Many years ago, my Aunt Nancy kindly gave our family a porcelain bunny village which we set out nearly every year. My favorite piece is the church, of course!
We often receive hand-me-down clothes from friends and neighbors, and we always try to pass along what we can't use. But I got tired of seeing plastic bags of clothes to be given away just plopped down in the hallway. I bought a brown fabric hamper (with a sturdy wire frame) at Walmart, covered it with a right-sized board, added a vintage lace cloth, and topped it with a silk rose bouquet. Decorative and useful at the same time!
On the low table in the hallway, I put a bowl of lemons on a vintage lace doily. They're actually plastic, but you can't tell that by looking at them. I bought the whole bag of them for $1.49 at Salvation Army. I'm still missing a few of them since my grandsons got a hold of them!
I just moved this plaque from the bathroom today. I have been tweaking our bathrooms lately, as you can see here:
That's all for my front hallway today, but you can see previous posts featuring it here:
Grace and peace,