. . . decorations from the spring Bachman House in Minneapolis were again ideas we can all accomplish with a little imagination and the right items. I know we all have oodles of mismatched drawers, a sink in the living room, lunch buckets just laying around and enough antique grates to fill a wall. Oh, I wish!
I absolutely love this idea! I suppose any box could work the same but the different colored drawers with handles make it look even more special! Notice the eggs displayed in the white bud vases. Ca-ute!
The 3-D effect makes a statement!
If you have an unused bathroom sink, plant your garden here. All I could think about was water drainage and the mess it could create!
Loved this idea! Super duper nails would be required to keep those heavy grates steady.
Old lunch buckets (can you buy those anymore?) used for storage in the crafter's room.
An old window used as a bulletin board. Do you see the baseball flowers that were shown in the last Flea Market magazine?
Now this I could do since I'm an old pro at wiring buttons onto lamps.
Yup, gonna do this idea too! Old bobbins for jewelry organization!
For a small bathroom without wallspace, this is a great idea! An old towel rack hung up high.
Of course, since Bachman's is first and foremost a flower shop, there were beautiful flowers everywhere. It is amazing how a vase of fresh flowers makes such a statement in a room. A luxury for sure!
This tree, hung with strips of green fabric, was in the lobby of the store. It was huge and it was fabulous!
Another successful idea house! Wouldn't it be fun to be around the table as these talented designers threw out ideas?
Now, go scour your basements for lunch buckets!