October 02, 2020
Happy October everyone! Fall is officially our favorite season around here. In fact our love for warm color tones, vintage ceramic mugs, cozy candles and anything leaf shaped, means we are pretty much decorating for fall ALL year round. Here are some of our favorite pieces of fall inspired vintage home decor from our online shop.
We've started a small collection of decorative gourds. We love the colors, textures, and designs in these beautiful pieces of native folk art. A few of our gourds, known as "Mates Burilados," are from Peru. We also have one large hand painted gourd by Native American artist, David Snooks from the Washoe Tribe of Nevada & California.
There's nothing cozier on a cool fall evening than a glowing amber fairy lamp. Group a few of them together and it's even better! These dome candle holders create a soft warm glow and the beautiful patterns of light call for long gazes while pondering and dreaming.
We're all about adding a piece of seasonal artwork into our Fall decorating. It's doesn't have to be a permanent addition. You can prop up a festive farmhouse scene in your home office or add still life to your kitchen counter for the season.
I guess it's our love for for nature because we simply can't pass up a leaf shaped tray. We have a couple in our shop at Pomona Antique Mart and this beautiful 1970's monkey pod tray is in our online shop. Whether it's metal or wood, these divided leaf trays are perfect for keeping small trinkets or serving food.
We hope you enjoy these listings! What are your favorite items to use when decorating for fall?
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March 08, 2022
February 28, 2022
It's been a while since I've hosted a giveaway, but in honor of my birthday month, I thought it would be fun! Here are the details:
Dates: March 1st - 13th (The 13th is my birthday!)
Giveaway: Win 1 book of your choice from the group posted here
January 28, 2022
There’s no saying you must have a cohesive design plan throughout your home. There are many beautiful homes that sport a different look in each room. That said, if your goal is to keep your home’s design cohesive, here are three easy ways to ensure a nice visual flow as you move from room to room.