Monday, November 30, 2009

Silver Balls

I love this minimalist look of using a simple branch from outside! By just bringing the limb indoors and placed into a glass vase, secured in a sea of silver balls, you have a stunning look.


















Hang silver and white balls from the branch and this  once mondane branch now sparkles with elegance and simplicity. So simple. So beautiful. So easy!

15 comments:

jennyhope said...

LOVE IT!

Kirby3131 said...

Oh, I so love that look as well. I'd do it, except it looks like a cat toy! She'd have a field day that's for sure lol

I love the silver and white. It's gorgeous.

Catherine peacelovesweater@blogspot.com said...

This is sooooo beautiful! I might have to try this one. Thanks for the inspiration!

PlantSomeRoots@Lakewood said...

I love that look and will be bringing in branches this year to hang upside down on our doors. Should already be done, but... :)
Living it up at Lakewood,
Cindy

Lisa@Pickles and Cheese said...

I love the look of this and I think I might be able to pull this one off! Thanks for the easy project!

Carrie said...

Love the look-- especially in the all white room.

Carrie said...

Love the look-- especially in the all white room.

Mari said...

I love that!

LauraBeth said...

Cuu-uuute!

Gwen said...

I did just this very thing on either side of my TV and on the dining table. I love it, but can't figure out how to get enough light to take a dern picture!

Debra from Bungalow said...

I'm not a minimalist but I do love the branch used for decorating. The combination of the natural branch and the silver balls is gorgeous.

Gypsy Fish said...

Love the dreamy simplicity of your christmas decor.
{{gypsy hugs}}
Beth

jennifer said...

That is a beautiful look! It would be so simple to do!

sarah { abeachcottage } said...

gorgeous, I have one laying on the grass waiting for spray paint ;-)

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Laura @ the shorehouse. said...

This could possibly make its way to the shorehouse! I habe a gigantic collection of Christmas balls that I collected since we bought the house (almost two years ago to the date) and they need to have their coming out party this year! Hopefully I'll have some time this weekend.

And a happy belated Thanksgiving! I read your feast menu and am exhausted just thinking about it. :-) Thank YOU for your blog...I just love coming over for a visit!