Playroom Vintage Touches

Ya'll know I'm a sucker for a good vintage find.  The playroom was no exception.  (you can view the whole playroom reveal HERE)  With those tall built-ins, there was plenty of space to add in some old with the new.  The playroom is woven with wonderful Read More
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Treasure Hunting Tuesday: Thrifted Dishes

Happy Tuesday!  First, thank you thank you for your sweet words about our big move.  It's going to be a whacky winter, that's for sure!  Can't wait to tell you all about our next home as soon as a few more things are finalized.  It's so exciting! On Read More
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vintage mid-century dinette table

I'm getting close to showing the entire kitchen (tomorrow is the big day!) and today I wanted to share my current dining table. I found this vintage mid-century dinette table around the holidays at a local thrift store.  I was walking through the Read More
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UP-CYCLED THRIFT STORE BENCH

Sometimes a cheap and easy project is exactly what I need.  Even though I have a gazillion enormous projects that need my attention, last night I was like "hey un-finished family room built-ins, I need a break from you and your total life domination. Read More
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A COLORFUL THRIFTED BATHROOM MIRROR

Who loves a thrift store mirror? This girl. When I'm searching for a basic mirror, the thrift store is always the first place I look. I can almost always find a great option on the cheap. They may need a little love, but mirrors can be pricey, yo, so Read More
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THRIFTED ROCKING HORSE RESCUE

Every child needs a rocking horse, in my opinion.  I mean, come on.  How can one gallop away from arrows being shot in their direction, or trot toward prince charming, or even ride off into the sunset without one?  My Ruby needed a trusty steed for Read More
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JEWELRY NOOK (and painting mirror frames)

We have a little nook in our master bedroom right when you walk in the door.  I wasn't sure what to do with it for awhile, but didn't have room for jewelry or a mirror in my closet, so I wanted to create a little space to keep all of my accessories organized. Read More
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THRIFTED CONSOLE TABLE TRANSFORMATION (video + how to paint finished furniture)

When someone walks through your front door, you have an opportunity-- a chance to welcome them with a beautiful entryway and set the tone for the rest of your home.  Up until recently, my entryway said "oh hi, I'm empty and boring and have nothing to Read More
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