This most recent occurrence actually started when I finally decided to hang some of my own collages and photographs in my home several weeks ago. One of the larger photos became the focal point in the bathroom; time to get rid of the dusty dried hydrangea in the vase along with the faded to lighter than when I first put it on the floor when I first moved in green area rug! Two of my goddess collages were to replace Chinese ink paintings of nude silhouettes bought maybe 14 years ago from a street artist in SOHO that had been over my bed for the entire time I've lived here. However, there was one problem. I have three of them and the arrangement that mixed that old one with the two new wasn’t workin’ for me. I turned to the stash of art in hiding places waiting to get back on the wall and it did not disappoint.
A quick change of linen, some fresh flowers…my quick changes spruced up my place providing it and me with a personal spring renewal but as a sentimental touch, I did indeed keep just a little bit of that dried hydrangea sans the dust!
Change it up around your spot and before and as you do…
keep your peepers open!®