Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Minor Changes

It's wonderful what a little sunshine and warmer temps will do for you.  I came home from my 24 hour shift and dug in cleaning, washing, dusting, and vacuuming.  I have the window in the kitchen open the thermostat turned off, and the front door open so I can see outside and wouldn't you know I saw a robin.  Oh and 2 candles burning and a new Air wick plug in scent upstairs.  lol.  Since I was dusting I figured I'd make a few minor changes to the decor. Nothing major just a little different.






The peg rack is different lol OK the bench is too, but I didn't take a pic of that.



I read in the Home Tour Country Sampler edition this year not to be afraid to mix patterns. So.... lol

I looked and I don't have a before pic of this because I didn't take one because of the TV.  Steve has yet to make me a cabinet to go around the TV.  Anyway, I had some black mirrored sconces on before and changed them to tin.  Not sure I like it yet.  I'm thinking these need to go above my headboard.

I also had to do some damage control.  Someone who lives in my home that fixes and builds things sat down with a pair of scissors in his pocket and RRRIIIPPPP!!!!  Of course I'm not naming names, but I think we all know who it is ;-)

And to think most times I add patches for the primitive look. LOL  Alright now it's confession time.  My chair has probably been ripped for about a month or more and I am just now getting around to fixing it.  Call it lazy I just never fixed it til today. :-/ lol.

Well, friends union break is over.  I need to get back to cleaning.  Check back Thursday for my thrift store goodies I found recently.

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jennifer768 said...

Loving the changes you have made, simple but pretty and fresh looking.I read that article about mixing patterns too,but when I try it looks wonky.LOL! Yours looks perfect.Enjoy your day cleaning,sure wish I knew where your energy comes from girl.Hugs,Jen

Anne@A Little Fur in the Paint said...

Have just found your lovely blog, and I'm a new follower!
Best, Anne ♥♥

Penny said...

Your tweaking looks wonderful!! So fresh and new for spring....
I especially love your needlework -- the all-blue one has always been a favorite of mine....
Isn't it great that we can just add patches to the little accidents around the house -- it just adds to the charm of a primitive home!

A Primitive Homestead said...

You simple little changes make things brighter. I like them. I need to follow you and move some little things about to freshen things for spring. Blessings!

frontporchprims said...

Lovley Spring changes. Isn't it amazing the difference it can make by just switching around what is on a peg rack? Nice fix to the furniture. It just adds to the decor:) -Steph-

Karen/My Colonial Home said...

Your before and after are wonderful...I really love the first one - makes things pop much more (lightened it up a lot too).

I had to laugh at the rip in the pillow. You are right that we try and rough up and grunge things. But you know...even though we do that - it's different if WE MAKE THE BOO BOO and have to patch...then it seems like it's ruined. I love what you did with it!


Susan At Glen Oaks Primitives said...

I love all of the changes, Mary. Sure, you can mix patterns, stripes and flowers, etc. They look great when you mix.