Almond Blossom Ride

Me and my sweet hubby carved out some time on Sunday for a ride.  With Tom working and staying in SanFrancisco all week and me working Saturday, Sunday is our day.  I saw that my good friend, Kelly Peart of Blossom Farm Vintage Rentals, was having an open house of her showroom, so we had the perfect destination.

Those of you from the Woodland area know that this time of year in the Valley is a feast for the eyes.  The sea of almond orchards with pale pink blossoms is amazing.  So we headed North to Arbuckle, passing acres and acres of almond orchards.Blossom Farm (16 of 17)We finally arrived at our destination, which was totally worth the ride.Blossom Farm (11 of 17)Vignettes are set up throughout the showroom making it easier for people to choose the pieces they may need for their special occasion.  The decorating ideas can be easily transferred to your own home.Blossom Farm (2 of 17) Blossom Farm (3 of 17)A beautiful settee, a cowhide, old suitcases, antlers, and a vintage trophy with a touch of green.  All my favorites.Blossom Farm (10 of 17) Blossom Farm (9 of 17) Blossom Farm (8 of 17) Blossom Farm (7 of 17)The neutral palate translates well in any space.  It is restful and easy on the eyes.Blossom Farm (6 of 17)Blossom Farm (12 of 17)I love love love dried hydrangeas.  They are simple and add a little color and elegance.Blossom Farm (13 of 17)Blossom Farm (14 of 17)So, thank you sweet hubby for a beautiful ride and letting me work just a little bit.  Cherish every moment.  Even a Sunday ride can be so special.Blossom Farm (17 of 17)