Welcome to another creative opportunity to showcase photos, via our weekly Saturday Snapshot event, hosted by Alyce, At Home With Books.
This past week, I’ve been having some fun tweaking things around the old homestead. Rearranging stuff is what I do these days instead of buying new stuff for the house.
In the dining room, I decided to change the chairs a bit, and discovered that I now have a better view of my stuff in the cupboards.
One thing led to another, and I moved some stuff from various places to create a new vignette on the Baker’s Rack.
When I sat down at one of the chairs near the other cupboards, I had a better view of the seldom photographed cupboard just opposite.
Just in case you’re wondering if I came to this compulsive place all on my own, think no more. I blame it on Nate Berkus’s book The Things That Matter, which described and showed his passion for creating spaces. He also talks about constantly moving stuff around in his place, and how everything looks new again, while at the same time, he remembers how and where he came upon each object. For me, that has been true this week as I traipsed down memory lane while changing things around.
Do you find inspiration in the books you read?
Now I’m off to see what the rest of you are spotlighting today.