Yesterday I revealed our DIY Wood Beams in the living room and have since received emails about where I purchased a few of my accessories.
So today I thought that I would share a few of those vignettes and the sources plus a few more.
|The vintage porcelain cow is actually a piggy bank. I purchased him last summer while antiquing in Atlanta. One of my favorite finds to date!|
|This vintage lamp is one of my favorite finds from a few years back while antiquing at my mama's. I added a shade from one of my HobbyLobby lamps to it.|
|Speaking of my mama this Mary statue is what my mama bought for me for my birthday when we went shopping at Laurie's back in March. We loved it so much that she even bought one for herself to carry home on the plane. If you like to find one and do not live in the Houston area I have seen her for sale on Antique Farmhouse from time to time. The maker is Creative Co-op and you possibly may even be bale to find her online from other shops as well.|
|This crochet tote hopped in my cart one day last month when I was at HomeGoods.|
|My faux hydrangeas came from HobbyLobby and Michaels. They are the prettiest and the most realistic looking ones I have seen. I waited till they were on sale to scoop them up and purchased them a few at a time.|
|When we installed the wood beams I decided it was a good time to move our couch back to its original place. I always move it over when the Christmas tree comes out.|
|While freshening things up for Spring I changed up the little hallway into our guest bedroom. I hung a pretty vintage gold mirror and moved the Guest Cottage sign over to the door.|
Hope your week is going well. I pray that everyone has made it thru the storms ok and prayers of course being sent up for those in Baltimore.
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