Anyone Can Decorate: $1 Flea Market Find - Before & After
Anyone Can Decorate: $1 Flea Market Find - Before & After
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Every Sunday between April and early December, a devoted group of antiques dealers from near and far make their way to New Milford, Connecticut, to sell their wares at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market, one of the largest and most...
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A guide to the Brimfield Antique Show and Flea Market - the largest of its kind in the country - and how to score the best vintage and thrift finds there!
With a can of spray paint, you can give flea market finds a new look, taking them from drab to fab in a day. Come see a worn out magazine rack get a lift.
I don’t know about you, but I never tire of looking at anything related to décor or France! Make that décor in France and I am hooked! So today I want to share with you a few of my favorite French décor magazines that I have found online…and they are all free! It doesn’t matter if you don’t speak French, the pictures say it all! Take for example this wonderful salon from Campagne Décoration! (Click on any of the magazine titles to be taken to the full article and more beautiful photos!) I love that fireplace…and that mirror…and that chair…sigh! Here’s another salon from Campagne Décoration. I love the elegant simplicity…and just look at that fabulous floor…je l’adore! Look closely…do you notice anything about this one from Le Journal des Femmes ? While we are working so hard to find or create authentic looking grain sack pillows complete with lots of French writing…their version is simple…and in English! lol Love the wall of cabinets…and such a pretty color! This tablescape for Réveillon or Christmas Eve dinner made my heart stop! I have studied every inch of it! I love those topiaries in pots on the mantel and I want those chairs! lol You’ll find it in Arts & Décoration. This is a great example of what the French call campagne (country) chic…their version of shabby chic! Look at those fabulous chairs and that cherub medallion on the wall! I found this in e mag Déco. Just click on this link to find a treasure trove of photos of this mas (farmhouse) near Aix in Provence! The plate lover in me is fascinated by this kitchen! I want to get into that hutch and check out their plates!! lol And look…there on the top shelf…some of those lionhead soup bowls I have been wanting! You can see more in Mon Jardin & Ma Maison. This kitchen reminds me of the one in the apartment where we stayed during my retirement trip to Provence! Ahhhh! See more of this lovely Provençal home in Campagne Décoration. And look at those wonderful floors and those fabulous chairs! Hmmm…is my chair addiction showing? This one is also from e mag Déco. I love the paint treatment on the walls…and check out that fabulous console table! You can see more of this home…er…château in e mag Déco. Here’s a simple yet elegant chambre! And check out that mirror! Once again, see more at e mag Déco. Could you curl up in this reading nook on a rainy day…with a cup of thé and a madeleine? Check out this château at Campagne Décoration. In fact, you can often find a virtual tour of a château in these magazines, such as this one that belonged to Madame de Staël…who is often called the first modern woman! It can be found at Art & Décoration. And what trip to France would be complete without doing a little shopping in Paris? This shop and more out of the way places in Paris can be found in Campagne Décoration. Hmmm…I am noting the address of this one! What excuse can I use to get my 10 year old grandson to agree to a stop at this one during our Paris trip this summer? Maybe they sell gargoyles! Thanks for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed a little peek into my favorite French magazines! Please visit these wonderful bloggers and their beautiful blogs to see what they are up to and to find a list of this week’s participants! Kim at Savvy Southern Style for Wow Us Wednesdays Kara at Elements Interiors for Whassup Wednesday Jill at French Cupboard for French Inspiratin on Thursdays Courtney at French Country Cottage for Feathered Nest Friday Debra at Common Ground for Vintage Inspiration Fridays Laurie at Bargain Hunting and Chatting with Laurie for A Few of My Favorite Things Saturday See you next time! A la prochaine!
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Scandinavian style, to me, has always meant strictly Scandinavian furniture design, white walls and minimal accessories — almost textbook. I've always found it to be beautiful and simple, but I had no idea how lovely it could be when mixed with layered, patterned and vintage pieces. When I stumbled upon Sofia's home on Instagram, I learned again that style is what you make it and living outside of a design formula creates more meaning and even more beauty.Shop owner, photographer and stylist Sofia Jansson and musician Kristo Jansson moved from a tiny apartment in the country to a large 1913 home in the city of Katrineholm, Sweden. 'When we found out that I was pregnant with twins and we already had two kids under 3 years, we decided to move to the town both Kristo and I were born in,' Sofia says. 'We had never thought to move back, so everything happened very fast and without planning. I hadn't seen the house before buying it. Kristo was in Katrineholm and took some pictures but I was too pregnant. Even though we had four children under the age of four, we started at once with a big renovation of this house. This is nothing I'd really recommend, it was a real chaos for some years. We have renovated everything except the bathrooms.' While an unexpected move and a giant renovation are a lot to go through, the results are pretty, airy and bright with room for everyone.Over the seven years they've lived there, Sofia and Kristo's home has been styled with incredible objects and furniture. By mixing vintage pieces in a modern way, this Scandinavian home has its own personality that feels genuine and effortless. 'Our home really reflects who lives there,' Sofia says. 'We have collected things we love and I feel that our home is us.' —Lauren
Custom artwork doesn't have to bust your decorating budget. With some crafting supplies and a little imagination, you can create your own expensive-looking DIY wall art in no time! Plus, each of these fabulous art ideas is surprisingly low-cost.
On the hunt for prime vintage, unique decor or a tasty lunch? Use our guide to find the best flea market in NYC.
We challenged one Wisconsin native to three porch makeovers using only flea-market finds. The results? Three styles that suit any porch—and budget.
My list of things to buy at vintage flea markets and ideas to repurpose them.
These simple and do-able yard & garden ideas delight me. They needn't be expensive. Recycle what you have already to save a bundle.
One of my favorite ways to spend a Sunday afternoon is by rummaging through my local flea market for totally unique finds. From the treasures Iâ€ve stumbled upon at flea markets, Iâ€ve been able to upcycle several items into adorable new DIY home additions. Often, all I need is a little inspiration
Vintage assemblage with flea market finds! Sweet doll
Discover the 10 best street markets of Amsterdam! Including a free map with locations of food markets, flower markets, flea markets, everything you need!
Flea markets are filled with curiosities, and I’m not just talking about the stuff for sale. Over the years I’ve witnessed a lot of strange behaviors as people navigate booths looking for bargains. There’s something about flea market culture (cash-based transactions? secondhand goods? informal setting?
Get the behind the scnes look of our episode of Flea Market Flip. Find out details how they film for the show and see all the flip from our episode.
Are you looking for inexpensive one of a kind decor to add to your home or apartment. Flea markets can be a great place to find that one thing that no one else but you will have, without spending a fortune.
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How I took a $10 flea market find and returned it to its original glory! #fleamarketfinds #coscoutilitycart #upcycling #vintage #cosco
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Fun and beautiful garden vignettes using vintage flea market and estate sale finds, without being to junkie.