2.14.2013

In the Sun Room

There have been some changes in the sun room.....again. I shared my sofa table last week that I painted and placed in the great room and told y'all the drop leaf table moved somewhere else. Did any of you guess the sun room?

I think some of you thought I might have painted it. I have thought about it, but for now I like the dark wood with the white walls.

I purchased this fiddle leaf fig tree at Home Depot to replace the Christmas tree I had in this vintage olive bucket. I just hope I don't kill it. So far so good.

I created the vignette using a stone finial I have had for years, a demijohn, and this transferware sugar bowl filled with a tiny fern sitting on a stack of books.

A vintage bushel basket holds magazines.


I will share the new look of the whole room soon.

Yes, it is the saga of the ever changing room.

Sharing at the following:
French Country Cottage

54 comments:

  1. Very pretty Kim. I have got to get an olive bucket...and a fiddle leaf fig. :)

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  2. I love the look of a non-painted wood piece mixed in with the others. Great contrast and interest to a room. Love your fig leaf as well. I've never seen them at Home Depot - I'm going to have to go back and check. Thanks for sharing, liz

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  3. Very pretty! LOVE that little blue and white sugar bowl with mini fern.....so cute! Can't wait to see what else you have changed in there!!!!
    ~Des

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  4. I love having living green in blue & white...such a beautiful combination!
    Can't wait to see your reveal...
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  5. Hi Kimmie! I always love seeing what you do in your sun room and I always love what you've done! Oh, that old bushel basket brings back so many memories! :)
    Happy Valentine's Day and you're always a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  6. That table looks good in there. It's always fun to move something into a different room. Makes it feel new all over again!

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  7. The table looks good in there Kim! I'm glad you didn't paint it, it's stained such a pretty color.

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  8. I have a good sized drop-leaf table in our sunroom also. It is very old and has the barley twist legs - which I love! It is also nice when I need to set up an extra table (entertaining, holidays, etc.). I seat an extra 4 in the sunroom.

    I love having plants in my sunroom. They do so well in there. I've kept my ferns alive from summer in there - so far!!

    tina

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  9. I posted about my Home Depot fiddle leaf fig a couple days ago ~ keeping my fingers crossed it lives! Yours looks perfect in the rustic bucket!

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  10. your saga's are almost as good as the Bachelor! :)

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  11. Such a great table. Love your vignette. Hugs, Marty

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  12. Beautiful vignette! I love the textures...the vintage olive bucket with the transferware...well done!

    Happy Valentine's Day!

    Emily

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  13. Kim,
    Your vignette is so pretty. Love the olive bucket and fig plant. I can't wait to see the whole room.
    Kris

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  14. I love that sugar bowl! I like to use serving pieces for plants, too.

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  15. I love the Vitner bucket! I have one too :) I like the table in wood-but I love painted pieces too. I so enjoy seeing the evolution of your beautiful sun room!

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  16. Like I have said before, I always love what you do in that room! I just replaced a few plants too...they don't last very long in my house...
    -Shelley

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  17. I love the ever-changing room... in all its forms!! Happy Valentine's Day, Kim. blessings ~ tanna

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  18. The fig plant is delightful in the olive bucket Kim. I am glad you did not pain the drop leaf table because it is beautiful.

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  19. you are the master of vignettes!

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  20. Kim, I think you should be a professional stager, you are so good at arranging vignettes. Well done as always:)

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  21. Love your changes. I love that you change things up so much, Kim. It keeps the house fresh and fun! xo Diana

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  22. Beautiful, Kim!! I love the floor length windows. The room looks really bright and happy :)

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  23. I love the warm wood tone against white! Your little fern in the sugar bowl is too sweet. Very pretty, Kim.

    Jeanette

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  24. My favorite room and I'm loving the dark wood of the drop leaf table in there!!! Beautiful as always!

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  25. Ohh how pretty Kim! I need a little fern. They only take 6 months for me to kill opposed to others in a few days.

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  26. Have I ever told you how much I love your sun room? I love the drop leaf table in there... the warmth of the wood looks beautiful. Perfect!

