Sunday, December 8, 2013

For the Home

Good morning beauties,

Here are a few of my favorite things for the home.  Some can be thrifted or DIY'd and others are very specific.  

Who can resist a foxy shower curtain?

This tray is designed by Nate Berkus and makes a simple, lovely statement.

This chair design works lovely indoors or outdoors and comes in a variety of colors.  

Cloches are lovely on a mantle, dining room table, coffee table, or bookshelf.  They can be styled for Christmas but how lovely are the spring flowers?  

One of my favorite stores in the area offers salvaged window frames.  They typically run from $10 to $40 and they have a great variety to choose from.

I have these scattered throughout my home and they add the perfect cozy touch to a seat or floor.

This poster comes in a variety of colors and adds a touch of irony to your wall.  It's not very guy-friendly but great for a dressing room or "woman cave" of any sort.

Antlers are in.  Anyone in your family a hunter? If so, score them for free and style them yourself.  You can do a wreath around them for Chrismas. 

Lemon trees add color and scent to any room - a small version for the kitchen counter is a more affordable option as well.

If you find an oar at a second-hand store or yard sale, invest! Makes a shabby-chic curtain rod or decoration on a wall.  Easy to paint as well!

Plates make a great wall decoration.  Thrift them in a color scheme and use plate mounts from a craft store for an unexpected mural. 

Use a small ladder as an interesting side table alternative.  This could easily be thrifted or salvaged from an auction or yard sale.

Cuckoo clocks look fantastic painted and clustered like this, don't they? Don't overlook them if you spot one for a good price.

Industrial stools add the perfect completion to a rustic look.  This design can be found at a number of stores.

What are some of your favorite pieces for the home? We would love to hear from you!

(all photos via pinterest)

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