Saturday, April 6, 2013

My Spring Homestead Table



My Spring brunch table, tea with a nest? My Mom and Dad's 25th anniversary coffee pot, now an antique is one of my favorite possession.


Bead springs make perfect egg holders, no the eggs are decorative only, but I guess your could polyurethane them. Um, my next project! Piled up vintage linens and burlap jumbled  are nest like too...



Raffia and lace everywhere!


Rustic and elegant materials just belong together!
Enjoy,
Karen

13 comments:

Phyllis @Around the House said...

Your pictures are just so wonderful,the egg in the old spring and then the pot, thats exactly how you would find them if the chickens laid them, just in odd little places, so sweet..

Karen Doyle said...

Thanks Phyllis, love the way you describe that it looks like how the chicken would have laid it's egg, thanks!

Karen

Olive said...

Pretty Karen-love the mix of ironstone and the spring. xo, Olive

Karen Doyle said...

why thanks so much Olive! I so agree...
Karen

Rebecca Nelson said...

Love the ironstone, Karen! YUM!

xoRebecca

Curtains in My Tree said...

Love it

especially the old wire spring

Liz Hockamier said...

Darling! I love it.

~Liz

Karen Doyle said...

thanks so much Curtains in the Tree, love old springs too- so many fun decorating uses for them...

Ornate Splendor said...

So beautiful! Love the burlap and silver combination. Great Job! Catherine (new follower)

Rita said...

So beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

Jeannie Clemens said...

So sweet, love the colors. for what it's worth

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

Love the natural rustic feel!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love your style! It's natural and all works together so well! Happy Spring!