Saturday I found myself with a few free hours and you know what that means: Thrifting. Bryan accompanied me, being the trooper that he is! I headed to one of my perennial favorites, City Square Thrift.
Right off the bat, I scored this huge set of Fitz & Floyd cabbage hand painted plates.
I also found a perfectly worn cement garden angel! She’s a keeper.
Next stop was my favorite place: Ross At Peak Thrift Store. It’s a revolving door of great finds. Sure, some days I don’t find anything, but other days I have to take two trips to bring everything home! It’s a hodge-podge of a little bit of everything.
Upon arrival, I spied an antique pine table. I nearly jumped out of the moving vehicle! Obviously, that came home with me.
Laziness dictated this design scheme as the table never made it past the entry way.
I had no space on my shelves so I decided to pop the plates up on the wall. Besides, that tapestry had been up on that wall for nearly 4 months, and that’s like seven years in this house.
I tossed in a couple other pieces from around the house (Judy Design Rule #412: when in doubt, add skulls).
I am really happy with this calm space that I’ve created where I can sit down to reflect or do more eBay shopping.