Although it's late February here in northwest New Jersey, the tulips, daffodils and other bulbs that are along the outside walls of our stone farmhouse have been peeking out from their winter naps.
After the holidays I always love buying fresh tulips - they are so simple and elegant.
I usually begin with white tulips just to tone down a bit from all of the Christmas decorations and lights, but as you can see, I am all about tulips with color right now!
These gorgeous tulips are placed in an old wooden milk bucket that we purchased up in Cape Cod many years ago. A smaller, plastic container sits right inside the bucket to hold the flowers and water. To me at least, tulips always look good in this very primitive container.
This photo was taken with Instagram - you know, I see all of these applications being used by friends and I always give them a try myself, but really don't have a great handle on any one of them.
Just started a Pinterest account and found a fabulous design plan for my pantry/work room/buttery - a new room that is off of the kitchen and in the planning for the last several years.
Be sure to check out my next post for the photo!
It's been awhile but I'm happy to be linking over to Seasonal Sundays #89 at the Tablescaper!