The simplicity of your foyer is so lovely. I really love that bird picture.
And simple makes it easy to dust, too. haha. :)
I was thinking I need to change out my winter décor. Now I know it's time. Your foyer looks lovely!
Something transitional is what I was looking for.....not quite feeling the full blown Easter stuff yet. :)
The more I see that print the Mister gave you, the more I like it.And the little teases of green are lovely.Freeeeezing cold here!
I'll have to admit that when I first unwrapped that print I wasn't that thrilled. It is huge! And green, red and black didnt go in the blue and white dining room, where he wanted to put it! Lol.....men! But this spot suits it very well, so all worked out just fine.
I had a feeling that was the case.:-)
Oh... in answer to your question... I am a quarter Irish, a quarter French, a quarter British and a quarter Dutch. Phew!
The mister has some Dutch in him! :)
I got a new little table for our hallway last week. We used to have two stools at the foot of the stairs with piles of stuff on. Now we have a table. Much better. I put our bb8 robot on it. So not quite the same as your table!
And yes, my granny was from Sligo.
Haha...it sounds like the perfect spot for your robot! My fathers ancestors were from Scotland. Sorbie. My mothers are from Ireland, but we didn't know this until recently. See...we could be related! :)
Six degrees of separation? Of course my family comes from Scotland too. We have our own tartan.
How fun! We do, too! Light brown and blue. I really should get something like a scarf with that pattern.
Hi Betsy- I don't think so ... though my father's name was Patrick ... no connections that I've heard of ...It looks a delight ... happy early Spring ... cheers Hilary
Winter is not leaving quietly here, that's for sure. Lol.....
Having a foyer table is a good idea, I like it muchly! I have a foyer table, but all that's on is a vintage Scotland Yard phone. (And it still works!)It will be interesting to see your table on St. Big Chief Black Fox's day! (April 31st) Him great.Or even St. Georges Day. (April 23)
I would like to see your phone!Oh my.....now I need to look up the big black fox! Cherokee? I could be related!
What a nice friendly Irish welcome and of course being part Irish you would insist on a kiss . . . lol . . :)
Yes! Like I do every day in my sidebar!
Well, who am I to deny a lady . . . but what about the Scottish and Cherokee element . . . lol
What about them? I've never heard of them asking for a kiss. ha.
The ancestry.com ads tempt me to find out, but I claim a little Irish whether true or not. LOL! Love your entry! Beautiful. blessings ~ tanna
You absolutely should do it....I have and that's how I found out about the Irish!
Only if the leprechaun brings a pot of goldDo I want one to take hold lolHave some in meBu I'm a mutt anyway at my seaSaint me day is fineWhen it does align
We are all mutts,No ifs, ands, or butts. Lol.....
Very nice, Betsy! I love the little bird.
There always has to be a little bird, you know! Lol.....
Your table looks lovely.
Well, thank you, Polly! Nice of you to stop by!
As always I love your vignettes...you have such an eye for the beautiful things.
I'm serving coffee! Stay and chat!And no awards, please! Your comments are my awards!