This Tudor-style front door is beautiful in itself, and the hanging basket adds even more appeal. The French basket is filled with dried leaves, buds, berries and a taxidermied pheasant. The arrangement also includes natural grasses, mosses and silk buds on vines and hydrangeas.
A taxidermied pheasant is an unusual element in this basket decorating the front door of a Tudor-style home. The French basket is filled out by using natural grasses, mosses and dried berries, buds and leaves. There are a few silk buds on vines and hydrangeas.
Candles and metallic accents complete the design and add a soft romanticism to a tablescape. The mix of florals includes antique green hydrangea, peach Campanella garden rose, peonies, Chocolate Sunflower privet berry, magnolia, pieris, dusty miller, Agonis mixed with dried pods and pheasant feathers. To accent the florals, Forage and Flower used lush green mood moss mounds, a xerographica air plant and candlelight with the mossy green tapers and low gold votives.
This traditional china cabinet serves as the perfect display area for vintage china, glass ware, and silver serving ware. The floral and aviary patterned wall design add visual interest while the mounted pheasants sitting atop provide a unique conversation starter. The wall treatment may look like wallpaper, but it's actually paper-backed fabric. Designer Sarah Richardson used this centuries-old process to achieve a sophisticated look in her dining room. The process of backing fabric with paper is known as lamination or paper backing and costs about $10 per yard. Check with local wallpaper or fabric stores for availability.