Last week, I showed you my “Iowa Summer Wreath.” It consisted of the many shades of green in Iowa during the summer. Along with the green, there is every color in the rainbow shown in our flowers. I wanted to reflect both in my decorating.
My kitchen table has a simple green runner with a floral, ceramic, mixing bowl. Inside the bowl are a flameless candle and three napkin rings that have flowers on them.
You can see the detail on the on the other two mixing bowls displayed in the china cabinet.
The dining room table has a butterfly vignette as a centerpiece. There are two plaques with butterflies on them, a butterfly cookie cutter, and a tiny book about butterflies. I put the other three napkin rings in a tiny watering can.
The window sill, between the kitchen and living room, has a small painting of a green, glass vase, full of multi-colored flowers. The glass in the fish-shaped candle matches the vase in the painting.
I displayed my tiny ceramic pieces on the shelf leading down the stairs.
Iowa’s state flower is the Wild Prairie Rose. I included roses in the throw on the couch and the matching hand painted pillow.
I also used roses when I set out towels in the bathroom. The rose towel compliments the green hand towel with an applique rose. As a final touch, I added a small rose-shaped pin.
Total spent? Zero. Zip. Zilch. (I will let you in on a few secrets Thursday.)
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