Hi everyone, hope you are having a great week!
I know that many of you love milk glass as much as I do, so today I thought I'd share with you some of my collection, which I've displayed in my antique hutch in the living room.
I really love how the milk glass contrasts with the dark finish of the hutch. Can you believe it, when I was growing up, I used to hate my mom's milk glass! Now I adore it! I've been hunting for more pieces lately, as my niece is getting married this fall, and is using an assortment of milk glass for her floral and candle arrangements. Love that idea! I think it'll be so much more interesting to have a nice mix of milk glass, rather than having everything all matchy matchy!
This adorable little pedestal, below, is one of my favorite recent thrift shop finds. The pressed floral pattern is so pretty, I think!
I've really lucked out finding lovely vases and pedestals at garage sales and thrift shops, often as cheap as
25 cents per piece! Love the tulip shaped compote on the right (below).
While on our walk this morning, I picked some pretty white wildflowers, which I thought would be perfect for my vignette!
Isn't this hobnail vase sweet?
I found this pretty scalloped edge compote last year at the thrift shop. Love the diamond quilted pattern!
I thought my cream bird cage looked right at home with the milk glass!
Another pretty compote.
Just look at the gorgeous pattern on the underside of the dish!
The French sign was made from a large wooden vintage plaque, and one of my all time favorite graphics from the Graphics Fairy.
Ok, here is my hutch all decked out!
And another glimpse of my sheet music flower swag!
I'm linking up with Kathleen over at Faded Charm for White Wednesday.
and Debra at Common Ground for Vintage Inspiration Friday.
Be sure to visit!