From Angie’s grandmother, who loved pink, it has some amazing graphics in the border. Planters of ivy and philodendrons so typical of the era along with a pretty cha-cha wire lamp base and fern shade means it’s most likely from the 50’s.
Since Angie’s favorite color combo is pink and green this is a combination of her taste mixed with her grandmother’s cloth. The center of the cloth is pale pink so we started with rose Fiesta. Because there is such a strong red in the border we brought in the scarlet Fiesta and topped it with seamist.
Because there is pink on the table there is Stuart : )
And look who hopped up, for the first time ever! Miss Prudence. She took a quick look around and scooted back outside.
Look how cute this part of the border is! My parents had a coffee table with legs like that when I was little, and the planter that matches the lamp? Adorable!
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Tomorrow – Atomic stars
22 days to go!!