A Cottage Style change for Spring.
Our bath is like the rest of the house. . . .it changes with the seasons. . . .or on a whim. . . .Although, this change was more from necessity than a planned one. . . .
He's normally found in the living room--at the window--where he loves the afternoon sun to warm his "bones". . . .But, since we're working on the living room--and Fred is so big now--we moved him to new quarters. . . .
Once Fred was settled in, the entire room had a garden style feeling. . . .so I went with his inspiration. . . .
You can't go wrong with flowers. . . .
Nor can you go wrong with babies and vintage clothes. . . .
Add living plants, flowers, pastel colors. . . .and I had the perfect formula for a soft, cottagy touch to our bath. . . .A welcomed look after a long winter. . . .
If you're interested in how I see the differences between Cottage Style vs Plain & Simple Style, I'll be sharing a few of my ideas with you at Country Whites Weekend coming up this month. . . .But, that's for another day. . . .and another post.
I want to thank Fred for his Springtime inspiration. . . .I had considered giving him to a friend. . . .but now, I think I might keep him around for a while longer!
I think I saw him smile. . . .and grow another inch or two. . . .
. . .from my farmhouse to yours. . .