Here we are, the last weekend of the month. And that calls for a bit of a change up to both the mental and the physical state of things.
We have forsythia and apple blossoms already. But inside I'm just freshening up a display with linens and pitchers. The biggest jugs are my favorite.
I have a large basin for each, and the large bowls are wonderful for both display and more practical use as well.
A few platters join the collection.
One of the first I ever collected, this old girl shows off her curves in a basket of linen in the morning light.
But this little gravy boat is the newest to be added. So much character in a little piece of china! Quite a few of these little brown transferware pitchers have passed through my hands in recent years.
A bit of linen is getting a change out as well.
I like to appreciate the delicate details more fully up close.
I'll enjoy the jaunty line up of pitchers until I need another change of scene.
I do a lot of mix and match, but this pretty transfeware basin is the actual companion to the tranferware pitcher above.
I hope you enjoy the parade!
I just love the artful china marks too!
Though not a match, this little platter goes perfectly with my latest transferware gravy pitcher. Serendipity!
One of my recent runner finds. I love the ivory tones of natural linen. The lace underneath has been featured here on the blog many times.
I'm off for more treasure hunting this weekend!
I hope it's a great one for you too!