I used my antique toolbox for this rustic tablescape. Tucking in some white square dishes, feathers, antlers and dried hydrangeas as I went.
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Thursday, October 30, 2014
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Sunday, October 26, 2014
Well, the weird magnet is back. I wasn't even at walmart this time or a home improvement store! Ok I was at ReStore. (The Habitat for Humanity resale shop) Is that place getting weird? Because I told hubby it is now feeling like walmart with tool belts. I only went there to search for door trim and I didn't even have any makeup on...Please believe me when I say I am not bragging, more like complaining. The way my mind works a lot of the time, is when I have my brain focused on doing something....I don't want to get distracted or deterred.
And they were trying to distract me from my goals.
Sunday, October 19, 2014
It's time for part 3 and the final look at the "Fall Stroll" through some of Northwest Indiana's Antique & Junk Shopping. My favorite kind of shopping. I love shopping for rusty and chipped stuff don't you? Hubby is my usual partner in crime as you can see here as he cheekily scours through an antique toolbox to see what it holds...
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Well, I gave some stranger quite a view today....He drove away shaking his head at me. I wonder if he went home and told his wife. OK, the problem is not me dancing and dusting furniture in my living room. I was totally dressed. I even had a bra on. The problem is the 15 foot long row of windows that are in my living room. That's the problem! Plus that new song by Taylor Swift. I blame her too....
Sunday, October 12, 2014
Happy relaxing Sunday! It's time for part 2 of the Antique Fall Stroll and the Table It 23 Link Party. I had no idea I took so many pictures to show you until I started editing them two hours ago! And what you are about to see is still only half of this wonderful Antique Store! This place is called Bid D Bar Antiques and is run by a firecracker named Kat, whom I adore! You can see her facebook page here Bid D Bar Antiques. Her shop is located on her farm located in Demotte Indiana so if you are ever within ear shot stop by and see all the wonderful goodies she has. You want antiques, rusted goodies, shutters, windows? You'l find it here!
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
For this tablescape I wanted to use purple and browns on my dining table. I am still seriously in love with this RH table, so in love in fact that if hubby wouldn't threaten to have me committed....I'd sleep next to it! I pulled out no purple stops with this ladies and gents. I went a lot of purples and brown and loads of rust and texture.
Sunday, October 5, 2014
Hi! It has been such a week around here I cannot even begin to tell you....I did have the chance to do an major shopping trip this weekend around NW Indiana when various small business owners were holding their 4th annual Antique Stroll. I had such fun and saw a lot of rustic goodies that had to come home with me. Of course I took lots of pictures and I am going to share them in 3 parts so ya'll can load this page!
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
I am loving all the non traditional colors people are using for this year don't you? This season is way more then just the colors of the beautiful shrubs and trees we are using blues and greens and purples. Not just the standard burgundy's and oranges. I am seeing people use all the colors of in the color wheel and I don't know about you but I am loving it!
Monday, September 29, 2014
There is something about a kitchen with some color that adds such drama and a look that is never seen before isn't there? Now don't get me wrong, white kitchens can be gorgeous too. But color? Color can really amp it up a bit you have to admit. So when Hometalk approached me about curating a kitchen post, I thought what a great way to try and get some white kitchen lovers converted over to the color side of the spectrum.
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Hello hello! I hope you are winding down your week in a great way! Me? I am sitting on my butt. Yes, on my butt. I have been running around all week trying to do a budget, plan and make decisions on what kind of paver style to use for my backyard.
Due to the ferocious winter we had last year (almost 80" yes inches) of snow has taken it's toll on the sidewalk in the backyard and is now severely sloped the sidewalk down about 7" towards the house.
Which as you can guess is causing water issues inside the house. Which HAS to get taken care of before this winter starts.