A Vintage Spring Buffet
Hey my sweet friends! How is your weekend? Lovely, I hope…it is a typical March here in Northern Louisiana- rainy and cool. Are you in the mood for a few spring photos? I dressed our dining room buffet table in fresh vintage spring attire 🙂 Now, if you are new here, you may not know the story of this buffet table…we bought it from a vendor in Canton, TX at the First Monday Trade Days. It is made out of an old door, with the little vintage doorknob still in place. It once was a dark wooden top, however I gave it a coat of white and distressed it. Remember my hint of this barn door? Well, for now, it resides here behind the buffet to add to the vintage vibe…one day I’ll show you the actual front of the door, it is just as wonderful. We have big plans for that barn door, but because it weighs 942 lbs, it may remain right there 🙂 On account of, Mr. B of B does not enjoy toting it around the house on various occasions. The red buds are blooming gloriously around our little country town. And can you believe, out of 16 acres on our farm, we have ONE red bud tree? ONE. This is one tree I need to plant more of. And hydrangeas. And roses. And lavender. And I’m sure that is not all. I also wanted to say thanks to Tracey at French Larkspur for inviting me to guest post last week. You can see an outdoor spring photo shoot HERE. Today I’m joining Donna at: SNS Vintage And check out my new sponsor: the one and only Laurie Anna’s Vintage Home. Come back soon for a fun giveaway from Christine Marie Studio!