Last week I shared the chairs that I transformed from yellow to gray and placed in the dining room.
Several of you asked what was in the breakfast room now? I had the six black chairs in here while I painted the yellow ones, but I decided to try something different and placed the ladderback chairs that were in the dining room in here.
If you look closely you will notice the chairs are mismatched. Two are gray with linen seats and two are white with checked seats. The gray ones sat against the wall beside the hutch in the dining room and the white ones were at the table. I don't mind them being mismatched, but I do have two more of these chairs in the original dark finish that I will eventually paint and recover.
I changed up what I have on the table again. Y'all know nothing stays the same long around here.
I blame this new vignette on this new old looking cow from Antique Farmhouse. When it came up for sale I tried to resist it, but I just couldn't.
I pulled out my vintage berries crate and filled it with a few things I had on hand and then the cow statue landed there, too.
For height I used a cake stand and placed a French torchon on it.
The vintage red scale adds a pop of color.
The enamelware pitcher with grocery store flowers that I also used in the spring sun room shoot rounds out this farmhouse style vignette.
I hope y'all have a fabulous weekend!