I have a question for my fellow bloggers out there…What do you do when you find you want to add to or update posts and topics you have already covered? There is the classic, oops, I forgot about that photo and also the selective perception issue, where after you write about something you see it everywhere. Case in point, my brass drum stool…
Love the complimentary brass balls warming this icy cool bedroom from Plum Pretty Sugar.
And then I found this one at Milk and Honey Home while looking for spring flower branches.
In the meantime, Joni at Cote de Texas had recently posted this absolutely perfect room which I had never seen before. I have a pretty encyclopedic memory for any space, but this one is new to me, so I need to write to her and find out where it is from. But I am including it here both because I love it, but also because there is what looks to be a Japanese Seto porcelain garden stool sitting in front of the main sofa. Now that is something you never see!
Speaking of that Barrie Benson bathroom, here is the view across the room with its gorgeous campaign style vanity.
Which reminds me that I have been meaning to mention Jenny of Little Green Notebook‘s newest project. Remember the kitchen island she made out of a dresser that I showed in my repurposing furniture post?
Now she has changed it out for one she made from an old campaign dresser. Yowza, that girl is the best DIY decorator ever! Click here for the details…
And while we are at it, there is always room for more Japanese glass fishing float inspiration, whether it be subtle, as in this Scott Currie beach house (note the rope banister too)…
Identify This…Brass Drum Stool
Kawagoe Shrine Sale Never Disappoints
Made for Export and in My Basement…Seto Porcelain Garden Stool
Feeling Fresh…Indigo Textiles and Tenugui
The Mail is Always Late…more on Japanese Glass Fishing Floats and Sudare
Everyone Loves Japanese Glass Fishing Floats…A Follow Up
Sheer Simplicity…More Japanese Glass Fishing Float Displays