The Tea Wall

The Tea Wall

Kimberly came to me with an image of a coffee bar from The Vintage Wren. She wanted something similar but for tea. Kimberly's one desire was that she used mostly items she already had, which included an antique dresser she inherited from her mother.     

Coffee Bar from The Vintage Wren

Coffee Bar from The Vintage Wren

Kimberly's Antique Dresser

Kimberly's Antique Dresser

We needed to purchase shelves, a chalkboard, a two tier basket and a platter. This simple tea wall sits off to the side of her kitchen and breakfast table, thus adding a point of interest to this area.

The Wall Before

The Wall Before

"The Tea Wall Mock-up


Below are the items we bought for this project. 1. Aspen Shelf from Ballard Designs 2. Hammered Verdigris Serving Tray from World Market 3. Two Tier Wire Basket from World Market 4. Chalkboard with Self Jar and Key Hooks from Legacy Studio at Esty.com

Innovative use of a S-Clip

Point Of Interest: Planning a Room's Decor