I changed things around in my dining room for my latest find.
And I added a sweet vintage veil I found yesterday to my vintage dress form.
Actually I found a vintage wedding dress and a veil.
I have no idea what I will do with a vintage wedding dress but it’s so pretty and the price was right.
The veil is tattered and torn and has darkened with age.
It has that tea stained look that we all like to achieve but it happened naturally due to it’s age.
Love the beautiful flowers on this veil too.
So dainty and delicate.
The white flowers on the veil are not fabric flowers but some sort of soft plastic.
I am drying those roses, they are pinned on with a vintage pearl pin.
I found that candelabra a few months ago,love this sweet corner vignette.
Sort of has a Jeanne d’ Arc look to it.
Yes my style is very eclectic,which is why anytime someone asks me what my style is I always have a hard time describing it,and my answer always changes.
I collect so many different things,shabby,farmhouse,French.
But I think it’s MY look,at least that is what my friends tell me.
When they are out and see something they know I will like they say “That looks so White Lace Cottage”.
Love the wonderful scent and look of these gorgeous pink roses.
Thank you Anne!
The flowers on my grandmother’s veil were wax.
The old veil looks great on your vintage dress form. I’m sure, as you shop for things for your shop, you find things that will look good in your own home too. You will probably be changing things around a lot! I know I would if I had a shop. I think it would be hard to part with that vintage scale.
The dressmaker’s form and vintage veil are pretty additions to your room, Anne.
Although I haven;t run into anything yet, I’m sure I’d think the same thing! Your very lucky to find a veil and wedding gown together.
Thank you Lynn!
Alicia@ Eco Friendly Homemaking says
Oh everything looks so pretty!