The hutch went from the family room (where it shouldn't have been in the first place) to the pantry. The Hoosier that was in the pantry went to the foyer nook. The wardrobe that was in the foyer nook went to the family room. All of these pieces function better and look better in their new spots. It will take lots of tweaking and organizing to make each piece function and look right and in its new location.
The most important piece to get right was the hutch. It's now holding lots of kitchen items. I tried to gussy it up so that it can do it's job with as much flair as possible.
our wreath and this is what I did with the other bunch. They look rather nice in my white yard sale pitcher.
There are a couple more details worth pointing out. The hutch looked too white once everything was in place so I put a long piece of green Duck shelf liner on the top. It's a fabulous green and adds a nice punch of color.
The Tonka truck is from my husband's collection. I like to put tiny pumpkins in it around October, so I went ahead and put it on the shelf.
The only money spent on this new setup was for the super cheap, on sale sunflowers.
I have a feeling that I'll tweak the hutch display often for seasonal and/or holiday looks. I've already made a few changes since taking this photo. And let me just say that I am not bowled over by the basket arrangement. I need to ponder this for awhile.
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Feature Yourself Friday at Fingerprints on the Fridge
Fab Friday at Frugal and Fabulous Design
Home and Family Fridays at Home is Where My Story Begins
Friday Make Mine Beautiful at It's a Blog Party ~ decorating ideas
It's a HodgePodge Friday at It's a HodgePodge Life
Show and Tell Friday at My Romantic Home
Frugal Friday at Shabby Nest
I'm Lovin' It Fridays at Tidy Mom