That's me, a lover of all things green, especially when it comes to 50's green, which is the color I choose to compliment the white of the garden house we built last summer.
In other news, 50's green also takes the stage in this display I did at work today. The sweet tiny Hoosier cupboard, with the green rimmed enameled surface, is the star of the show.
I had intended to use this cupboard in my home, but when it didn't fit just right, as I had imagined, it was off to the antique mall to find a new home.
I love that the crisp color pallet is so refreshing ... perfect for the long hot summer days to come.
There are a few changes to the garden house. Though I am mostly focusing on the collecting of white pottery, as is shown on the fireplace mantel. You may notice one green pot, though, next to the candlestick lamp on the stove top. Just couldn't resist.
I was also pleased with this cute planter box I just finished. It is all white, but the greenery inside completes the color scheme. I fount the rabbit silhouette and the banner for the box at Graphics Fairy. The quote in the banner is "Don't go into the garden, your father was put in a pie." a shortened version of the real quote, from Peter Rabbit "Don’t go into Mr. McGregor’s garden: your Father had an accident there; he was put in a pie by Mrs. McGregor” . I love the work of Beatrix Potter, doesn't everyone?