Last Thursday was like Christmas for me!
We installed a beautiful new lining inside a client's glass cabinet and last Thursday was my day for styling! I love unwrapping shiny new goods and placing them in just the right spot. Adding fresh flowers into the mix, especially pink ones, only gets me more excited! I'm talking the kind of excitement that is similar to that of receiving a fabulous gift with the name "Spade" on it.
You know what I'm talking about.
Here's a look inside!
White ceramic serving pieces that are both functional and beautiful are mixed with all the beautiful glassware and accessories a happy hostess could ever want.
There's even a hot chocolate bar!
Ready for the kids to come inside from playing in the snow!
I only wish I had made a huge chocolate cake for this shoot. Not just for the pics but for my own little celebration afterwards!
Couldn't resist the graphics on this "Love" towel from Pottery Barn. I had to get one for myself too!
A little hint:
Mix in some linens. They need a place to stay anyway.
I don't know about you, but my own glass cabinets are getting a new backdrop asap!
If you feel up to the task of making your own cabinet lining, here are a few tips:
1. Dry fit the unpainted panels in the cabinet BEFORE you stencil them. If you make adjustments after you stencil, your pattern will be off.
2. After making any cuts to adjust the fit, then it's time to stencil.
3. Lay the panels out on the floor, side by side, and stencil as if they are all one piece.
4. Have wine handy for the installation.
If you tackle your own, please share with me!