I found a cheap Enamel Barn Light Shade at Elkhorn Flea Market and this will be my future kitchen light when I get a house. For now, it sits in the corner, but how adorable will this be over a wood table.
Summer is the time for antique shows. I have been making a point of traveling to as many shows as possible this year. Here are some of my favorites:
One of the reasons I haven’t been spending a lot of time updating my blog is because of my obsession with Pinterest. Here are some of my favorite pins thus far.
Vintage shade outdoors – what a wonderful idea and colorful way to brighten up the patio. Just get a strand of large lightbulb lights and find some adorable shades – simple simple! Another thing to add to the “when a get a house” list.
From Living at Home
Life has gotten a little hectic, but as I was told “Just because you have a new boyfriend, doesn’t mean you can neglect your blog”. Therefore, I have decided to resurrect Pistachioicecream. Expect some fun additions, since I’ve had close to 9 months to brainstorm ideas. 🙂
Ottomans are not the cheapest piece of furniture out there, so why not try out a cheap alternative. Buy a coffee table with unique legs, add a big piece of foam, and pick out amazing fabric to place on top as though you are covering a chair seat. Such a perfect option when you are looking to find the fabric that fits!
I discovered Company C while checking out a store in Door County. They specialize in high-end fabrics, furniture, and rugs. I love the bright colors and patterns. The prices are a little steep, but I definitely want to keep them in mind as I hopefully move out of this little apartment and into a much larger space! Here are my personal favorites.