Tuesday, December 13, 2011

By The Sea


It seems lately all my decor centers around the sea!
Well, after all I am a Pisces!
Slowly but surely my house is coming back together!
It's been a slight challenge since I've gotten rid of so my of my treasures.
I worked on this vignette this morning!









I'm linking up with Kathleen's  White Wednesday over at Faded Charm today.



The Vintage Market Place show
coming to Hendersonville, TN
Feb. 2-4, 2012

34 comments:

The Feathered Nest said...

Oh sweetie....it's all just beautiful!!!! I love that you've saved some of your gorgeous nature elements ~ they are absolutely timeless and will always, always be beautiful displayed in your home! Wishing you a very Merry Christmas Theresa ~ hugs and love, Dawn

d e l i g h t said...

That is a great old piece to be able to arrange vignettes on! The sea produces beautiful pieces to use as decor!

Al said...

This arrangement is stunning! I love the collection of items that you've assembled here. The coral and shell elements are my favorite. I am having a vintage holiday brooch giveaway, please stop by my blog. Have a wonderful holiday! -Al

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

Hi Theresa, Love your "sea" look, especially the photo with the feathers. Sooo pretty:)
~Debra xxx
Capers of the vintage vixens

Rhonda said...

I love it. Your designs are always lovely.
Rhonda

Alice said...

What beautiful colors and textures! I love how you arranged this vignette so it is not fussy. That antique piece is just gorgeous!

Sue said...

I've got a lot of sea/beach stuff in my house. I've always lived near the beach, and still do, that is part of of my love for it all! Your photos are beautiful as is everything in them. I love the big old door with your shelf and corbels! Sorry, I just had to go back and stare some more!

Take care, Sue

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

Your place always looks so pretty. I thought of you this weekend when I saw sea fans at Leftover's for $5 and they were the brown one's too!

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Can you hear my heart beating!? SO,so gorgeous! Each element is so unique in this vignette. Yum! I got a peek at your moon pictures too. Just lovely!

Ozma of Odds said...

...oh my! your new room is looking FAB-U-LOUS!!
love, Love, LOVE how your vintage door/shelf turned out...genious!!
and your vignette is sea-stunning:)

sooooo pretty!!
xo, Rosemary

trash talk said...

Try as we might with glue guns, we can't beat nature when it comes to natural beauty.
FAN-tastic...you little water baby you!
Deb

red.neck chic said...

*sigh*
i could swim right in....

it's GORGEOUS!!!

;-D robelyn

oldgreymare said...

Pretty simple dear, you are connecting to the changes of the tides, as your life has been changing. The crashes, the rolling of the waves, the moments of calm.... feel familiar? There is a reason we are attracted to things. We just need to pause and listen...
Your nest is looking warm and cozy.
much love
z

Dorthe said...

How beautiful you live, I love the door-shelf it is gorgeous, and all your wonderful decorations too.
xo, Dorthe

Anonymous said...

WOW! I just love that huge door and shelf! It is mazing and you decorated it beautifully too!!
Blessings~
Sandi@WaysideTreasures

Cabin Fever Primitives said...

So stunning, love how all the elements compliment each other. I may not always comment but always follow along. In my Prim Home I have one room I am converting to shabby white. Loved it back in the 70's, and am loving it again, thanks to you.
Holiday Blessings
Connie

Brayton Homestead Interiors said...

absolutely gorgeous!

Karen

DECORATOR TO THE STARS GIO said...

LUV YOUR BLOG :) PLEASE STOP & SAY HI GIO

LizlovesVintage said...

By the Sea, By the Sea, By the Beautiful Sea ;)
Love it!
xxx Liz

House Wren said...

Beautiful! thanks for sharing, hope your holidays are peaceful....lol from the wrens in texas

June said...

Your vignettes are always the best TOT.
WOW, that piece the vignette is on is truly jaw dropping. I have know doubt that your house will come together beautifully. Oh and I hope I get to see it!
If I don't see you before Christmas, I hope you have a Merry Christmas.
hugs to you from me...

Ticking and Toile said...

W.O.W.!!!!! speechless....

xo,
Shellagh

lisa Moran, Bilancia Designs said...

This is absolutely gorgeous!!
Where did the beautiful piece/mantle come from in the last photo??
Your style is just beautiful!
Happy Holidays!
Lisa

A Cottage Muse said...

Simply beautiful!!

Anne Lorys - Fiona and Twig said...

I just adore your touches of nature!
Nobody styles a vignette like you do, my friend!

XOXO,
Anne

Miss Sandy said...

Just lovely! I adore that little crackled mini mannie, I imagine it used to be a dolls body? Great find!

Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas said...

Oh my goodness! It is all in the details and you know how to detail! This looks like a work of art to me...I love it! The layering and the textures....love it!

Lou Cinda :)

starrynightimpressions said...

Thanks Theresa for visiting my blog, I've added yours to my favs. I love your store, if I lived nearby you'd see me shopping there every week!!
Merry Christmas to you and your fam.
deborah

Shabby Jen said...

Found you via Urban Farmhouse on facebook! I am your newest follower. I LOVE your blog!!! I hope to meet you sometime.
Ciao for now.

andrea said...

A sea shell is just a sculpture...by mother nature! I love them, too. andrea@townandprairie

Lisa said...

TOT,
Love it all! The display box, the coral, but especially the salvaged shelf! I'd love to find something like that for my home. Hope your enjoying the holiday & not working to hard.
Lisa

Elizabeth Maxson said...

Oh, this is so nice...love it! The textures and details are just fab...and that panel (or door?) love THAT too!

Thanks for sharing,

Big hug
Elizabeth

saltbox treasures said...

You have such a talent for displaying beautiful objects! Love that old shelf architectural piece.
Hope you have a Merry Christmas!
~ Julie

the Sweetest Memory said...

Absolutely stunning! I am sharing on my blog!

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