Hello friends! I hope you are having a great week! Today I am excited to be sharing one of my favorite home decor shops, Bits Of Vintage! After the holidays I have decided that there seriously needs to be a “Winter Home Decor Refresh” around here! Although I am primarily a vintage decorator, I always try to incorporate a few stylish new decor accent pieces to keep my style from looking “dated.” Even though I junk hard to use mostly vintage and antique finds, in the winter it can be more difficult to get out and go junkin’, and there can be some “slim pickin’s” this time of year. That is why I am so thrilled to have discovered Bits Of Vintage, and I am proud to be partnering with them too! *This post contains affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy for details.
When I decided to start doing some online browsing for new decor pieces that looked vintage, I discovered Bits Of Vintage. If you are unfamiliar with this amazing shop and you love vintage farmhouse, shabby chic or cottage style, you certainly will want to head right over at the end of this post since there are so many beautiful and unique “finds” there.
Bits Of Vintage describes their style as follows:
“Bits of Vintage is a lifestyle that carries pieces of the past into the present and makes them new again. We focus on those treasures passed down from one hand to another and appreciate those details that speak of days gone by. It’s the patina, chippy-ness, and details that encourage you to lean in closer that stimulate our senses. We play off one-of-a-kind pieces that fit into your lifestyle and exemplify the beautiful life you already live!”
While many products offered are vintage reproduction, some are authentic objects, like these early 1900’s Found Tin Ceiling Tiles. Due to some health issues I can no longer get into dirty old barns and buildings to scrounge around for finds like these, but since discovering Bits Of Vintage it’s like having a personal picker without all the less glamorous parts of junkin’ (like Tetnus, and spiders!)
Even something shared in this post might be sold out soon, (although restock of repros is fairly quick and you can add items to your wish list and be notified when restocked). If you see something you like, don’t hesitate! Shopping with Bits Of Vintage has much of the same “thrill of the hunt” as a real junkin’ adventure. The products are very popular because they are so trendy and look so much like real vintage finds. They simply don’t last long!
After browsing the Bits Of Vintage website I have found so many things I love. For this post I have chosen a round up of 10 beautiful decorative accents that I think would be great for a winter home style “refresh.” Take a look!
Everyone is corbel crazy these days, and incorporating corbels is one of the hottest decor trends… but I have always been corbel crazy! I am looking for a little shelf for my bathroom, and I do believe I have found the one. This 24 inch Wooden Corbel Shelf would be perfect.
Tobacco baskets are here to stay! Of course they have been used for over 100 years, but they have had a surge in popularity the last few years. There are so many uses for them. From corralling fun vintage finds, to being repurposed as a table tray or even hanging as wall decor art, these lovely baskets add a bit of rustic farmhouse charm to any home. This Antique Tobacco Basket Set Of Three is a great deal!
No kitchen is complete without a few rolling pins! My Rae Dunn Pottery mug and antique ironstone collection grew over the holidays, so this Wall Mounted Rolling Pin With Hooks would be very useful and fitting for my cozy cottage style kitchen. It would also be a cute way to display some some pretty dish towels.
Many people love the look of architectural salvage or distressed pieces but may not have the time or ability to go junkin’ to find them. This beautiful Wooden Arched Wall Panel is a lovely way to make a vintage statement and looks very similar to an old piece of salvaged furniture that has been given a makeover (without the toxic lead paint, moldy wood, and messy painting!)
If you love vintage style and antiques, this simple Wood Framed Antiques Sign is great for adding a bit of your personality and historic charm to your home too.
One of my best home decor “style tips” is to use mirrors to reflect light and make a space seem larger. This Gold Sunburst Mirror Set of Three has the look of vintage with a touch of modern glam that is just the type of winter home decor refresh I am hoping to achieve. And who doesn’t want a bit of sunshine in the winter?
Accessorizing and styling vignettes is my favorite part of decorating and home decor, so I am always looking for decor pieces that I can display in different ways that reflect my personal style. This White Distressed Glass Canister Set of 3 would make an adorable group of winter “snow globe” cloches. Just fill with some faux snow or Epsom salts and stick a bottle brush tree or little snow man inside each canister to add a some winter fun until spring arrives.
Of course there are many ways to use these jars for organizing too. I am working on my craft room right now and I think these would be great for art supplies.
As spring arrives these canisters can easily transform into little terrariums with moss and succulents or even hold jelly beans and Easter goodies.
If there must be a winter, then let it be cozy and stylish one! This pretty Multi-Colored Plaid Scarf has a beautiful color pattern for winter that is not too “holiday.” Scarves are great for keeping warm, but they also add quintessential winter style to the home when draped over a chair or when hanging from a stylish coat rack in the foyer or mudroom.
My gardening heart loves adding a bit of garden style to my home, especially in the winter. I am loving this Herb Garden Box.I think it would be beautiful as a centerpiece on a kitchen table near a sunny window, filled with some lovely kitchen herbs or even faux herbs. Just a reminder during the long winter that spring is sure to follow!
My favorite way to keep cozy at home is a sipping a nice, hot cuppa tea! I had just started adding touches of black to my white cottage kitchen this past fall. I do have a coffee and tea theme going on, but coffee decor is far easier to find. These containers are darling! Or should I say, “Darjeeling?” Stoneware Tea Containers Set Of Three.While you are waiting for winter to pass, savor every quiet moment. Drink Tea, Read Books, Be Happy!
You can also give your home a little winter refresh with some great decor from Bits of Vintage!If you have seen something you like in this post then be sure to
head over RUSH OVER to Bits Of Vintage now to snatch up your find before it sells out. While the restock is sometimes as fast as the next day, if you are wanting something soon it is best to go ahead and order. I have learned the hard way!
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If you love vintage farmhouse and cottage style, I know you will enjoy exploring the Bits Of Vintage website! I hope you find a treasure!
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What a lovely blog. I really like the ceiling tiles. Way to upcycle!
Happy link party from #151 in Alabama.January 11, 2018 at 10:29 pm
Hi Stephanie, so glad you stopped by today. Have a great weekend!January 12, 2018 at 5:47 pm
Great post, Amber! Such a breath of fresh air to see something different than the same ol’, same ol’ stuff.January 13, 2018 at 4:43 pm