With this small tour of this balcony you’ll be able see just how everything comes together and how everything gets used over and over again, in one form or another.
This is how it looks from the top balcony. It is actually much larger than the third floor balcony. And it also wraps around three sides of the building but we are only using this small portion. You see the other sides look directly onto busy streets and we do value our peace and quiet and privacy.
We even added an umbrella for extra shade during the day. But truth be told, we have never sat out there during the day. We only use it after 5 pm when the sun has gone over to the other side of the building.
In front you can see one of my treasures, a table that was made from the base of a baby high chair topped with a dresser drawer that has now been repurposed into a table top. Another treasure, my beloved vintage milk carton stool is front and center and has been recovered with new fabric.
You can also see the area next to the seating which holds my masterpiece abstract art and the beaded lantern both made using vintage copper pots.
Go over to her blog and admire her jar which is much nicer than mine. Sheila is the Queen of vignettes and she really knows how to decorate too.
Make sure you drop by Sheila’s blog, My Kentucky Living. She is such an inspiration to me and such a sweet lady. And you can thank me below!
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