end-table redo

I always had a penchant for anything vignettes. Come dry season here in our tropical country,  when leaves and twigs would dry out and turned to brown, i would go out in the fields, searched every dried flowers and twigs that would caught my fancy. And, so the ones you see on the left in a thrifted white tea pot which i made as a vase, were few of the wild flowers that have become dried and i had collected years back.

Since i had an ecru/brown couch beside it, i thought it was never meant to be there anymore, i thought it was looking for a new home, and so, this end-table needed few colors to complement the couch.

i had to take a snap before relocating some of the stuffs here:

that was then...

thought it was about time these animal printed plates joined forces...

i meant to replace the table runner with a longer one, but then, i would want to keep the simplicity of it to give highlight more to the array of displays atop

i wouldn't miss the twin candles i found on a thrift...AND, THERE IT GOES...revamped!!!

Transformation Thursday

Chic on a Shoestring Decorating

Frugalicious Friday


4 responses to this post.

  1. I love the leapard print one! Plates are getting so popular for decorating with, I can see why, they add a nice touch! Thanks for joining Idea Sharin’ Wednesday.



  2. Thanks so much for linking up to my Treasures and Trinkets party, I’m so glad you did! 🙂 You did a great job on your revamp! 🙂
    Have a great day


  3. Those plates are super fun! =)


  4. Pretty vignettes, love the plates! Thanks for stopping by and following…Christine


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