A brocante piece with another function in mind-another life before being admired as an object to decorate with, a piece not hopeless nor useless.
A cage I deeply connected to while dancing around the idea of bringing it home in hopes it would inspire a place in my home with gracious impact to its rustic charm. A piece that masteriously anchors the room beautifully.
I was inspired by the cage, and knew it was my new accessory that would change the mood of my room speaking a language of its own while reflecting a shadowy softness washed over in a patina of grey galvanized with layers of old, and the pale of rust working well with the background of a French country home.
French country style gives us permission to create such spaces with such personal French flea market style.
In a French home very few brocante pieces lack decorative value, its a matter of looking at pieces in a more imaginative way. I am imagining this cage in many decorative uses. This cage stood-out, knowing it to be a rare find, and beautifully alive in my French country home.
Inspiring a relationship with the pieces we bring home.