(vintage iron garden art from Shinola)
They look cheerful and accepting, never snooty or bored.
And when other more sophisticated flowers have begun to shed their regal beauty, the commonplace daisy is still smugly fresh and youthful.
Those same adjectives can be applied to flea market finds . . . comfortable, cheerful accepting, fresh.
(small silver pitcher from Pickens Flea Market)
When a little silver pitcher is already colored with the patina of irreversible tarnish or a milk crate is rough, worn and its handle split, it lets me know I don't have to sit taller or keep my legs crossed at the ankles when it comes in to my home.
(vintage milk crate with original pint milk bottles from Barnyard Flea Market)
So, what better than to combine a big bunch of laid back daisies with several new comfortable flea market finds?
(passed down from My Mom)
And I think these little chippy, place-card-holding children from Germany, grasping their own imperfect but cheerful and unassuming flowers would agree.