This morning I cut these white Anabelle hydrangeas and elephant hosta from my garden and arranged them in an old glass vase. Fresh fruit from the grocery store sits on the black cabinet. I especially appreciate this fleeting beauty which only lasts until my boys eat the fruit.
|(Yes, that is me on the left taking this photo.)|
|The green hosta foliage highlights the vibrant white hydrangeas.|
Don't be afraid to 'change things up'. I often move my fruit platter from the bay window, to the dining room table and back to black cabinet in the course of a week.
Simple kitchen dish towels can be inexpensive and practical works of art. These lemon towels hang in my powder room above lemon scented soap brought back from Italy by a dear friend.
|Close up of kitchen dish towels used in my powder room.|
|Topiary reflected in the powder room mirror.|
The colors of this thin geode slice have always fascinated me. Along with polished rocks found in my garden, this stone has followed me from job to job. Here they rest on a black filing cabinet.
|Geode and garden stones.|
|Close-up of copper mine.|
|Amalfi photo detail.|
|One of my favorite office accessories.|
May you carry beauty into all the small spaces of your life!