A Blank Wall

I read somewhere: Buy what you love, and in the end, all the pieces will somehow end up making sense in your home.

I’m still testing this theory. The following were found in thrift stores and collected with the common theme: my affection.

This was a silk Adrienne Vittadini scarf. Irresistible. I decoupaged it onto a wooden board and had no place to hang it for a long time.

Loved the retro feel.

How can you say no to a painting of apples?

A signed print of the lighthouse in Annapolis Royal.

A signed watercolor of two girls and a red wagon of cats in a Sardines box. This one had a story.

A signed silk screen print of a hibiscus.

Does the grouping work?

Published in: on April 15, 2011 at 12:03 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. I love it, Patti!
    you find the coolest things!
    Can’t wait to see your collection in person.

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