Decor: Antique Finds

I’m back! Gosh, it has been an absolutely crazy and hectic couple of weeks… full work weeks, school performances to attend, friends in and out-of-town, lots of gardening and planting, several weddings and parties for those too… I still have a couple of crazy weeks ahead, but I finally see the light at the end of the tunnel! Summer is almost here and I am SO ready for it!

In all the craziness that has been my life recently, I found an hour to myself and stopped by the local antique store (and for the first time actually had my camera with me!). Going to the antique store has always been therapeutic for me, it’s not about purchasing anything, it’s just looking and reading the tags about where and when the items were made that makes me happy! It’s always interesting to find an item that’s over 100 years old, that still looks amazing! I thought readers would enjoy getting a glimpse at what’s out there and what I have done lately! I’m curious to hear which piece is everyone’s favorite? My personal favorite was the Art Nouveau piece (I lived in Paris for a time and the architecture on my street was very Art Nouveau inspired, so that is what the piece reminds me of).

I hope everyone has been well since my last post and I promise not to go so long till my next one! I hope you have a fabulous Wednesday! Until next time!


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