Tuesday, February 19, 2013

The White Rabbit

This sweet little room is the spare bedroom
in my home-away-from home
in Nashville. 

Christy and Troy bought the bed from
 The White Rabbit, 
a shop in my home town 
that has since closed.

My ideas for a White Lace and Promises shop
came from The White Rabbit.

The White Rabbit was a little hidden treasure, 
a white cottage full of whites.
It's there that I fell in love and learned all about milk glass.

Each room was fully furnished and accessorized with 
all things vintage.
The sun room, kitchen, living room and one bedroom were
decorated in shabby chic style
with soft pinks, blues, lavenders, mint and yellows 
thrown in here and there.

Every piece of furniture had been painted and distressed
and could have come right out of a Rachel Ashwell 
This little hideaway knew the secret long before 
the rest of the world.

The kids paid $65 for the bed.
The owner wanted to keep the feather mattress.

The chair was another treasure
from The White Rabbit
Sold with the natural chippy white patina.

I think the white just pops against the 
colonial blue walls.

My name is 
White Lace and Promises.

This room holds PROMISE!

"For the vision is yet for an appointed time,
But at the end it will speak 
and it will not lie.
Though it tarries, wait for it;
Because it will surely come, 
It will not tarry."
Habakkuk 2:3


Bonnie :)

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