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sarah & bendrix
Holiday Decor
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important to get that room as finished as possible. By looking for the big-ticket items at consignment shops and floor sample sales, frequenting vintage stores and estate sales, and combing listings online, we were able to stretch the budget and create a comfortable space that felt lovingly curated and
“color of cabinets” — marytroupe
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It’s not uncommon to find an ultraluxe faucet from a specialty shop for a quarter of the cost. Look online and sign up for estate sale notifications. They're like garage sales times 10. You have to dig and have a little imagination and vision, but you can score some amazing things. Enlist help. Ask
“Sala” — tatiom
Scott Morris Architects
Electric Avenue Residence
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bookcase were made to fit in the narrow room. They are made from welded steel and wood planks. Lambur bought the Z Gallerie Palisades Couch at an estate sale. It’s the “most comfortable couch on earth,” she says. The blanket and pillows are old Pottery Barn pieces.
“Steel coffee table” — mjwand
Rafe Churchill: Traditional Houses
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1929 Farmhouse Renovation
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“I love the idea of twin beds in any child’s room; it’s so great for sleepovers,” Hendricks says. She scored the antique brass beds at an estate sale. Another antique animal painting hangs over a vintage hoof lamp. The hand-loomed coverlet on the left and the blanket on the right are both antiques. Wall
“twins in brass - chic” — howardmyers
Sarah Greenman
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San Antonio, TX: Chris Berry & Paige Blend
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door is original to the house, as are all of the floors. The couple likes to outfit their home with secondhand furniture from antiques stores and estate sales, like the coffee table and side table. But they also keep their eyes open for deals at retail stores. The armchair here is from Cost Plus World
“Leaning shelf” — columba1
Michelle Hinckley
Den / Home office.
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"If I had to put a label on my style, I would say it's modern, vintage and eclectic. "I scour Craigslist at least 4 times a week, I love estate sales and thrift stores. I'm definitely not above hauling things I find curbside for trash pick-up either, to give it new life."
“Yelllllooooiwwww” — ellao
Kimberley Bryan
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A Musician's Vintage Style Brings a Cottage to Life
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electronics,” says Pickerel. “I like its generic, square yet fashionable presence.”The antique chair, made of wood and leather, was discovered at an estate sale. It originally came from the Traveler’s Hotel in Cle Elum, Washington.
“in eves and between 2x4 shelves” — pantonisse
CM Glover
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My Houzz: Eclectic Finds in Maryland
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inspiration for a recently updated screened-in porch began with the blue Thomas Paul sea-life pillows arranged on the iron daybed she picked up at an estate sale. As a Pisces, she says she finds herself drawn to water themes in many of her designs. Coral and octopuses decorate the iron and glass table."I knew
“coffee table” — akj84la
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