Friday, January 11, 2013

The Beauty of Texture

I was sitting at my dining room table working on my work laptop and couldn't help but be fascinated with all the different designs and textures in this vignette on my hutch.
Some of this silver was recently cleaned and some of it is still waiting its turn, but even so they play well together.
 Textures intrigue me.  I love working and decorating with color, but textures are fast becoming my favorite way to display and design.
 I love the combination of the different patterns of silver and glass together.
The backdrop for this vignette is a lovely old chippy corbel that has a beauty all its own.
I would love to know its history, how old it is, where it lived originally, and where it has been in between then and now.   Age has been kind to this chippy old corbel and left it more beautiful from its years of living.
 I purchased this piece of pottery at a barn sale last year.  It isn't old, and I'm probably its first owner, but it has a look of age and history that I find appealing and beautiful.
Love the roses that so beautifully adorn this simple pot.
Finding beauty in the simple things.  I hope I can age as beautifully as these lovely time worn items.
Linking with
The Tablescaper for Seasonal Sundays
A Stroll Thru Life for Table Top Tuesdays 


Sharing Shadymont said...

Such a gorgeous vignette. I love mixing those types of items together too. Old silver is one of my favorite things. Thanks for your visit and sweet comments. Have a great weekend.

Rita said...

This is my first visit to your blog and what a most pleasant surprise it has been!
you have such an inspiring welcoming place.
i love your display of silverware and glass, and your corbel is just gorgeous. you are right, time has definitely been generous to it.
have a great sunday.

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

Such a pretty vignette. Love anything with a touch of silver!!!
Hope you are having a GREAT weekend!

kitty said...

What a pretty vignette. My favorite is all the different patterns on the handles of the silverware. That makes it all so interesting. Thank you for your visit. I'm your newest follower *_*

Denise said...

Hi Cindy,

What a pretty vignette!! I especially like the piece of pottery adorned with roses -- just lovely. I, too, like textures and colors. I think they add so much interest in nature and in our homes.

Thanks so much for your visit, and I hope you have a great week!

Denise at Forest Manor

Judy Biggerstaff said...

This is a beautiful vignette. The textures are so very intriguing to look at. I love beautiful corbels too. You did hit this one on the nail with your display of beautiful textures.

Denise said...

Yes, I agree :) Your silver and old corbel and vase look amazing together. I enjoyed your pretty home.Thank you for stopping by to meet Me. Denise of Coffeeberry cottage

Tammy @ A Walk in the Countryside said...

Beautiful vignette! Bringing texture to a vignette or to a room in general is key in my book! Blessings, Tammy

Lucille said...

Hi Cindy! I know what you mean about texture. I find it easy on the eye. It prevents a room from being boring. You have interesting textures in your decor. The coarseness of the corbel, the roughness of the stone urn, the softness of the flatware surface and the smoothness of the glass. Taken in altogether, it makes an interesting scene. It creates an atmosphere of comfort!

June said...

It looks like the entire vignette would have stories from the past tell Cindy. I think that what makes it so beautiful-and IT IS beautiful!!!
I'm like you, I hope I can age have as well : )
sending hugs...

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Love it all. I really like to see the mix of the rustic and the elegant. Gorgeous. Thanks tons for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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