Last Fall I bought this vintage pink cabinet from my friend, Dolly’s Aunt Bunny. It has been sitting in the garage ever since.
If you know me, you know that I don’t have a lot of pink in my home. I loved the cabinet and for $40 I just couldn’t pass it up!
I brought it in and knew it would work great for a ‘Valentines’ display.
It’s the perfect shade of pink and a little rough around the edges. . .just the way I like it!
It sits on my chippy table in front of the living room window. Which doesn’t make for easy photography. I finally closed the blinds and this is the best I could do.
I filled the shelves with little treasures. . .A collection of bottles. The sweet ‘pearls of wisdom’ was a gift from my friend, Ann. The small rose pitcher was a thrift find.
A teacup bought while vacationing in AZ, a vintage tea spoon, and a silver bird.
A few pieces of pretty pink dishes, a thrifted candle, an image printed from ‘the Graphics Fairy’ and a bird music box. I just found the music box in St. George last weekend at a thrift for $7. It still works and I thought it was so sweet!
I placed another thrift find on top along with an architectural piece.
A second architectural piece lies on the table next to a pink gazing ball that I placed in a small urn. Love that sunshine streaming in!
I bought this gorgeous table topper with the crochet edge at an estate sale last year for $5.
I stood my paper wreath I made a couple years ago on the other side of the table. It’s on a stand made from an old wooden stair rail.
You gotta love pearls and spoolie girls!
I strung my heart garland I made last year across the front of the table.
Right about now there’s a bit of ‘vintage pink’ love going on over here at Mrs. Olsons!
I will be sharing with these lovely parties: