So for the last couple of hours I have been thinking about what I’m going to blog about today. Normally I have a list where I jot down my blog ideas and I have a game plan for the week, but today I hit Friday with a huge blank! It’s nearing noon here in NY and I’m still in my PJ’s pondering what to write about.
I settled on Easter a couple of hours ago since it is coming up this Sunday. At first I was going to do perfect Easter outfits, then table settings, then just amazing photographers of pretty garden parties, but nothing was really coming together.
In my searching I stumbled onto an old post from Martha Stewart's blog where she gives readers an inside view of her prop room. Oh wow! Totally heaven especially for this lady that is finally nearing the end of her home decorating projects and is now focusing on the little details needed for photo styling.
So without further adieu here are the pictures that had me salivating:
Everything is categorized and bar-coded so even if we did manage to get our grubby hands in their we wouldn’t be able to walk out with a little memento.
I’m sure Eddie Ross loved every second of getting to spend time in this room. All the props are used for the magazine photo shoots and television segments.
Hmm tea time for about 100 or so?
White is always a fabulous choice in dining ware. Makes it so easy to use it year around.
You can always add interest to a table with pops of color in the salad plate, dessert plate, tea cup. It’s fun to mix and match and that yellow screams spring to me!
I love to bake so these cake pedestals are calling my name. The even look pretty with nothing on them.
Bowls, bowls and more bowls. My favorite one has to be those two green ones towards the front. What a lovely shade of green it looks like jadite milk glass.
When can I move in Martha? Totally amazing and I’m sure the prop room gets new additions all the time!
Next week I’m going to be venturing out to some Antique malls in CT and NJ and will hopefully be coming home with lots of goodies to share with all!