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Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Allie
Ideabooks482
Questions1
The antique mirror has been with the family for about six years. Jensen found it at an antiques store in McMinnville, Oregon, and stored it in her garage until the home was built — and she found the perfect space for it in this powder room. Chandelier: Cost Plus World Market
Jensen. The antique mirror has been with the family for about six years. Jensen found it at an antiques store in McMinnville, Oregon, and stored it in her garage until the home was built — and she found the perfect space for it in this powder room. chandelier from Cost Plus
sinks, and two summers ago I went to France and loved them even more,” says Jensen. The antique mirror has been with the family for about six years. Jensen found it at an antiques store in McMinnville, Oregon, and stored it in her garage until the home was built — and she found the perfect space for it in
“Shelves” — ellenduncan78
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Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Weekapaug
Ideabooks1,149
Questions4
This particular chair is antique but I've seen both antique and reproductions available on 1stDibs.com. Thanks for asking! Kate
your something new. Don’t buy everything new. Go to an antiques store, or if you can’t afford that, visit garage sales, flea markets or auctions, and pick up a few accessories that don’t look like you bought them off the shelf at the import store. Pieces with history give a room personality and depth
When you are starting out go to an antiques store, or if you can’t afford that, visit garage sales, flea markets or auctions, and pick up a few accessories that don’t look like you bought them off the shelf at the import store.
your something new. Don’t buy everything new. Go to an antiques store, or if you can’t afford that, visit garage sales, flea markets or auctions, and pick up a few accessories that don’t look like you bought them off the shelf at the import store. Pieces with history give a room personality and depth
“Old and new, area rug, armchair, cushions' color, lamp” — livia76
Dreamy Whites
http://dreamywhites.blogspot.com/
Ideabooks2,634
Questions3
Embracing scratches and dents opens up all kinds of budget-friendly shopping venues. Flea markets, antique stores, thrift stores and barn sales are some of my favorite places to shop because what I find there will already be well-used. When I repurpose it for my home
Embracing scratches and dents opens up all kinds of budget-friendly shopping venues. Flea markets, antique stores, thrift stores and barn sales are some of my favorite places to shop because what I find there will already be well-used. When I repurpose it for my home (like using these vintage doors as
“Headboard-DIY new bed? LOVE this!” — Emily Crinklaw-Bunch
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: French Country Meets Southern Farmhouse Style in Georgia
Ideabooks14,311
Questions15
Hi rebecca62, The cabinet was a one of a kind purchase from an antique store called Queen of Hearts located in Alpharetta. Hope this helps! Corynne
Hi! The mirror came from a Home Decorators store - here is the link to the online website http://www.homedecorators.com/. Hope this helps! Corynne
“Hi rebecca62, The cabinet was a one of a kind purchase from an antique store called Queen of Hearts located in Alpharetta. Hope this helps! Corynne” “Hi juliebennet09, Kim Nichols, the homeowner, did a really great job! Kim
Present Milani antique match for entry
perhaps use the antique buffet in the entryway? like the warm colours, the uncluttered/spacious area
treasures for a chic traditional home, and budget finds in any style can be found at wallet-friendly stores like HomeGoods and Target, or online.
“love it all” — roxieks
Parker House Inc.
Tanglewood
Ideabooks3,618
Questions10
This is a antique marble from Chateau Domingue in Houston, a specialty architectural/antique store.
Parker House Inc. This is a antique marble from Chateau Domingue in Houston, a specialty architectural/antique store.
Antique marble walls
antique marble
“Backsplash” — ramonabass
Francis Dzikowski Photography Inc.
1 Review
Park Hill House
Ideabooks4,329
Questions10
I have those identical chairs. I bought them from an antique store, bu
cool chairs again. these are similar to the ones I saw at the antique store near louis office.
like antique piece plus built-ins
Antique Empire secretary
Antiques bought in Manhattan.
“Love the wall to wall built in storage” — surfchk
Orion Design, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Light Grace
Ideabooks2,510
Questions7
There are some beautiful cupboards for sale at antique stores and I could see these being used
storage wall in back entry area; wooden antique storage unit, maybe my armoire or buffet?
cool refrigerator and cabinet at end to store mixer
Antique cabinet in kitchen
antique wood cabinet for fridge?
antique pantry
“A clean, beautiful look” — jrseul
Erica George Dines Photography
Stern Turner Home
Ideabooks30,343
Questions18
Victorian (having been popular between 1870 and 1890), it was a radical departure from the norm, and there is still a lot of it available today in antiques stores at fairly reasonable prices. (And to be honest, I have a soft spot in my heart for it because my grandmother loved it.) Erica George Dines Ph
antiques paired with splash of modern green
What is an antique? An item must be at least 100 years old to be officially called an antique. Vintage goods are younger than that, generally at least 20 years old. Collectibles can be any popular item, no matter the age — some collectibles may be vintage and others antique.
“Bed” — patriamarialugo
Kitchen remodeled in cottage style with idea found on Houzz
This is my kitchen renovation on a budget. These are builder grade cabinets in a house built in the 1960's. I'd already painted them white a long time...
How did you mount the wine rack?
I recently purchased the exact same wine rack from an antique store. I thought about mounting it on the wall just like that, but I have dry wall and the...
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