Joanna Gaines added a new globe chandelier in the kitchen. She opted to retain the original leaded-glass windows as she feels that period-authentic features like those help to "tell the story" of the house.
Versatile and beautiful, the dwarf globe blue spruce is an eye-catcher in the landscape. The miniature tree features classic blue spruce needles on an upright stem. It’s a slow grower and eventually reaches 6 feet tall and 5 feet wide, but that size can take decades to achieve. Use this unusual tree in perennial beds, and underplant it with daylilies or catmint. Hardy in Zones 3-7. Botanical name: Picea Globe Blue Standard
Turnips graced the Pilgrims’ tables often. Easy to grow and storage friendly, turnips provided a perfect crop for the early settlers. Turnips also were used to help feed livestock in winter. The ‘Purple Top White Globe’ turnip dates to pre-1880.
Often the ceiling gets overlooked, but it can be a wonderful way to add color or depth to a room. Here, blue paint extends the whimsical world of the mural. The delicate pendant is the perfect final note.