual display. This is perfect for a porch or garden room.
This unusual shaped vintage bottle makes a gorgeous statement with a single floral stem
Love this rustic look
Don't you love when children bring you a handful of flowers (hopefully not from the neighbor's yard). Nothing is sweeter than an old Ball jar filled with flowers on the breakfast table.
I like how this collection of old glass beakers has been grouped together and decorated with a single flower here and there. It gives a more modern look to an old element.
and now that the daffodils are getting ready to bloom in my neighborhood , if I only had some children to.........