I found a pair of chippy green shutters at a favorite antique mall a couple of weeks ago, and loved the patina and texture of the old paint when I spied them. I bought them knowing I would use them in my Potting Shed but not exactly sure where.
I decided to hang them to frame the window shelf that provides a little area to play with flowers that changes by the season or with what’s in bloom. . .
The green color provides some contrast and texture against the white walls and the shutter slats provide a surface for hanging.
I hung some transferware plates to provide some temporary blooms. . .
A Garden Bouquet from Johnson Brothers and a basket of flowers from Clarice Cliff Charlotte. . .
Camellias have been blooming for a couple of weeks and provide a vibrant pop of pink, filling a transferware pitcher, creamer and watering can.
A salvaged rake head hangs on one shutter, aflutter with butterfly magnets and postcard. . .
And provides a little whimsy blooming with a Camellia.
Hope you’re enjoying some early spring blooms where you are!