In the meantime, my mother had her basement door painted to look like an old weathered door. It turned out great but something was missing; the modern door knob just doesn't look right. That began her quest, as well, to find a glass door knob.
A woman I work with is always shopping at the ReStore and loves it. In fact she's the person who found filing cabinets for me. Well, the other day she told me of her latest find and yup, you guessed it. She found a door with glass knobs. I couldn't believe it! My sister-in-law was standing by us as we were talking and she asked to see a picture of a glass door knob because she thought she had them all over her house. Are you kidding me??!!? I showed her a picture and she said she was pretty positive that some of her doors had the very same knobs. She said she would bring one in for me.
I was beyond excited today to see if it was, in fact, what I've been looking for. IT WAS!!!!! It was even more beautiful in person. I thanked her over and over and then emailed my mom to show her what I gotten. She got just as excited as me but, unfortunately, it was just the knob and not the whole kit which is what she would need.
I rushed out to buy some flowers just so I could make my vision come to life. Mike had made me a mini backdrop with some old wood, and everything about it was perfect for my shoot.
I had some extra flowers so I put them in a milk glass vase.
Plus, how can you go wrong with some bright yellow flowers with spring on its way?!