Anyway! I am an estate sale addict and I've decided to start trying to photograph all the new stuff my husband and I find since we are constantly changing our decor. There aren't full photos of some of the rooms, but you can see any photo ever taken of our abode here. Or you can visit our house's website (lol nerdy what?) here.
Oh estate sales...how I love thee! Let me count the ways! Cheap, awesome, true vintage finds. Can't get any better than that. We've been finding lots of gems at some sales, and while I've tried to photograph everything I can think of, I've already noticed some things I forgot to shoot. Honestly, 90% of our decor comes from estate/yard sales and the thrift store. I'm going to try to get better about documenting the details and how we incorporate them into our house...cause I'm constantly changing things.
I was so excited to find this pumpkin pie baking dish because we have a matching pecan pie dish! And these are two of our favorite pies so this is awesome. Now I'm kinda obsessed with finding all of the possible pie dishes. Anthropologie has some similar for sale right now (for a ridiculous price) and although they are super cute, it's neat to find the original and obvious inspiration to their pieces. Especially when they were only $1 a piece!
Ok so we found this yellow flower light at an estate sale for only $7. I knew at that price, I had to have it...even though I had no idea where it would go. Andy suggested to hang it in the kitchen where we actually have a place ready for a light. We couldn't get our track lighting to fit on the other side of the kitchen, so we've always had this capped hole ready for a light fixture. I never really thought I would actually find something to put there. In fact, I forgot about that spot entirely. Andy held it up once we got home and it was perfect! It was like that piece was made to one day hang in our house. Ok maybe not, but it's pretty rad. And fits perfectly. Here are some shots of Andy holding it in place so I could snap some photos to "see" it.
Living Room Lovlies
See those red birds? They used to look like this:
And after a couple coats of red spray paint, they were ready to hang in our living room! A $3 project!
Dining Room Deets