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  27. I love that cozy little sunroom corner-it's so inviting.
    Happy Valentines Day

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  28. Such a great picture. I love the container you have the plant in. I almost bought like them couple last weekend.

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  29. Hi Kim,
    Looking good...love the olive bucket with the burlap, adds such a nice layer to the look!
    Love the blue & white bowl!!
    Happy Valentine's Day to you & Mr. Savvy too!
    All the Best,
    Christine

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  30. It looks so beautiful Kim! I always enjoy seeing how you arrange your accessories and it makes me want to go switch things up in my house! :-)
    Vanessa

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  31. Love the drop leaf table and the vignette!

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  32. Your table really does look pretty in your sunroom, Kim. Love that blue and white sugar bowl.
    Mary Alice

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  33. The table looks great there, Kim. I doesn't matter how many changes you make, you always make wonderful vignettes.

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  34. That is a great table and a lovely vignette. I love pieces that can be used in more than one spot.

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  35. I absolutely love this table as a side table. Great move

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  36. So gorgeous Kim! I love the dark wood against the light walls, as well. Your accessories are pretty too!

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  37. Kim, I REALLY like your sun room vignette with the olive basket, that gorgeous finial, and your pretty transferware bowl. Great look. Hope you have a great weekend.
    Babs

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  38. Ok, when you are true with the finial, may I borrow it for a bit please?
    The vignette looks very pretty ... luv the dark wood against the white wall as well. I have the same contrast in my entryway.
    Fiddle leaf fig ( say that 3 times) ... hmmm, let me know if it's easy to care for please. *showing 10 black fingers/thumbs) At times I think I have killed silk plants :-/
    Hugs, Gee

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  39. I love dark wood in light rooms -- inspired change, Kim!
    xo Heidi

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  40. I love it EVERY time you change the sun room. YOu have the TOUCH! Yvonne was here today and she really liked my new house!!! I love that fiddle leaf tree, I want one too and have been loking for one. I will try HD!!! XO, Pinky

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  41. I love your "sagas"...and great cliffhangers!...The table looks fantastic in the room...and glad you decided not to paint it as it really is a great juxtaposition in the room...and of course, you are the queen of vignettes...looks great!!! oh, and the fiddle leaf fig is on my shopping list!

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  42. I think its all cozy and lovely..just the way ot is...peacefull :)

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  43. Kim, everything about your vignette is just beautiful and all the elements are wonderful atop your pretty drop leaf table. You have a great eye for styling, my dear!
    Diane

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  44. So glad you didn't paint the dropleaf table as it is a beautiful piece as it is. The contrast of the dark wood works wonderfully with your white walls! I really liked how you used an old bushel basket as a magazine holder, too. You always have the best ideas!

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  45. Seeing what you do to change things in your sunroom is one of my favs!! Love the plant in the olive bucket. My olive bucket is housing tp at the moment but i want to do something a little more fun with it for spring!

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  46. So pretty with all that great light. The olive bucket is fabulous. Looking forward to seeing the rest of the room. Have a good weekend!

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  47. My favorite tree...i have one in my living room and I'm shocked I haven't killed it yet!

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  48. Aw...but change is good! I like how you combined the elegant table with the rustic basket. I kill all green things that I bring into the house. I finally gave up. I either have live flowers, sticks or an occasional fake (which I really don't like) because I just can't make live things grow!

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  49. You changed your sun room around? YOU? LOL...Of COURSE you did! It looks great...can't wait to see the next version too...which will look great also! Have I told you I covet your olive bucket....just sayin...if you want to will it to me, I'll take it....

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  50. Drop-leaf tables are gorgeous aren't they? And so handy! Reminds me of when they were used in the (really) old days (in my grandparents time) in the sitting room as a tea table, craft table or card table. I soooo regret my husband selling mine.

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  51. Regardless of where you put them, you always style the prettiest vignettes Kim. It's beautiful and the bare wood looks lovely. The contrast is great. I adore that olive bucket! I've been on the look out for one. I've got lots of old sap buckets, but not one of those!

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