About two years back I took you on a tour of my buddy Lucas Miré’s attic here in Atlanta. Ever since then the pictures of the pub tray have been crazy popular on . He always likes to keep up it and full of spirits, and keeps fresh flowers in addition to it. Howeveran honest guest looked at it recently with new eyes and pointed out that the pub could use a good cleaning, some reorganizing and a general spruce-up. It was an easy job they finished in less than an hourand Miré was so excited about his cleanup, it had been the first thing he told me about another time I saw him.
This is one of the original bar shots. It’s been featured in many articles here on , and ers have inserted it to more than 1,500 private ideabooks so far. This shot was taken about two decades back, as it was prepared for the close-up. Ever since then, the pub was becoming cluttered and dusty and was in disarray, but since Miré saw it every day, he didn’t notice.
Butler tray and stand: West Elm
“It all began when my friend brought me these awesome glass chunks with feathers in them,” states Miré. “I believe they are really cool, however I didn’t want to hang them all in some group and say’Here is my feathers-in-glass-balls collection.'”
“We began to experiment and determined they’d look great in the tops of my carafes,” he states. “I am such great friends with whoever gave me that he felt comfortable telling me that my pub could use a sprucing. We washed and removed each of the liquor bottles and glassware, and washed away from the pub thoroughly.”
The next addition to the glassware was that this terrarium on a stem. It retains some sprigs of green present for those days when the table is between flower structures.
“We decided to maintain all of the glass on one side along with the bottles onto the other to help keep it looking as easy as possible,” Miré states. Now the light shines through the glass.
Artfully arranged tulips were inserted as the last touch. Miré enjoys shifting up the flowers to give the pub different appearances.
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