Welcome back to my Vintage Style series everyone! This week I am making some changes to my dining room for summer and I have been looking at a lot of dining rooms online and in magazines to gather some inspiration. As I was browsing around on Pinterest I came across so many delightful dining rooms with the most amazing vintage dining room furniture and antique dining tables. Today I will be discussing the “Timeless Beauty of Antique Dining Tables” and sharing some gorgeous dining table inspiration with you.
Hello friends! I am thrilled to share some fabulous Friday finds that I lucked into on my first time “back on the junkin’ trail” since the shelter in place began in March! It’s not the actual finds that have me so excited (although I love my new treasures) but that fact that life is returning to some sort of normalcy, and that is what actually allowed me to luck into these treasures. *This post contains affiliate links.
Quintessentially English, the humble country kitchen is a look many aspire to. Whether you dream of the classic English country farmhouse with stone flags, wooden beams, and Hunter wellies warming by the stove, an Edwardian terrace with ornate tiled flooring and high ceilings with intricate cornicing, or perhaps a modest new build with the pre-requisite French doors opening to an English garden, the country kitchen is a look that can be achieved in any property, old or new.*This post contains affiliate links and/or collaborative content.
Hello friends! Today I just want to share a little bit about a beautiful and funny period drama I discovered on Amazon, “Badehotellet” (Seaside Hotel). I have not been feeling well for a couple of weeks due to an autoimmue flare, so while spending my days resting in bed I have been enjoying a trip back to the late 1920’s and early 1930’s along the pristine Jutland seaside in Denmark. It has been a wonderful distraction from the modern day woes we are all facing.