Wednesday, December 1, 2010

White Wednesday....

Took me a bit but after an extensive search through my photo archives and a little photo editing by way of my new favorite toy... **Picnik**.... I came up with this little cutie to share in Faded Charm's White Wednesday ritual.

This little stool has hosted a number of items perched upon its sturdy top. She's a fav of mine and the more I move it around from room to room, the more paint chips fall off and the more I love her! This photo is from a time when it briefly nested in my dining room. Right now it's on my hearth as part of my Christmas decor (pictures to be shared soon).

10 comments:

KATHY said...

That looks adorable! I love it.

Kathy

Cabin and Cottage said...

She certainly caught my eye! I love this simple and gorgeous look--Happy WW! Jacqueline

Sandi said...

Such a neat stool with pretty goodies on it...that *S* towel could work for me! lol
I have a *B* one in the bathroom for our last name. Love it too!

Rebecca said...

Little stools like yours are so cute and really make anything you put on them look great!

erin said...

hi diane, i can't wait to see the whole hearth, although the little stool is cute by itself. thanks for stopping by my bloggy...i am following you now too :0)
erin

A Cottage Muse said...

Goodness...I have a cute little white stool in my booth...I should bring it home!!

Love the "S" towel...looks like me and Sandi are going to the mat for it!!!

SALTBOX TREASURES said...

Hi. Thanks for visiting and following. You have a lovely blog.
~ Julie

time worn interiors said...

I have a trusty stool like that! It's been with me for about 15 years, it's been rough housed by three kids and stood on by me thousands of times! What we do without them?
Theresa
aka:TOT

awal.ny said...

I love stools and small benches and yours is wonderful white and aged. I have a bench in each of the bathrooms for my children so they can reach the sink. Whenever my husband is making pies my little guy pulls the stool out of the bathroom so he can stand on it and watch. It really is the little things that are important, the details.

Roberta said...

She's a cutie! Can't wait to see her on your hearth Diane. Hey, I'm in MA too! So nice of you to stop by. Roberta