Trays. Lots and lots of trays.
While in San Antonio this past weekend, Angie and I went estate sale-ing (is that a word?) and we came across several sales with lots of trays. I only came home with one silver mirrored antique tray and Angie scooped up a gorgeous gold tray and a few silver trays.
I have a pretty large kitchen island and I’ve been on the lookout for a unique, antique tray to add little sweet glam to the gray walls. I’m so excited to clean up the tray this week and add her to my kitchen.
Here are more ideas for antique trays. Seriously, I cannot get enough of them!
For the last year, I’ve been admiring dark colors in small spaces. It’s gorgeous and seems like a decorating rule I just have to break. I have a small space in mind and one dark color in particular has become an obsession lately…midnight blue.
Using a dark color in a small space seems risky but I read that blue creates the perception of depth…
and the color of blue is also supposed to create a calming affect. I don’t know about you but I could sure use as much calm in my life as possible.
Would this be a design rule you would break?
If you love dark blue and want to see more, check out my midnight blue Pinterest folder here.