Tuesday, July 17, 2012

~White Wednesday #161~

I was so happy to come home from vacation to my shasta daisies all starting to bloom.  They are such a happy flower and I know Summer is really here when they start to bloom.

I like to bring them inside since I have so many and place them around my home.  Today I'm sharing some in a brown transferware pitcher sitting on a table in my dining room.  I decided to move my shutters from this area up into my bedroom behind the bed for now so I placed an old screen door here in their place with this wonderful wooden birdcage hanging in the middle.  Enjoy!  xoxo K.

47 comments:

  1. Hi Kathleen! I hope your vacation was filled with lots of wonderful memories and lots of rest!
    I LOVE your office...it is so peaceful and clutter-free...but filled with wonderful treasures...you have such a way with your unique finds:)
    TTYS
    Rene'

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  2. Hi Kathleen . . . Screen Door, Birdcage, Daisies . . . SUMMER IS HERE !! Thanks for hosting our Absolutely Favorite Party ! TAKE CARE, JOE & GLENN

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  3. What a gorgeous spot! your daisies are so pretty in that wonderful pitcher!

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  4. Kathleen,
    Your daisy's are so pretty.I don't have much blooming outside.I have to buy my flowers at the market.Your pitcher looks perfect with your daisy's too!
    xx
    Anne

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  5. Hello,
    Love daisies and they look amazing in your brown transferware pitcher. The screen door with the lovely birdcage make a wonderful backdrop. Always beautiful. I do appreciate you hosting,
    Kathy

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  6. You always have such pretty pictures! Thanks for hosting.

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  7. Your photos are wonderful, Kathleen! The closeup of those cheery daisies is gorgeous. That's one of the most fab birdcages I have ever seen. The whole vignette with that old door is just sensational. And the pitcher! YUMMY! All just so beautiful!

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  8. Love your beautifully displayed daisies, Kathleen. Thanks for hosting.

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  9. Always enjoy all the whites at your beautiful party! Thank you so much!

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  10. I am just lovin' your little table! Chippy love is hitting me hard!

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  11. Thanks for hosting Kathleen.
    Always love it here.

    blessings
    barbara jean

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  12. Hope you had a fabulous vacation - what a great return to those beautiful daisies!
    Kelly

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  13. Such a gorgeous post. Your vignettes are always so beautiful and such a joy to see.

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  14. Your daisies make such pretty cut flowers. Thanks for hosting!
    Mary

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  15. Hi Kathleen:
    This post is so pretty. The brown transfer-ware pitcher is the perfect match for the gorgeous daisies. My mother always said they were the 'happy' flower as she was raised on a farm and the fields would come alive with them. Growing up, I remember the beautiful ones she grew in our gardens. hugs, Deb

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  16. Beautiful daisies! Thank you so much for hosting each week, Kathleen :) Love your photos. Very pretty :) Greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

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  17. Welcome home.
    It always feels so good to walk thru your own door after a vacation.
    Your pics are fresh and seems as if you have some sunshine finally.
    Amy

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  18. I just love these daisies and your unique screen door Kathleen!

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  19. How lovely is your display? You know daisies are a delight. They are so simple and yet beautiful. I can't get enough of them. They look lovely in your gorgeous jug. A really nice display. xo

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  20. I linked up a post with some pink roses and a little burlap today... but it does have some white in it~ hope that works! :) Thanks so much for hosting!

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  21. I blogged about my daisies today as well! Great minds... :)

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  22. Daisies are among my favorites. Love the old screen door.

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  23. Love the vignette you created to display your daisies. Mine are now blooming too, thanks for hosting again this week, Laura

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  24. Thanks for sharing! I always enjoy your weekly posts~Cheers Kim

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  25. Daisies are such lovely cheerful flowers, I thoroughly enjoyed your photographs of them. I have daisies in my blog header pic at the moment as well. Love them.
    Thank you so much for once again hosting this fabulous linky party.

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  26. Hello Kathleen,
    Such a beautiful corner for your "vignette" of treasures!! Love that wonderful screen door...sweet table...and that pitcher of daisies!
    Thank you for hosting another beautiful party!
    xoxo
    Debbie

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  27. Oh, what a lovely corner of your room! I'm keeping my eyes open for an old screen door like yours. I love it!

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  28. Love those daisies! Thanks so much for hosting :)
    Susan
    must love junk

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  29. Welcome back, Kathleen.The daisies are so pretty and I love the pitcher - just perfect.Thanks for hosting.
    Happy WW.
    Hugs,
    Marie

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  30. Morning kathleen,
    Hope you had a wonderful vacation hon. I love daisies too, they are just so fresh and summery. Loved all the architectural interest surrounding them as well, that bird cage is wonderful, and the vase itself is gorgeous.
    Great vignette............
    Blessings for a good rest of the week!!
    Nellie

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  31. I want my house to look similiar to those great pictures, clutter free I just have way to many treasures
    I hope you enjoyed your vacation . I am waiting till November then going to NW coast

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  32. Beautiful photos Kathleen!
    I LOVE your old door and happy summer daisies!
    Cheers,
    Lynn

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  33. I too pulled out a VASE this morning ~ but all we're getting here are Queen Anne's Lace!!! - Too HOT... FaB Architectural Prop piece!*!*!
    Jeanine Burkhardt

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  34. daisies ARE such a "happy flower"...(reminds me of Sally in one of my fave movies: "WHarry Met Sally." :) Love the vignette with the door and birdcage! Happy WW Kathleen! ;)

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  35. Thank you for hosting each week, it is so nice to be able to share projects & get ideas:)! Have a great day, now following, Jen

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  36. I adore daisys...
    these are beautiful!!!
    hugs!
    Loui♥

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  37. I love it so beautiful and rustic. It's amazing!!
    Rebecca

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  38. I just discovered your blog today (via Bliss Ranch) and I am awestruck by the beauty of your space! I'm still really new to blogging, but I plan to add more photos of our spaces soon. I hope you'll stop by! Thank you for allowing me to link to your party, today! I have included a link to your blog on my post as well! :) ~Amber

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  39. Your home is just so lovely, Kathleen. The flowers are so cheery and fun, and a delightful contrast to the age and beauty of your home decor.

    Have a joyful Friday!
    Thank you for letting us share here each week!
    Blessings,
    Becky

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  40. Isn't that always a treat when you arrive home from several days away and what a blessing something lovely is blooming. Your daisy's are the best, they will bloom their little hearts out for you. They are always so Happy!
    Thanks for hosting the Linky Party. Kathy

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  41. Adorable! Oh I so love daisies!
    Monica x

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  42. SO HAPPY yours survived, they are so wonderfully displayed in your room and in your lovely pitcher and one that column base........DELIGHTFUL.
    We lost our daisies and anumber of other plants when we had our nasty drought here for about 18 LONG months..and they restricted our watering.

    Rose

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  43. Just gorgeous!! Love your pics and I too enjoy Shasta Daisies. Mine are blooming as well and I love bringing them inside.
    Hope to be back to share and link up in the future.
    Hugs, Celestina Marie

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  44. Hi Kathleen, where are you located ? Yes, we had been having a very serious drought here in the Houston area. Some places in Texas are still experiencing this problem unfortunately.

    We have been getting more rain in the past 3 months than we had in 18 months before this, so happy about that.
    However, our A/C runs about 9 or 10 months of the year around here, during the day especially .

    Rose

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