Hello everyone! Lately I have been doing a little “island dreaming” as our kitchen renovation is in progress. We recently removed the 5 foot island with traditional cabinet base and repositioned it in a new spot in the kitchen. While it was nice having such a huge island, it ate up the entire center of the kitchen and made it hard to get in and out of the oven and dishwasher. I knew I wanted a smaller island of some kind, so I started doing some Pinterest searching for inspiration. It wasn’t long before I realized that an old world, European style work table or farmhouse pastry table would be perfect for our kitchen, not only for size and function, but for style as well. Here are some of the gorgeous examples of Euro-inspired farmhouse work tables and pastry tables that I found on Pinterest. Enjoy! *This post contains affiliate links.
Welcome dear friends! Today I am honored to be joining my friend Marty of A Stroll Thru Life and 14 other talented bloggers for the Inviting Summer Bedrooms Tours. *This post contains affiliate links. See my full affiliate disclosure for details.
Hey there junkers and thrifters! Today am sharing my mid-summer junkin’ finds round up! Despite a very strange time in our world with many shops being closed, few yard sales, and various other social distancing practices, I somehow still managed to safely score some finds amid the crisis. Some of these items were purchased when my favorite consignment shop reopened with social distancing measures in place back in late June. Others were from neighborhood yard sales, and a few were trades I made with fellow vintage junk-loving friends.
Guten Tag my friends! I have been promising to show you some of my summer junkin’ finds, and I am happy to finally have a chance in between blogging, gardening, and our kitchen renovation to share a quick post with you. Today I am introducing the two little orphaned 1950’s German dancing dolls that I recently adopted from a local consignment shop for only a few dollars. *This post contains affiliate links. Please see my full affiliate disclosure policy for details.
Summer and baskets just go hand in hand! From picnic baskets, to bicycle baskets, to market baskets or simple baskets full of fresh picked produce, they are just so pretty and useful for the season. If you love baskets as much as I do (and crates too) then you have come to the right place! I have been collecting baskets and crates for years and I love using them in my home for decor and utilitarian purposes. Today I am sharing some ways I have used beautiful baskets in summer decorating and a few thrifted basket makeovers for inspiration.
Welcome back to my Pin Away Wednesday series! In just a few days our family will be at the beach for our annual vacation and I can hardly contain my excitement! I thought today would be a perfect time to share highlights from my Coastal Style and Beach Cottage Decor Pinterest Board. Because I am a beach lover and dreamer of coastal dreams, (one day we plan to retire near the beach) this is one of my favorite boards. If you love beautiful beach decor and vintage coastal treasures too, get ready to pin away!
…For the love of the Sea and all things beachy!
One of my favorite decorating styles is French vintage coastal, or at least that is what I call it. Bascially it’s a combination of coastal treasures and vintage shabby chic, brocante and vintage French found objects. There is something so romantic and magical about this style!
Hello and welcome to the 44th All About Home Link Party! It’s been another tough week in our world, but thankfully we can all come together to share beautiful inspiration, friendship, support, encouragment and the celebration of the good things that are “all about home.” I have definitely been finding joy and comfort at home with my family and in the garden. How about you? I can’t wait to hear from you and to see what everyone shares this week. The last few parties have been amazing! If you missed last week’s party and features you can check it out here.