Oh, the dilemmas of yardsale finds! I guess y'all probably figured I'd keep that bedding, right? Well...you're right, I'm keepin' it! I'll take my time and slowly build some things that go with it and when the time is right, that room will get a makeover. It will be fun to see what else I can come up with in black and white from yardsales. I can totally see those black and white Staffordshire-like dogs in there, can't you? AND, what color will the walls be...that's to be determined. Maybe aqua like the inspiration pic, we shall see what hits me.
It was very picturesque and perfect for snapping some photos to share. Lots of rustic things all around and the brick wall was a perfect backdrop.
Columns and shutters looking for a new home.
Along with some pottery pieces yearning to join someone's collection.
I adored this old built by hand table with the vintage green and white harlequin vinyl attached to the top. Isn't this quaint? It would be a perfect potting bench outside, for only $45 a great deal. This brought back memories of two little side tables my dad built from scratch when me and my sister were growing up, that looked a lot like this piece. We didn't have a lot of money, so he took a couple of old laminate pieces that he found for the tops and fashioned us some side tables for our bedroom. Later on my mom added a fabric skirt on them to hide the board games and books. I still remember those tables to this day!
Bird cage and wicker, great combo.
More brick wall
This cozy chippy white dresser was a neat piece too. We didn't buy anything here, but enjoyed looking.
And we stopped by the Smoky Hollow Restaurant for some much needed lunch. I got the veggie plate....fried green tomatoes, cole slaw, green beans....AND
Some homemade onion rings. We girls need our food now, don't you know, energy to keep going?! Hope you enjoyed shopping with me and Judy.