and what you might place in them
One thing about older homes....they all seem to have the character of
this niche is original to 822 and call me fussy...
but I do like them and I like many of them and I like to fill them with trinkets and treasures and art and other collections
angels and candles
angels that ARE candles
art and seasonal items
this niche in our breakfast nook sits a top our time capsule
to be opened in 2060
a niche window when you step into the shower
a niche in Mr. PV's shower
this was the old doorbell at 822...sadly we had to remove it
happily it became a niche
this was an old clock that got dropped and broken during our move
not to worry...the perfect place for an antique santos and ex votos
this little tin niche holds a butterfly and robin's egg that Betty found on her way home from school
what sweet little treasures!
you will find so many examples in New Mexico and Mexico
and Hobby Lobby
I love Hobby Lobby!
here we go again....
a set of 3 lighted niches down the stairs in the wine cave
the lights above will shine down on
I'm not sure yet, but cool it will be!
I am so glad that I already have lots of niches
so after seeing the summer Pottery Barn catalog....
all I have to do is paint inside some of my niches
and purchase pillows!
love that bold orange!!!
I am so inspired by this little niche at a chapel we visited in Peru
and speaking of Peru....do you just love this little carved niche we picked up in Cusco?
the perfect size for this tiny old cloisonné vessel
closer to home in New Mexico at the Hotel St. Francis
whether old and worldly
or fresh a contemporary
check out pinterest
to find your niche!