Thursday, February 17, 2011

Vintage Inspiration

Vintage Inspiration Friday


dreamy chandelier...

urns, statues and industrial boxes...

bottles and relics...


a salvaged vintage crib that I hung the bottom piece

and filled her with willow

her frame is filled with marked down items

and is ready for the 3 Day Sale

{swoon} mixing them all together...

and one lucky gal is taking her home...

leaving you with much more

Vintage Inspiration


Rachel Noelle Pallas said...

Absolutely GORGEOUS Kate!!!;)You have such a talent for making such stunning vignettes~ Hugs,Rachel

French Farmhouse 425


lovely, lovely and lovely.


Sue said...

I LOVE what you did with the area by the garden. I'll be "back at it" tomorrow at Country Roads and can't wait to see it!!

Take care,

Bohemian said...

Kate your vignettes are always so lovely... you have a way with the display!

Dawn... The Bohemian

Unknown said...

As in a sale this weekend???????? which days???? I NEED.TO.COME!

Vintage Market Place said...

I wish I could be there I would snatch up those frames and boxes for sure!!
Your space is just calling my name Kate.
I will see you soon though, tee hee.

blossoms vintage chic said...

Kate, Your Vintage chippy crib looks love with the vignette you created for her! Can't wait to bring my "BEAUTIFUL" girl home...meanwhile she is looking quite stunning with statues, urns, and vintage relics
sitting atop her.
I am a very lucky girl indeed!
Thank you for all the Vintage Inspiration and all the laughs...Mr Dior is too much!!
Love you girly,

It's me said...

I wish i wish .......i could visit your beautiful shop !!! love love

Daphne Nicole & Lynda Cade said...

Hi Kate, your vignette's are absolutely gorgeous... and I just love what you did with the baby crib!!!
hugs~~~ Daphne

Anonymous said...

Hi Kate,
Every time I see something that I want in your blog photos and head over to C.R. to get it, it's always gone! :( Your space is so beautifully done and the items you choose for it are just wonderful!! You have a terrific eye for finding things that others will love, that is a talent I wish I had!
The space looks so beautiful!! I can't wait until the sale this weekend.
Have a great one, and thank you so much for your warm and sweet comments on my blog, it means so much coming from you!!

Burlap Luxe said...

Friday Perfect!!

I'm in total awwwww!!

will visit soon.

Debra@CommonGround said...

Always fabulous! I adore that cat tag, great smile!!!
Thanks for linking up, sweetie.

June said...

Kate this is truly beautiful! I love the plaque and that chandelier***sigh*** You have such a talent for finding the good goods my friend!
sending hugs

Mindy said...

Kate, she is fantastic, as is your space. So well put together. Just like you! Happy Sales! ~Mindy

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