Antique pharmacy jars hold items the children have collected. They add to them and subtract from them whenever they choose.
The over-sized china hutch was disassembled, re-painted and re-purposed for use as a console. It now serves as a bar area for the family when entertaining, and an ever-changing art gallery for the couple’s two young children.
Placed in a kitchen nook, an antique desk and chair, along with groupings of vintage jars, make up the daughter’s art table where she draws, paints, and creates on a daily basis.
As a break from the usual old front porch bench or standard rattan, vintage Italian aluminum bistro chairs were paired with a weathered antique table.
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